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October 10 Digest

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Apple's Bruce Sewell: 'I'm Done With Being a GC'

Sewell, whose departure from Apple was announced last week, reflected on the company's evolving legal department, iPhone privacy controversies and "The Cellphone Wars."
Read the full story at The Recorder

 

 

Can Arbitration Solve Tech Sector's Litigation Cost Concerns?

A recent report identifies budgeting and time as major concerns for tech companies during litigation. Arbitration is an answer, says the report, but pros and cons exist for both dispute resolution mechanisms.
Read the full story at The Recorder


Morning Coats and First Arguments: Female SCOTUS Lawyers on Breaking Barriers

Deanne Maynard, co-chair of Morrison & Foerster's Supreme Court and appellate practice, Judge Patricia Millett of the D.C. Circuit and Sarah Harrington of Goldstein & Russell reflect on the evolution of the Solicitor General's Office, and women arguing in the U.S. Supreme Court.
Read the full story at The National Law Journal

 

 

ACLU Sues Trump Administration Over New Contraception Rules

The American Civil Liberties Union on Friday filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration for its decision to drop a requirement under the Affordable Care Act that employers offer employees free contraception.
Read the full story at The National Law Journal

 

How Companies Are Reacting to Overtime Rule Uncertainty

Companies have open questions about the fate of the Obama-era overtime regulations, despite a Texas federal court ruling nixing rules that would have doubled the salary threshold for workers eligible for time and half pay and extended greater pay to millions of more workers.
Read the full story at The National Law Journal

 

Women Leaders in Tech Law: Hillary Smith, Square

Smith, general counsel and corporate secretary of the mobile payment company, led legal and regulatory efforts in Square's offering of convertible notes resulting in almost $390 million in net proceeds to the company.
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