Weekly Briefs: Go-between sentenced in law prof’s murder; $4.25B opioid settlement announced


Mistrial declared in estate-planning malpractice suit against Nelson Mullins after jurors can’t agree


Weil takes a different tack by funding ‘Zero L’ public service


Stroock is in a ‘precarious position’ after loss of bankruptcy group; is a merger needed?


Law firms hire experts from other disciplines to advise clients on risk and compliance


Exhibit A: Top trial presentation tools


Panel attorneys who represent children, indigent adults in New York courts flee low pay


Former paralegal in federal prosecution office is convicted for outing witnesses


A teenager is mistakenly impressed by her lawyer dad


Judge awards nearly $289K as sanction for conduct of BigLaw firm and its former partner


Law firms ‘flush with cash’ are hiring larger lateral groups


Weekly Briefs: Kirkland tops $6B in revenue; another Pop-Tarts suit is tossed


Weekly Briefs: BigLaw firm settles ‘mommy track’ suit; ban on scraped court data challenged


Conduct depositions remotely with these virtual technologies


Modern legal operations are at the intersection of law, business and technology


Alleged phony lawyer practiced law at New York law firm


Weekly Briefs: Summer associates see higher offer rates; judge won’t dissolve NRA


Starting over is ‘invigorating’ for former BigLaw co-chair convicted in college admissions scandal


Davis Polk finally announces its associate pay scale; ‘this is not a Milbank match’


Weekly Briefs: Walter Dellinger dies at 80; lawyer’s ‘succubustic’ comment deemed protected speech


Ex-associate indicted for allegedly faking legal documents in court cases