In DLT-based payments, Linklaters advises Commerzbank on pilot project for machine-to-machine payments.
Norton Rose Fulbright has expanded its renewable energy capabilities in Texas with the addition of McGuireWoods duo.
Five beta law firms and over ninety third-party application vendors go live with single platform for legal technology after twelve months of development.
After a couple of London office moves by international firms, Hogan Lovells opts to move its office on other side of the Atlantic.
Tackling repetitive and low-value work, WSGR stated as first Am Law 100 firm to fully automate signing and closing process for entire practice area.
Findings, including 1 in 10 retail workers experiencing “inappropriate sexual touching” in current job, “confirm the suspicions of anyone working in employment law.”
Whether it’s Spain or the US, transferring between in-house and private practice is in vogue this week, and so are in-house team promotions.
According to the WSJ, some public companies are telling investors about how gun violence could affect their financial performance.
Spending by companies on IP litigation is on the rise with larger and more complex matters, MoFo survey finds.
A quartet of Latina counsel make the cut as general counsel praises his deputy general counsel as she heads up the lawyers on the cross-industry list.