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How I Made Firm Chairman: 'I Have a Deep Understanding of the Firm Culture and a Reputation as a Builder and Connector, ' Says Jon Van Gorp of Mayer Brown

“Build trust and confidence in every person that you manage. Value and appreciate every person in the organization, whatever role they are in. People aren’t perfect, leaders aren’t perfect, but for the most part we’re all trying our best. Always assume good intentions until proven otherwise. Be introspective. Understand that mistakes and failures are inevitable, […]

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Law.com Litigation Trendspotter: States Wrestle With Extending Use of Remote Court Proceedings as COVID-19 Emergency Orders Expire

State court leaders are pushing for the use of remote proceedings to continue beyond the expiration of COVID-19 emergency orders put in place early on the pandemic. In some instances, however, they’re encountering pushback.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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What's Next: What's on the Antitrust Horizon After Epic Games v. Apple Ruling? + Hogan Lovells Sues Pinterest on Behalf of Uncompensated Creator + California's Last-Minute Deal to Expand Remote Court Proceedings

One notable aspect of U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers’ permanent injunction is that she based her decision on California’s unfair competition law, which allowed her to order a remedy without concluding Apple is monopolizing a specific market.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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