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A group of some 40 law firms, including Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and White & Case, and a group of large company law departments, are launching a national pro bono initiative to aid victims and help prevent acts of anti-Asian hate.
Darden Restaurants Inc.'s practice of paying workers a tipped minimum wage encourages illegal workplace sexual harassment and results in wage gaps for employees of color, a worker advocacy group claims in a lawsuit against the operator of eateries including The Capital Grille, Olive Garden and Longhorn Steakhouse.
In a year where many firms’ results look like historical anomalies, Kirkland & Ellis’ big year was more in line with its breakaway decade of growth. Here’s how big and profitable the firm will be if it turns in another 11-year financial performance like it just did.
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