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Cooley’s offer to pay incoming first-year corporate associates $100,000 to defer start dates for a year presents an interesting quandary for them—take the money, or work in a different practice group come January.
Legal Right to Safe Climate Goes on Trial in Montana Youth Case
A landmark climate trial that will reverberate in states and litigation across the US is set to begin Monday, when more than a dozen young people face off with the state of Montana at Lewis and Clark County District Court.
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Union Busting: What Employers Can and Cannot Legally Do
High profile unionization efforts at companies like Amazon and Starbucks have drawn renewed interest in labor laws. In this video, we look at what’s legal and what isn't when a company's employees want to unionize.
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Kagan Takes Small But Real Step Toward High Court Transparency
Former deputy solicitor general of the US Philip Allen Lacovara says that Justice Elena Kagan made a small concession toward greater disclosure by providing the reason she recused from a case in the court’s weekly orders list. If other justices follow her lead, incremental changes like this could start to rebuild trust in the court, Lacovara writes.
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