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    How Dechert's Culture Helped Its SF Leader Forge Resilience

    When his 2-month-old daughter was hospitalized with a potentially fatal condition, Dechert partner Jonathan Stott leaned on firm mentors and colleagues for strength. Now, as managing partner of the firm's San Francisco office Stott is on a mission to pay it forward and continue fostering a supportive and resilient office community.

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    Atty Alcohol Misuse: What's Worked, What Hasn't, What's Next

    In the eight years since an ABA report revealed pervasive alcohol misuse among lawyers, the legal industry has sought to address the problem. Here is a look at what’s working, what isn’t, and how legal employers can effectively address law’s problem drinking crisis going forward.

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    Workload, Trauma, Isolation Impacting Judges' Mental Health

    Overwhelming caseloads, the secondary trauma from certain types of cases and a lack of peer support are the biggest stressors judges say they're facing, with many of them experiencing difficulty concentrating, remaining unbiased and treating litigants and lawyers with respect as a result.

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    V&E Appoints Ex-Littler CIO As Tech Leader

    Vinson & Elkins LLP announced on Monday the appointment of a chief technology and data officer with prior experience at Littler Mendelson PC, commercial real estate giant Colliers International and now-defunct Hitachi Consulting.

  • Law360 Reveals Titans Of The Plaintiffs Bar

    In the past year, plaintiffs have won settlements and judgments for millions and billions of dollars from companies such as Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, Facebook and Fox News, with many high-profile cases finally wrapping up after years of fighting. Such cases — involving over-the-top compensation packages, chemical contamination, gender discrimination and data mining — were led by attorneys whose accomplishments earned them recognition as Law360's Titans of the Plaintiffs Bar for 2024.

  • L'Occitane's Claim Zimmerman Reed Weaponized Law Tossed

    A California federal judge has thrown out L'Occitane's allegations that Zimmerman Reed LLP and thousands of clients conspired to "weaponize" a California wiretapping law against the luxury retailer, while chastising both sides' counsel in a footnote for their "overwrought, unjustified and misguided" arguments during litigation.

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    Senators Urge ABA To Look Into Rape Questions On Bar Apps

    Several members of the Senate Judiciary Committee wrote to the American Bar Association on Friday urging it to study how state bar applications require would-be attorneys to disclose sexual violence.

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    Legal Tech Market Could Reach $50B By 2027

    The legal technology market will reach $50 billion in value by 2027, according to estimates published by global research firm Gartner, with generative artificial intelligence identified as a spark to value across the industry.

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    Legal Tech Roundup: Ricoh, Tiger Eye

    The acquisition of a document automation company tops this recent legal technology news roundup.

  • Voir Dire: Law360 Pulse's Weekly Quiz

    This was another action-packed week for the legal industry as BigLaw firms made new hires and expanded their practices. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse's weekly quiz.

  • LegalMation Launches Demand Letter Response AI Service

    LegalMation Inc., a software company serving litigation attorneys and other legal professionals, announced Thursday the launch of a demand letter response solution, with an initial focus on automatically replying to U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission inquiries.

  • LexisNexis Legal & Professional GC To Retire

    LexisNexis Legal & Professional's general counsel Ian McDougall, who has held the position for 14 years, will be retiring in September, the Law360 parent company said Thursday.

  • Real Estate Atty, Insurer Scuttle Hacking Policy Feud In Conn.

    A Connecticut real estate attorney and an insurance company owned by Berkshire Hathaway have moved to end their claims against one another, in a state court dispute over who should be on the hook after the lawyer was accused of transmitting several property payments to hackers.

  • Hedge Fund Goes Public With Gripes About Legal Tech Co.

    Private talks between Engine Capital and the board of directors for Dye & Durham Ltd. have "fizzled out," leading the activist hedge fund to publicly take aim against the legal technology company in a letter to shareholders on Thursday.

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    LegalZoom Legal Chief's Compensation Rose To $4M In 2023

    The general counsel at online legal services provider LegalZoom earned $4 million in 2023, according to proxy documents filed Wednesday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

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    Ex-Marketing VP Joins Legal Tech Co. Consilio's C-Suite

    E-discovery and document review company Consilio LLC announced Tuesday the appointment of its first chief marketing officer, who will be based in Dallas.

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    Latham's AI And Innovation Director On His New Role

    Latham and Watkins LLP recently hired John Scrudato from Gunderson Dettmer Stough Villeneuve Franklin & Hachigian LLP to be its director of artificial intelligence and innovation. Here, Scrudato spoke with Law360 Pulse about what he wants to accomplish in his new job.

  • LSB Urges Regulators To Step Up Support For Legal Tech

    The Legal Services Board has urged industry regulators to help consumers get better access to support by doing more to promote the use of technology and innovation, after it found that many people don't get help when they experience a legal problem.

  • JAMS Implements Rules For AI-Related Disputes

    JAMS announced Tuesday that it has implemented new rules governing disputes involving artificial intelligence, making it the first organization in the alternative dispute resolution industry to establish an AI-tailored legal framework.

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    Approach The Bench: Judge Rosenberg Fosters Young Talent

    Soon after U.S. District Judge Robin Rosenberg of the Southern District of Florida began presiding over her first multidistrict litigation — a case alleging the heartburn medication Zantac caused cancer — she took a novel approach to selecting leadership on the plaintiffs' side.

  • Legal Talent Platform Legal.io Opens NYC Office

    In-house legal talent hiring platform Legal.io is opening an office in New York City to better serve existing and new clients in the area, the Silicon Valley-based company said Tuesday.

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    Where Lawyers Stand On Generative AI Tools

    Lawyers are approaching generative artificial intelligence with caution, despite its promised advantages, and the use of legal AI tools is only slowly catching on, according to a new survey.

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    How Law Firms Can Create Winning Generative AI Policies

    Relatively few firms are encouraging their lawyers to use generative AI, according to a new survey by Law360 Pulse, and many do not seem to have policies about AI use in place.

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    What Lawyers Really Think Of AI

    Most lawyers aren't worried about being replaced by robots, but they are broadly concerned about the accuracy and ethical implications of generative artificial intelligence, a new survey shows.

  • Copenhagen-Based Legal Tech Co. Raises $1M To Fuel Growth

    Juristic, a Copenhagen-based legal technology software provider, announced Monday it has raised $1 million in an investment round to fuel market growth and to expand across Scandinavia and Europe.

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