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  • Planned Parenthood Awarded $2M+ in Case Against Undercover Anti-Abortion Activists
    A San Francisco federal jury sided against a group of anti-abortion activists who recorded hidden camera videos meant to discredit Planned Parenthood on all claims asserted. The more than $2 million verdict includes $870,000 in punitive damages.
  • Wonderful. Another 'Best' Law Firms for Women List.
    Why do we have to be positive and chipper when we know that women are making scant progress in law firms?
  • Enthusiasm Gap Persists Between Law Firms and In-House Counsel
    Separate reports released this week about law firm revenue growth and in house counsel projections present starkly different outlooks between two interdependent corners of the legal industry.
            Baker McKenzie Elevates Sydney Partner to Global Head of Climate Change
    Ilona Millar has worked for 20 years on climate law, developing policy by both governments and the private sector as well as carbon contracts, carbon funds and carbon transactions.
  • Fitbit, Garmin and Philips Sweat Fitness-Tracker Patents + What's in Kirkland's Tool Belt for Wrench Suit + PTO's Inventor Diversity Report Draws Mixed Reactions
    The fitness-tracking patent wars are flaring again in the run-up to Google's proposed $2.1 billion acquisition of Fitbit.
  • Stephens v Delta Township

    Jane Stephens v. Charter Township of Delta - Case No. 19-919-CZ