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Law.com Trendspotter: In the Law Firm Associate Pay War, the Only Thing That Can't Be Bought Is Loyalty

‘Tis the season (one of them anyway) in which law firms are shelling out major money in the hopes of attracting and retaining top associates. But it’s becoming clear that no amount of money or even contractual obligations can guarantee a firm’s ability to lock in sought-after young talent for any significant length of time. […]

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Judge Sanctions 3M's Attorneys in Earplug Trial for 'Willful Disregard' of Court Orders

U.S. District Judge M. Casey Rodgers imposed a $10,000 sanction on one attorney and $2,000 sanction against another defense lawyer. “Today these proceedings and the integrity of the court were degraded, they were disrespected by the willful violation of my orders by 3M’s counsel,” the judge said June 18, hours before a jury issued a […]

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It's Official: New Jersey Federal Courts Will Require Disclosure of Litigation Funding Arrangements

“Our rule strikes the balance that was needed between those who were concerned that it would open up the floodgates of disclosure, and those who felt we needed to provide certain basic information,” said Steven Richman, who helped formulate the new rule.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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