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    Menendez Bribery Trial: 5 Things To Know About Week 1

    Explosive opening statements, closed-door jury questioning and an FBI agent's recount of the moment he found a treasure trove of gold bars and cash highlighted the first week of trial in the government's second corruption case against U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez.

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    Lewis Brisbois Taps Attys To Help Lead Asbestos Litigation

    Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP named two new vice chairs of its asbestos litigation practice group this week, looking to experienced litigators from its Philadelphia and Atlanta offices to fill the roles.

  • Hinshaw Bolsters Healthcare Team In NY With New Partner

    Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP has added a healthcare-focused partner from New York healthcare and business firm Weiss Zarett Brofman Sonnenklar & Levy PC.

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    Gen Z Women Are Shunning BigLaw Partnership. Here's Why.

    A recent survey of Generation Z lawyers at large law firms found that significantly more men than women say their ultimate career goal is to make partner, while far more women than men say their goal is to transition in-house.

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    A Formerly Incarcerated Single Mom's Path To Fordham Law

    Afrika Owes is sharing her journey to become an attorney amid grief and the challenges of life as a formerly incarcerated single mom. She is slated to speak at her graduation ceremony Monday at the Fordham University School of Law.

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    Law360's Legal Lions Of The Week

    Haynes and Boone LLP and Lubin & Enoch PC lead this week's edition of Law360's Legal Lions, after the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously determined that federal courts do not have discretion to toss a case once it's decided that the claims belong in arbitration.

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    Stevens & Lee Adds Cannabis Co-Chair From Pashman Stein

    Stevens & Lee PC has hired a new co-chair for its cannabis law team from New Jersey-based Pashman Stein Walder Hayden PC, explaining that it opted for an expert in the growing field who brings a diverse practice background that also includes experience with white collar defense and complex commercial litigation.

  • Harter Secrest Adds IP Vet From Woods Oviatt In NY

    New York firm Harter Secrest & Emery LLP announced that an experienced intellectual property attorney with a PhD in chemistry joined the firm's Rochester, New York, office from Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP as of counsel.

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    Amid Milestone Args, NY Appellate Pro Talks Lessons Learned

    As he reaches his 100th appellate oral arguments, Law360 Pulse caught up with Harris Beach PLLC appellate leader Brian Ginsberg to discuss his advice for law students and young lawyers considering an appellate practice.

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    Miles & Stockbridge Expands Into NY With Atty From Venable

    Mid-Atlantic firm Miles & Stockbridge PC has expanded into New York with the addition of a Manhattan office and a veteran transactional finance lawyer from Venable LLP.

  • Trump's Potential Witness Could Be Defense 'Dynamite'

    As Donald Trump's hush money trial in Manhattan nears its end, experts say criminal defense attorney Robert Costello, who once advised the former president's ex-fixer and key prosecution witness Michael Cohen, has surfaced as a potentially bombshell witness for the defense.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    The middle of May marked another action-packed week for the legal industry as former President Donald Trump's hush money trial continued and BigLaw firms expanded their reach in the U.S. and abroad. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse's weekly quiz.

  • 'That Is A Lie!' Trump Atty Assails Cohen In Fraud Trial Cross

    Donald Trump's lawyer lashed out at central prosecution witness Michael Cohen on Thursday during a second day of cross-examination in New York state's criminal fraud case, attacking his credibility and key testimony linking Trump to crimes.

  • Giuliani, Poll Workers Near Deal To End Bankruptcy Lawsuit

    Two Georgia poll workers who won a $148 million judgment in a defamation suit against Rudy Giuliani told a New York bankruptcy judge Thursday they were close to an agreement with the former Donald Trump lawyer to end an adversary case aimed at stopping him from repeating alleged lies that the pair committed ballot fraud.

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    Lowenstein Sandler Pro Bono Head Leaves Legacy Of Service

    As she winds down her tenure leading Lowenstein Sandler LLP's Center for Public Interest this month, Catherine Weiss is leaving behind a legacy as a fierce public advocate for immigrants and reproductive rights at a time when public interest law as a whole faces new challenges.

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    Deepfake Rule Proposals Navigate 'Perfect Evidentiary Storm'

    As federal judiciary officials explore how to handle evidence faked by artificial intelligence, attorneys are divided over the need to change evidence rules, with some worried that current rules are not up to the challenges posed by deepfakes, and others fearful that altering them might do more harm than good.

  • Roche Freedman Gets Split Ruling On Witnesses In Atty's Suit

    A New York federal judge has issued a split decision on witness testimony in a dispute over the litigation boutique formerly called Roche Freedman.

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    Windels Marx Accused Of Double-Dealing In NYC Taxi Deal

    Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf LLP was sued in Minnesota federal court Thursday over claims that, while representing both the buyer and the seller in a transaction of New York City taxi medallions, it repeatedly lied to the seller and helped the buyer evade paying $390,000 it owed.

  • Coverage Recap: Day 14 Of Trump's NY Hush Money Trial

    Law360 reporters are providing live updates from the Manhattan criminal courthouse as Donald Trump goes on trial for allegedly falsifying business records related to hush money payments ahead of the 2016 election. Here's a recap from Thursday, day 14 of the trial.

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    Nelson Mullins Adds 6 London Fischer Attys, Plans LA Office

    Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP announced Thursday it has brought on six litigators from London Fischer LLP on both coasts, with four of them set to join a new downtown Los Angeles office and the other two coming aboard in New York.

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    NYS Conservation Dept. Regional Leader Joins Harris Beach

    Harris Beach has brought a former Capital Region director for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation into its commercial real estate practice, saying Thursday that he will tap his environmental knowledge to serve entities like commercial developers, institutional lenders, corporations, partnerships and nonprofits.

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    Ex-Wegmans GC Helps Form New Harter Secrest Group

    Former top lawyers at supermarket chain Wegmans and workforce solutions company Aleron Group are helping launch a general counsel services practice at Harter Secrest & Emery LLP on Thursday, the New York law firm said.

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    Longtime K&L Gates Commercial Litigator Moves To Venable

    Venable LLP's newest commercial litigation partner Brian Koosed has built his career around advocating for others, but learning the art of argument began before he decided to go to law school, he told Law360 Pulse in an interview Thursday.

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    From 'Deadhead' To Womble Bond's Next Chair And CEO-Elect

    Merrick Benn, a global finance partner at Womble Bond Dickinson and a member of the firm's global board, is preparing to take over as U.S. chair and CEO. Here, Benn talks to Law360 Pulse about his goals for the new position and how the Grateful Dead influenced his career trajectory.

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    Norton Rose Taps Texas Atty As Co-Head Of Regulatory Group

    Norton Rose Fulbright has selected the former leader of its Austin, Texas, shop to fill the role of co-head of the firm's U.S. regulation, investigations, securities and compliance practice.

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Expert Analysis

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    Judges On Race: The Path To A More Diverse Bench Author Photo

    To close the diversity gap between the judiciary and the litigants that regularly appear in criminal courts, institutions including police departments, prosecutor offices and defense law firms must be committed to advancing Black and Latino men, says New York Supreme Court Justice Erika Edwards.

  • The Unique Challenges Of Protecting A Law Firm Brand Author Photo

    Recent law firm trademark disputes highlight how the tension between legal ethics rules and trademark law can make it difficult for firms to select brands that are distinctive and entitled to protection, say Kimberly Maynard and Tyler Maulsby at Frankfurt Kurnit.

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