Welcome to our 12th annual Lawyers on the Fast Track supplement! We take this opportunity each year to shine a light on the next generation of Pennsylvania attorneys, those who are already making an
Social media provide a wealth of information about job applicants. LinkedIn has 225 million registered users, of whom the fastest growing demographic is students and recent grads, by LinkedIn's count
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...in the city. DLA Piper and national labor and employment boutique Littler Mendelson are the only other firms with a presence in both Minneapolis...
Phones were ringing across the country with former law school classmates wondering if their friends' new associate positions at white-shoe firms were in jeopardy, too
With mobile devices common in the workplace, employees' personal social media and email content may invariably find its way onto devices and into the hands of employers, who must carefully consider t
Originally Published: Law Technology News
Philadelphia's largest law firms may compete over the same business, but they share the same problems and concerns too when it comes to managing their own affairs
After leasing space in Houston last month and working the lateral market, Reed Smith has announced it will officially open its first Texas office with 17 attorneys from seven different firms in the r
Pittsburgh-based K&L Gates has opened an office in Houston with the addition of corporate partner Charles L. Strauss. It's the firm's fourth Texas office
As social media inundates our daily lives, discovery requests seeking social media ESI grow increasingly common in civil litigation. However, because the technology is still relatively new, parties a
Duane Morris has opened a new office in Palo Alto, Calif., making for the firm's fifth office in the state. The new location will focus, at the start, on intellectual property litigation. To that end
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