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Alabama Wants Coronavirus Shutdown of Abortion Providers Revived

An Alabama emergency order that’s been interpreted to require abortion providers to temporarily cease business is a good faith attempt to protect scarce medical resources during the new coronavirus pandemic and should be allowed to take effect, Alabama told a federal district court.

Seyfarth Shaw Seeks Exit as U.S. Soccer Nixes Biology Defense

The U.S. Soccer Federation has clarified that it no longer will argue in the class pay discrimination suit by its women’s team players that the women don’t perform work requiring “equal skill, effort and responsibility” to men’s team players, California court records show.

Survey Says Law Firms Need Not Fret About the Millennials

The oldest members of the Millennial generation have moved into partnerships at major law firms, and it turns out they share most of the attitudes and habits of those they’re replacing, according to a new study by the National Association for Law Placement, which tracks data on the legal profession.

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Coronavirus Is Changing the Way Lawyers Work

Lawyers from New York City to Seattle tell us how the coronavirus is impacting their work and how they are responding.

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SCOTUS Virus Update: The Show Must Go On

SCOTUS Virus Update: Arguments on Hold, Livestreaming Next?