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Judge Dismisses Majority of Claims Against Yale Law, Gerken and Others

“Yale is gratified that the court dismissed so many of the plaintiff’s claims,” Karen Peart, interim vice president for communications at Yale Law, said in an email to Law.com Friday. “The single remaining claim is legally and factually baseless, and Yale will offer a vigorous defense.”         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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Law Firm Recruiter: I Was Wrong About Remote Work

In this episode, Major Lindsey & Africa law firm recruiter Richard Hsu explains that he initially overestimated the importance of office work, failing to consider that large law firms have been working “remotely” for years—even before the pandemic.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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Court Lays Out How to Effectively Screen Defense Lawyers-Turned-Prosecutors From Former Clients' New Cases

“Apart from determining that a mere proffer [that screening or Chinese Wall inside the prosecutor’s office existed] was insufficient and suggesting that affidavits about a screening procedure may be relevant evidence, we have never affirmatively identified the various factors a court should consider in determining whether a former defense attorney was ‘effectively screened’ from a […]

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