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The Supreme Court's Week: By The Numbers

By Jack Karp

The justices heard arguments in four cases this week, including over what charges can be used to prosecute those who participated in the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection, and issued four rulings concerning the takings clause, job discrimination, criminal forfeiture and veterans' educational benefits. Here, Law360 Pulse takes a data-driven dive into the week that was at the U.S. Supreme Court.

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    Courts

    Trump On Verge Of Legal History As Full NY Jury Picked

    Jury selection wrapped up Friday in the hush money trial of Donald Trump, setting the stage for opening statements to begin on Monday after a New York appeals court denied a last-ditch bid by the former president to delay the unprecedented case.

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    California Pulse

    Pillsbury Makes Longtime Commitment To 'Iconic' SF Building

    Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP has extended the lease on its San Francisco offices for 11 more years, the firm announced Friday.

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    Daily Litigation

    Quinn Emanuel Fights Sanctions Bid Over Musk Deposition

    Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP has protested a move by a man suing Elon Musk for defamation to sanction partner Alex Spiro for his conduct during a deposition of Musk, telling a Texas state court Spiro was simply speaking up to protect Musk's interests and that the plaintiff was taking part in "school-yard antics."

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    Florida Pulse

    How Berger Singerman Offers 'Premier Alternative' To BigLaw

    Jessica Pavlik, the chief strategy officer at Florida business law firm Berger Singerman LLP, joined Law360 Pulse to discuss her new role and how firm attorneys go "head to head with talent in BigLaw."

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    Daily Litigation

    9 Ex-Ingram LLP Attorneys Join Tarter Krinsky In New York

    Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP announced that nine attorneys from the now-defunct firm Ingram LLP joined its New York office, expanding the firm's litigation, real estate, and landlord and tenant practice groups.

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    Courts

    Paxton Can't Duck Ethics Suit Over 2020 Election Challenge

    Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton must face the State Bar of Texas' ethics lawsuit over his attempts to reverse the results of the 2020 presidential election since the suit is against Paxton in his personal capacity and does not violate the separation of powers, a Texas appellate court has ruled.

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    In-House

    Atmus Filtration's Legal Chief To Depart

    The legal chief and secretary for Nashville, Tennessee-based Atmus Filtration Technologies Inc. has resigned, according to a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing on Friday.

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    Modern Lawyer

    Moore & Van Allen Taps Co-Leader Of DEI Group

    Moore & Van Allen PLLC has appointed one of its longtime attorneys to serve as co-head of the diversity, equity and inclusion advice, audits and assessments practice group.

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    Legal Tech

    Weil Tech Partner Named Firm's US Cybersecurity Head

    Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP has appointed an experienced technology and intellectual property transactional attorney as head of its U.S. privacy and cybersecurity practice group, the firm announced Friday.

  • Courts

    Antitrust Case Judge Reveals Husband's Ties With Apple

    A New Jersey federal magistrate judge assigned to the U.S. Department of Justice's recent iPhone antitrust case disclosed on Friday that her husband has ties to Apple, but told the parties she does not believe she needs to recuse herself.

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