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July 11 Digest

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, July 10, 2019

California Opens Door to More Legal Tech, Non-Lawyer Roles (1)                    California has taken a step towards altering the role of lawyers after a state bar task force last week advanced controversial proposals for new ethics rules that would allow non-lawyers to invest in law firms and tech companies to provide limited legal services.                                                                                                                                             Read the full story at The Bloomberg Law

 

Kirkland & Ellis Partner Confirmed to 9th Circuit Bench, Despite Calif. Senators’ Residency Concerns                                                                                                                    Daniel Bress was confirmed in a 53-45 vote despite objections from California’s Democratic senators that he lived, worked                                                                               Read the full story at The Recorder

 

Rethinking Patent Assignment Agreement: A Look at 'Lone Star v. United Microelectronics'                                                                                                                         In the wake of Lone Star, parties transacting for patent rights ought to consider whether the controlling agreement                                                                                             Read the full story at The Recorder

 

California AG's Trial to Begin Over J&J's Pelvic Mesh Devices                                       California Attorney General Xavier Becerra goes up against Johnson & Johnson's Ethicon unit in the first trial involving                                                                                        Read the full story at The Recorder

 

Record Number of Companies Back LGBT Workplace Rights in SCOTUS Brief            Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan partner Todd Anten In New York is counsel of record in the pro bono brief.                                                                                                      Read the full story at The National Law Journal

 

Oracle Judge Urges: 'Stop With the Invective' Emails and Pick Up the Phone            "This case has already been pending since January 17, 2017. It is time to move forward to a resolution," Labor Department                                                                                        Read the full story at The Recorder

 

Trial Lawyer Bar Launches Trademark Fight Over Its Former Name                           The Washington, D.C.-based bar association sued the California-based Association of American Trial Lawyers for trademark                                                                                    Read the full story at The Recorder

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