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Amazon Sued For Contract Language

California’s attorney general has sued Amazon. The complaint cites contractual language the company uses with third-party sellers that commits them to “price parity.” In […]

ADA “Shakedown” Lawsuit Dismissed In CA

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A lawsuit filed earlier this year by the district attorneys of Los Angeles and San Francisco accused a San Diego law firm of making […]

Report Highlights New Roles For General Counsel, Gender Parity Stalls

General counsel are taking on increasingly demanding roles as companies continue to globalize. Traditional functions related to compliance, M&A, and litigation are becoming more […]

Report Highlights New Roles For General Counsel, Gender Parity Stalls

General counsel are taking on increasingly demanding roles as companies continue to globalize. Traditional functions related to compliance, M&A and litigation are becoming more […]

ESG On The Carpet

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The Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) movement has produced “an opaque and perverse system in which some financial companies no longer make decisions in […]

Black Lives Matter Ripped By Litigation

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A group representing local Black Lives Matter chapters has sued the LA-based national fund raising arm of the movement in a dispute that’s said […]

Walmart Facing BIPA Lawsuit

A class action has been filed in Illinois federal court alleging that Walmart’s practice of collecting, storing and using customers’ biometric information without obtaining […]

Balancing The Inside-Outside Equation

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Legal recruiter Christine Berger takes up a perennial question for young law firm attorneys: Will I be better off ditching the life of the […]

Pop Star’s Fans Frustrated By Ticket Broker’s Monopoly

You know you’re irremediably dated when Time.com calls somebody “one of the biggest pop stars on Earth — maybe even the most famous man […]

Wonderful Company Sued Anyway

Justin Vineyards & Winery in California is owned by The Wonderful Company, an LA firm that is a big landowner in the San Joaquin […]