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  • Diverse Set of Lawyers Wants to Lead Juul Lawsuits. For Some, It's Personal
    About half the 22 lawyers proposed to lead the lawsuits are women. One of them, Ellen Relkin, said that her daughter, who is a teacher, told her "there was a kid literally charging his Juul in the classroom."
  • Lawyers' Identity Allegedly Stolen by Former Texas Bar Temp
    Jennifer Carolina Lebo of Elgin, a temporary State Bar of Texas worker from February to April, was charged with fraudulent use or possession of identifying information after investigators found she took personal identifying information of 12 attorneys.
  • 5 Tips for Working With Men and More Career Insight from Women Lawyers
    We asked five panelists at ALM's Women, Influence and Power in Law conference an array of questions including how they promote themselves and what concerns them about the opportunities for women in the profession.
           Remembering Finnegan's Don Dunner
    Wednesday brought the sad news of the passing of Finnegan Henderson partner Don Dunner, the man who wrote the book on Federal Circuit practice.
  • Justices Will Hear Major Challenge to Independence of Obama-Era Consumer Bureau
    A team from Paul Weiss, led by appellate veteran Kannon Shanmugam, convinced the justices to hear a constitutional challenge to the single-director power scheme at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.