Hyundai Motor America’s assistant general counsel Jason Erb is set to be named chief legal officer on Sept. 20, the car manufacturer announced.
Finco Services Inc., a digital banking startup known as Current, has hired Jodi Golinsky to be its general counsel after reaching unicorn status earlier this year.
A District of Columbia lawyer serving a seven-year prison term for embezzling more than $1.5 million from three entities has had his license revoked.
WeCommerce Holdings Ltd., which provides merchants tools to develop online stores, has named former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. executive Susan Min as its general counsel.
An Oklahoma lawyer who allegedly mismanaged a client trust account by depositing gambling winnings and withdrawing cash while at casinos, was allowed to resign from the state bar.
Natasha Harrison, the London attorney who was widely seen as next in line to run David Boies’ namesake firm, is stepping down from her role as its deputy chair.
Conservative entry-level hiring practices that bolstered Big Law firms after the Great Recession constrain them now as they struggle to find associates for the mountains of work after pandemic shutdowns.
Latham & Watkins is entering the Austin, Texas legal market, launching a new office with partners from rivals including DLA Piper and Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati, according to multiple sources.
An unrelenting work surge is padding Big Law partners’ pockets while associates feel the burden of additional tasks, according to a Wells Fargo Private Bank survey.
Litigation boutique Sanford Heisler Sharp is reducing its annual billable hourly requirements for the firm’s roughly 100 attorneys.