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In the wake of recent support-staff reductions at Duane Morris, K&L Gates and other large firms, consultants and recruiters said more of these types of cuts are expected as firms seek to increase pro
...18th annual Managing Partners Survey. As Zack Needles writes, revenue, profit and headcount may be growing, but staff cuts are...
Halmon L. Banks III, who had been a partner at the workers' compensation firm formerly known as Martin Banks until his acrimonious departure last month, has opened Banks Law, his own three-lawyer fir
Halmon L. Banks III, a partner at the workers' compensation boutique formerly known as Martin Banks, has filed a suit claiming the other partners at the firm have taken steps to drive him out of the
The state Superior Court will begin posting all unpublished memorandum decisions on its website in the "very near future," according to President Judge Correale F. Stevens
...Herbert Bass, Marc E. Needles and David B...of technologies, including computer software, database access and remote access technology...
...it appear Oracle had done nothing wrong. Oracle, a worldwide leader in database software, claimed that matters inadvertently went awry, in part, because it didn...
The summer is now drawing to an end, and the thrill of college hoops and March Madness are long gone
On this page last week, we at The Legal shared the first half of our Summer Reading List with you. We hope you'll enjoy the second installment just as much - these are the book picks from our reporte
In the wake of the state Supreme Court's elimination of eight magisterial district judgeships in seven counties in February, with the possibility of a nearly 10 percent reduction in 544 MDJ posts acr
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