Goldman Sachs has agreed to pay $750 million in cash for boutique wealth manager United Capital Financial Advisers. United Capital, which manages $25 billion in assets, will join Goldman's wealth-management unit and will bring along clients with at least $1 million in assets.
Ten members of a cybercrime network are charged with stealing millions in the 2016 release of malware that allegedly helped them transfer money out of victims' accounts. The US and five other nations worked together on the investigation -- a level of international cooperation that's vital to combating fraud of this scope, said Craig Newman, a partner at law firm Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler.
The relationship between inflation and labor, as well as other resource markets, has broken down and could be problematic if the Federal Reserve cannot bring inflation closer to a 2% target, said Fed Governor Lael Brainard. Eventually, Americans could lose faith that inflation will ever meet the target, she said.
Lawmakers have introduced bipartisan legislation aimed at attracting more workers to cybersecurity jobs. The Cyber Ready Workforce Act would expand apprenticeship programs by providing grants to colleges and nonprofit groups to help offset attendee costs such as child care, transportation and career counseling.
Ohio's law prohibiting abortion in cases where a fetal heartbeat can be detected is facing a legal challenge filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and Planned Parenthood. The plaintiffs say the law, which is poised to take effect July 10, could prevent access to abortion six weeks into a pregnancy.
President Donald Trump has issued full pardons to conservative activist Patrick Nolan and former newspaper publisher Conrad Black. Nolan served 29 months in prison after pleading guilty in a racketeering case; Black was convicted in 2007 of four counts of fraud.
Before rolling out big changes in policy or products, leaders should consider the potential effects and bring as many stakeholders on board as possible, writes David Mattson, CEO and president of Sandler Training. "The bigger the decision, the more important it is to get your key people to contribute their insights, ideas, and concerns," he argues.
Practice-Oriented Research: Employment Law Yearbook 2019
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New Release: PD Insider's Interview With Matt Galando of K&L Gates
PLI is excited to announce the newest episode of PD Insider, our interview series featuring the leading voices in Professional Development. This month's guest is Matt Galando, Learning & Professional Development Consultant at K&L Gates. Matt sat down to discuss several innovative PD initiatives, including experiential programming, an emphasis on cross-department strategic partnerships, and the value of soft skills for successful legal practice.
Wines that inspire a fun, playful mindset are perfect for summer sipping, writes Jill Barth. Portable packaging helps bring an air of summer enjoyment to wines, but other offerings, such as Child's Play wines and Louis Roederer Brut Nature 2009 also inspire warm-weather enjoyment, she writes.