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Citi CEO Whisperer Nudges Wall Street Into Political Minefields

Big banks used to avoid touchy political issues that could interfere in business. But Citigroup hasn’t shied away, making moves guided by an unlikely figure: Sara Wechter, a former investment banker who for more than a decade has been a behind-the-scenes counselor to a roster of Citigroup’s leaders.

Punching In: ‘Clean Slate’ Laws Spreading Among States, Cities

Proponents of “clean slate” bills aimed at improving employment prospects for people with criminal records are finding traction at the state and local level. Meanwhile, two appeals courts will hear oral arguments at the start of this week on lawsuits related to Covid-19 hazard pay and liability protections.

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The Billable Hour: Why Big Law Just Can't Quit It

The billable hour, for better or worse, dominates Big Law. Here's how that happened. Also, the main arguments for it, criticisms against it, and how some of the alternative fee arrangements stack up.

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