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Two companies in the telehealth space, Spring Care Inc. and Everly Health Inc., have shuffled law department leaders as investors make bets on the industry and Congress hears calls to loosen regulations.
As politics and business continue to mix ever more closely, Jenner & Block’s leaders told Bloomberg Law in an interview that the firm’s “values” will help it win over new lawyers and clients—rather than scaring them away.
Crowell & Moring is growing its recently created state attorneys general practice with new partner Toni Michelle Jackson, a former deputy attorney general of the public interest for the District of Columbia.
The XFL’s quick demise showed how the coronavirus pandemic wreaked havoc on professional and amateur sports. Lawyers who lost jobs and were determined to stay in their sports specialties were able to do so—though not always easily.
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