Ridesharing: Car Accidents in the Age of Uber and LyftSeptember 21, 2022
In 2009, the transportation industry forever changed with the advent of the ride share. What is ride sharing? Ride sharing is a service that arranges...
In a very personal letter to the school’s alumni, Anthony S. Niedwiecki, president and dean of Mitchell Hamline Law, announced that he decided not to ask for a second contract for when his current contract ends in June 2024. Click Here To Read The Full Article
“When lawyers fight, it gets ugly pretty fast, particularly when the lawyers proceed with representing themselves,” Swartz Campbell’s Candidus Dougherty said. “The human reality is you want to tell people what’s been going on with your life and to tell it from your perspective, but that might not be appropriate under the conduct rules.” […]
After being canceled for the last three years due to COVID-19, the state bar’s Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee will hold a “Brunch for Bars” event on April 30, bringing “legal professionals from diverse backgrounds together to network, collaborate, and enjoy some fellowship.” Click Here To Read The Full Article
An unpredictable economy and tough deal market is requiring some alternative structures to make both client and firm whole. Click Here To Read The Full Article
The partner, previously a Clifford Chance lifer, has moved to Weil Gotshal & Manges. Click Here To Read The Full Article