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Take a look at an NYC office that calls itself the ‘future of law,’ where sharks hang from ceilings and meetings are held on repurposed bl...
The office has bright orange furniture, open floor plans, glass walls, and playful "shark" decorations to add to its inclusive company culture.
An Australian billionaire and politician is demanding $500,000 from a YouTube creator and threatening to sue for calling him a ‘dense Humpty Dum...
Australian billionaire Clive Palmer is threatening YouTube creator Jordan Shanks with a defamation lawsuit for calling him a "Fatty McF---head."
The deal could have provided immunity for high-profile people who also had sex with Epstein's victims and Epstein's network of employees.
Uber is vowing to fight in court against the new California bill that threatens to turn its drivers into employees
Assembly Bill 5 "does not automatically reclassify any ride-share drivers from independent contractors to employees," Uber told reporters.
California just passed a bill turning ‘gig economy’ workers into employees. Here’s what Uber and Lyft have said.
The ride-hailing giants say the decision qualifies existing law, hurts workers by removing flexibility, and will lead to customers paying more.
There’s been a 62% spike in people getting prenups, and experts say it’s being driven by millennials
Later marriages, less concrete assets, and the equalization of the workforce are a few reasons for the spike in prenuptial agreements.
The law change was the result of a campaign led by feminist dating app Bumble, whose HQ is in Austin, Texas.
The CEO of a company that calls itself ‘the future of law’ says she still can’t escape sexism at work — but she’s on a m...
Elena Donio helms the legal talent marketplace Axiom and is among one of the most powerful women in business — yet still encounters sexism at work.
A sexual misconduct allegation from one of Jeffrey Epstein’s victims sparked a quiet war between two of America’s most powerful lawyers. N...
Jeffrey Epstein accuser VIrginia Giuffre also accused Alan Dershowitz of sexual misconduct. The case sparked a battle between two legal titans.
Scenes from Elton John biopic reportedly cut from Russian version due to ‘homosexual propaganda’ law
A Russian movie distributor reportedly cut around five minutes of footage that depicted gay sex and men kissing from Elton John biopic "Rocketman."