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    Accounting / Accountants, Biglaw

    Stats Of The Week: Accountants At The Gates Of Biglaw?

    Global accounting firms are increasingly looking to enter the legal services market.

    3 Comments / / Mar 27, 2015 at 2:41 PM
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    Non-Sequiturs: 07.22.13

    * Sorry, ladies — the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a baby boy. Unlikely to be named “Joffrey.” [Today]

    * The PAC-12 is trying to block a for-profit university from joining Division I athletics. Hear hear. Division I athletics is for making millions exploiting an unpaid labor force and is no place for something as crass as a for-profit school. [Sports Illustrated]

    * Professor Kyle Graham wonders: Do judges have slumps? [noncuratlex]

    * If you’re fed up with the law, consider being a trophy wife! [The Careerist]

    * For those high school graduates who already know they want to be lawyers, Denver Law has a joint Bachelor’s/J.D. program. So what’s the angle here? Locking undergrads into DU Law years in advance, or protecting DU’s LSAT median by filling the class with students who don’t take the LSAT? [University of Denver Law School]

    * Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum of Dubai has pardoned a Norwegian woman who had been sentenced to prison for the transgression of being raped. Remember, Dubai is the relatively forward-thinking country in the region. [CNN]

    * Justice Kagan can get a little snarky, can’t she? [Dorf on Law]

    * Trevor Faure of Ernst & Young explains how a variety of market forces have placed law firms and their clients in an almost adversarial setting. Video after the jump…. [Bloomberg Law via YouTube]

    5 Comments / / Jul 22, 2013 at 5:19 PM
  • Contracts, Document Review, Litigators, Plaintiffs Firms, Technology, Trials

    Prominent Plaintiffs’ Attorneys Ordered to Pay Up After Losing Breach of Contract Trial

    Last week, more than a dozen high-profile mass torts attorneys lost a San Francisco jury trial against a small technology company. The jury decided the attorneys had illegally breached a document review contract during the high-profile Chinese drywall class-action litigation. Tempers are still running hot, and we’ve got more from both sides of the dispute….

    28 Comments / / Sep 26, 2011 at 1:30 PM
  • Admin, Advertising, Announcements, Shameless Plugs, Technology, This Is an Ad

    The Legal Technology Leadership Summit: You’re Cordially Invited

    Preparations continue for the Legal Technology Leadership Summit, presented by Above the Law in partnership with the Electronic Discovery Institute (EDI) and the American Society of Digital Forensics and eDiscovery (ASDFED). We are pleased to announce three new sponsors: Recommind Guidance Software Ernst & Young And two new speakers, who will be joining us at […]

    / Jun 8, 2011 at 5:10 PM
  • Morning Docket

    Morning Docket: 12.21.10

    * The fight for the future begins: the FCC is going to deal with net neutrality today. Are we going to end up with a red pill versus blue pill scenario? [Media Decoder / New York Times] * Super-agent Jim Wiatt, former head of the William Morris talent agency, is suing Winston & Strawn and […]

    8 Comments / / Dec 21, 2010 at 9:04 AM