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Demand for legal services drops for second straight quarter
Th data was compiled by the Peer Monitor Index, which measures change in the factors affecting law firm profitability, including billing rates, demand, productivity and expenses.
U.S. legal sector gained 600 jobs in October
The additional legal positions contributed to an overall increase of 171,000 jobs last month.
Microsoft vs Google trial raises concerns over courtroom secrecy
Google made what has become a common request for a tech company fighting for billions of dollars: a public court proceeding conducted largely in secret.
Redacted Microsoft's rule 702 motion
FTC staff recommends Google be sued over patents - report
The report says Google should be sued for violating U.S. antitrust law because it asked courts to stop sales of some products which infringe on its essential patents.
CAREER TRACKER: Lawyers on the move -- Nov. 1, 2012
Akin Gump adds three to its energy practice in D.C.; Covington & Burling opens Seoul office.
Barclays traders plotted to rig power market
A series of emails and instant messages is at the heart of federal energy regulators' effort to impose record fines over a complex plan to manipulate California markets.
Rosetta Stone and Google settle trademark lawsuit
The language-software maker has agreed to drop its lawsuit in which it had accused Google of selling its trademarks to third-party advertisers for use as search keywords.
California judge rules large Arizona campaign donation can be audited
The $11 million donation is one of the single, largest contributions in the 2012 election season in California.
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe taps new chairman
The San Francisco law firm selected Silicon Valley partner Mitchell Zuklie to succeed the firm's longtime chairman, Ralph Baxter.
CAREER TRACKER: Lawyers on the move -- Oct. 29, 2012
Doreen Davis has left Morgan Lewis to join Jones Day in New York; Katten Muchin hires David Dickstein as partner.
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