A state appellate court in San Francisco on Tuesday questioned whether a former GitHub Inc. attorney is able to show she was paid less than similarly situated coworkers to support her equal pay claims against the internet hosting company.
President Joe Biden called on Andrew Cuomo to resign after the release of a state report finding that the New York governor sexually harassed multiple women, created a “climate of fear” in his office and violated federal and state laws.
The attorneys who negotiated a $5.5 million class settlement with Wilmington Trust NA over its role in an employee stock plan transaction asked a federal judge in Delaware to award them $1.7 million in attorneys’ fees and litigation costs.
On today’s episode on our weekly legal news podcast, On The Merits, we talk about the flaws of the bar exam, and what could and should replace it, with the dean of the Willamette University College of Law, Brian Gallini.
West Realm Shires Services Inc., operator of upstart cryptocurrency exchange FTX.US, announced Tuesday its hire of Sullivan & Cromwell partner Ryne Miller as general counsel, bolstering its C-suite and adding legal expertise as U.S. financial regulators consider new rules for digital assets.
A group of Texas-based lawyers of color have been promoted to top posts at big firms this year, as the Lone Star State sees intense competition and the industry’s diversity shortcomings come under a spotlight.