Month: July 2021

The buzz around climate change is expanding to include the potential effects it could have on businesses’ physical operations and value in the marketplace. Climate-related business risks typically fall into two categories: physical risks (extreme weather events, changes in climate patterns that can affect physical facilities and supply chains) and transition risks (the cost of
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The Yolo County District Attorney’s Office is excited to announce the addition of five legal interns who started the summer/fall internship program at the conclusion of their law school spring semester. These new members of the District Attorney’s team bring a tremendous amount of talent and a diverse array of life experiences to the office.
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Mixed reactions The reaction to Biden’s executive order on bank deals was decidedly mixed. The American Bankers Association said in a statement that having nearly “5,000 banks of all sizes, charters and business models” provides the country “with the deepest and most diverse banking system in the world.” “The depth and resiliency of today’s banking
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At least three lawsuits have been filed against Champlain Towers South Condominium Association Inc. after a condominium tower in Surfside, Florida collapsed on June 24. The death toll has reached 46, with 94 people remaining unaccounted for. The residential construction failure likely resulted from numerous contributing factors spanning multiple years. Champlain Towers South Condominium Association
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Your client pitchbook materials won’t cut it – recruiting materials must be tailored for recruits… Hiring at law firms across the United States is skyrocketing – just look, for example, at some of the latest legal industry headlines regarding associate salary increases for the first time in years. Legal research company Leopard Solutions recently noted
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