After Kushner Mangles Stockpile Law At Corona Presser, HHS Mangles Stockpile Website
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After Kushner Mangles Stockpile Law At Corona Presser, HHS Mangles Stockpile Website

(NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images) “The notion of the federal stockpile was, it’s supposed to be our stockpile,” the nation’s First Son-in-Law lectured America’s governors from the White House podium…

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Associates Take A 20 Percent Pay Cut And Some Staff Gets Furloughed At This Am Law 100 Firm
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Associates Take A 20 Percent Pay Cut And Some Staff Gets Furloughed At This Am Law 100 Firm

Are you ready for the next bit of COVID austerity news? Yes, these stories are coming fast and furious, but in the rapidly changing environment that’s necessary to…

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Law Firm Conducts Firmwide Layoffs, Furloughs Citing Coronavirus Concerns
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Law Firm Conducts Firmwide Layoffs, Furloughs Citing Coronavirus Concerns

(Image via Getty) The concerning financial consequences of the coronavirus pandemic have resulted in layoffs, furloughs, and salary adjustments across all avenues of employment, but when it comes…

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Citron Research Bought A Lemon
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Citron Research Bought A Lemon

Carson Block and Andrew Left are in many respects cut from the same cloth: Hard-nosed short-sellers ready and eager to turn rumor and innuendo into detailed research that…

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When Is Trump Ordering A National Quarantine? Probably Never.
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When Is Trump Ordering A National Quarantine? Probably Never.

Topics Constitutional Law, Coronavirus, Courts, COVID-19, Donald Trump, Supreme Court, Trivia Question of the Day

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With So Many Firms Making Us Cry, At Least We Have Jones Day To Make Us Laugh — See Also
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With So Many Firms Making Us Cry, At Least We Have Jones Day To Make Us Laugh — See Also

Maybe The Partnership Should Stop Eating Avocado Toast: Furloughs, layoffs, and salary cuts continue at Blank Rome, Clark Hill, Downey Brand, Bremer, Venable, and Nixon Peabody. It’s PIT-PAT!:…

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Just In Case We Never Have A Bar Exam Again
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Just In Case We Never Have A Bar Exam Again

With folks pushing to move to diploma-privileged licensure, it got us thinking about how long the bar exam has been around. When was the first American bar exam…

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More Biglaw Firms To Cut Partner Draws Before Resorting To Layoffs, Furloughs
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More Biglaw Firms To Cut Partner Draws Before Resorting To Layoffs, Furloughs

(Image via Getty) A typical reduction is in the range of 30 percent. I will be surprised if at least 80 percent of the top 200 firms in…

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COVID-19 Tech Stipends All The Rage In Biglaw
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COVID-19 Tech Stipends All The Rage In Biglaw

What’s your firm doing during the COVID-19 crisis? We’ve reported (extensively) on all the bad ish that’s happening (all the layoffs, furloughs, and salary cuts we know about),…

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Masa Son Invites WeWork To Sue The Only Thing Keeping It Alive
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Masa Son Invites WeWork To Sue The Only Thing Keeping It Alive

Two weeks after acknowledging it might choose not to do an extremely stupid thing, SoftBank has made it official: It will not throw another $3 billion in good…

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