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  • The Law Firm Disrupted: Contingency as Currency?
    Contingency cases with significant upside for law firms could become a bargaining chip for those trying to break law firms of the billable hour. Plus, what's on the minds of litigation funders?
          
  • Companies Have Paid Over $106B in State Attorney General Joint Lawsuits Since 2000
    The report, "Bipartisan Corporate Crime Fighting by the States," by the D.C. nonprofit group Good Jobs First is a compilation of multistage lawsuits filed by attorneys general of the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
         
  • Judge Blocks New California Law That Would Require Trump to Reveal Tax Returns
    The tentative ruling followed a two-hour hearing over a request by President Donald Trump's campaign and Republicans at the state and federal level for a preliminary injunction.
            Another Law Firm Abandons Mandatory Arbitration as Pressure Continues
    The move by Selendy & Gay follows a national trend of law firms dropping mandatory arbitration clauses for lawyers and other employees. But there are still plenty of holdouts.
           
  • Higher Law: Vaping Vexation | Quinn Emanuel's Cannabis Practice | Wilmer Cutler's Big Deal Assist | Big Political Dollars from the Cannabis Industry
    Seth Morris of Duane Morris talks with Higher Law -- welcome! -- about some observations about vaping and liability. Plus: check out our new podcast with a Quinn Emanuel partner about cannabis cases. And scroll down for Who Got the Work. Thanks for reading!
        
  • Wolf v Birmingham

    Laurence Wolf v. City of Birmingham - Case No. 14-141608-CZ

     

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