The Biden administration must be prepared to act quickly on judicial appointments, says former Sen. Russ Feingold (D-Wis.), who now heads the liberal American Constitution Society that has submitted its recommendations for nominees to the president-elect’s team.
Fenwick & West is one of several Big Law firms to bring on their newest batch of associates this fall, instead of waiting until early next year. But with most offices still shuttered, there’s nothing conventional about starting work as a Big Law “first-year” in 2020.
The imposition of tough state and municipal business restrictions and work-from-home orders prompted by the resurgent coronavirus pandemic will keep employers on their toes navigating legal concerns through the holidays.
The cornucopia of pumpkin-themed products crowding grocery shelves this holiday season—coffees, pies, liquors and even dog food—comes with a surging premium, economist say. But that’s not discouraging consumers.
The publisher of conservative online magazine The Federalist unlawfully threatened workers when he said via Twitter that he’d send them “back to the salt mine” if they attempted to form a union, the National Labor Relations Board held.
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