Recently released court documents reveal there were certainly quirks worth noting in the deal inked by Uber and Otto.
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Consider five practice tips for navigating FRCP Rule 26.
Lateral hiring is a necessary part of the changing legal landscape, and it can yield mutually beneficial results for both attorney and law firm. For the attorney, a lateral move can improve advancement possibilities, while also potentially providing a greater platform for clients, different work-life balance and better compensation. For the law firm, lateral additions can increase revenue, expand or deepen the bench in certain practice areas and achieve growth objectives.