National Law Journal

  1. David Lat Transferred Out of ICU, Taken Off Ventilator in Coronavirus Fight

    "I'm doing worlds better than when I was unconscious and intubated, having a machine breathe for me because I couldn't do so myself," wrote Lat, 44, in a 6-paragraph public post on his Facebook page that appeared Saturday night.
  2. Prior Salary Can Justify Gender Pay Differences, US Supreme Court Is Told

    "There should be one, uniform answer to the important question whether the Equal Pay Act permits employers to base wages on prior pay," lawyers from Jones Day, representing the Fresno County superintendent of schools, asserted in a new petition at the U.S. Supreme Court.
  3. How to Prepare for Investigations Yet to Come in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Once the immediate danger presented by COVID-19 has passed, congressional scrutiny and investigations can be expected to follow suit.
  4. For Big Law, Is COVID-19 The Great Recession All Over Again?

    Keith Wetmore, former chairman at Morrison & Foerster, and Bill Brandt, who has helped handle workouts and restructurings for nearly 40 law firms, had big roles during the 2008 recession. Here's their perspective on the major challenges law firms are facing now.
  5. Justices Urged to Consider Role of 'Dreamers' in Fighting Pandemic

    "Termination of DACA during this national emergency would be catastrophic," lawyers for "Dreamers" told the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday in a letter.






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