Despite all the uncertainty of last year, attorneys believe their law firms are equipped to roll with the punches through the rest of 2021. The Law Firm Benchmarks Survey found that 82% of law firm lawyers are confident that their firm can achieve its financial goals this year.
The ongoing debate surrounding religious exemptions to LGBT anti-discrimination laws remains unsettled for workplaces, after the U.S. Supreme Court’s narrow ruling in a same-sex foster parents case sidestepped the clash percolating in courts and Congress.
Home services companies Alfred Club Inc., TaskRabbit Inc., and Shef Inc. have appointed in-house legal chiefs as the Biden administration considers labor rules that could change how the gig economy operates.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s newest justice is showing signs that she’s more aligned with John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh in the center than she is with her other conservative colleagues, refusing to support broad rulings that could shake the court’s credibility.