Baker Botts is delaying the start of its summer associate program and expecting an online curriculum and early job offers for law students as firms wrestle with how to best manage their incoming talent pipeline in wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
RE/MAX LLC lost its bid to pause a lawsuit alleging a nationwide scheme to rig real estate broker commissions, when a Kansas City, Mo., judge ruled Tuesday that discovery could proceed despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
Cahill Gordon & Reindel has announced it will suspend its 2020 summer associate program due to coronavirus safety concerns, as much of Big Law rethinks how to go move forward with this annual staple of new attorney recruitment.
With more attorneys seeking online reviews to build their practices, and also itching to be able to respond to bad ones, some state bars have issued or are considering ethics opinions that give lawyers some leeway—if not much.
Even as the coronavirus upends business, economic, and legislative plans the world over, the EU is pushing ahead with its AI policy proposal, which would make it a global leader in regulating the sector.