'Law.com' Category Archives



'You All Are Useless Government Bureaucrats': Prosecutors Are Whispering About This Judge

“He repeatedly indicated that government attorneys, especially those from Washington, are lazy, useless, unintelligent, or arrogant,” the Fifth Circuit said of the district judge in a recent opinion. “At times, these same sorts of comments were directed at the particular government attorneys appearing before him. What’s more, he compared the government with ISIS, referring to […]

Read More...

Published on     Posted In: Law.com

How I Made Firm President & CEO: 'I Learned Early On That If I Was Going to Succeed, I Would Need the Right Combination of Focus, Confidence, and Help From Others to Make It Happen,' Says Dean Cannon of GrayRobinson

“Be a ‘doer,’ earn people’s trust, and step outside your comfort zone. Go to the after-work event even if you don’t feel like it. Take the meeting your boss or colleague suggests. Become a member of a local organization that inspires or motivates you.”         Click Here To Read The Full Article

Read More...

Published on     Posted In: Law.com

How to Create a Culture In a Law Firm That Supports 'The Hustle'

Whether they practice at global firms consisting of thousands of lawyers or decide to hang a shingle and put their name on the door, lawyers chose a path requiring continuous, never-ending hustle. Not only do they need to master the practice of law, they need to master the art of driving revenue.         Click Here […]

Read More...

Published on     Posted In: Law.com

Fourth Circuit Stays Away from Reviewing Arbitration Award

Parties to arbitration agreements can, to a degree, control the amount of judicial review. A recent decision shows the various levels of judicial involvement to which parties can agree, and highlights the need for precision in arbitration agreements.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

Read More...

Published on     Posted In: Law.com

Ahead of the Curve: One Law School To Rule Them All?

This week’s Ahead of the Curve breaks down the University of Virginia School of Law’s impressive hiring cycle, which has brought in nine new faculty members, including plenty of laterals with sterling resumes.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

Read More...

Published on     Posted In: Law.com