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Global ESG Accounting Rules Stumble on Organizational Challenges

In theory, 2022 will be a year for the International Accounting Standards Board to set its strategy and priorities for the next five years. In reality, though, one issue will dominate its agenda: the scramble to set binding rules for companies’ sustainability reporting.

Big Law Associate Fights ALS From ‘Death Sentence’ to ‘Dream’

After being diagnosed with ALS at 37, Skadden associate Brian Wallach set an ambitious goal to raise $100 million. He blew past that figure when President Joe Biden signed a law putting up to $500 million towards researching a cure for the terminal disease. Wallach and his wife were key advocates for the bill, and now he wants Big Law to help ALS patients with pro bono legal work.

IRS Selfie Technology Asks if You’re Ready for Your Close-Up

The IRS’ latest efforts to combat ID theft are causing controversy: Selfies. Here’s what you need to know about verifying your identity, including what services you can access—and those you can’t—if you don’t want to snap a photo on your smartphone.

Stephen Breyer, The Supreme Court's King of Legal Hypotheticals

Justice Stephen Breyer's most surreal hypotheticals, during his nearly three decades on the bench, brought to life through animation.

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