🗞️Winklevoss Twins Face The SEC, JPMorgan Gets Scammed, & Twitter's Fight Over SeveranceListen now (19 min) | This Week: The Winklevoss twins are back in litigation, JPMorgan goes to court over a recent acquisition, and ex-Twitter employees…
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🗞️SBF Pleas Not Guilty, TikTok Gets Blocked, & California and Washington Boost Labor Laws Listen now (23 min) | THIS WEEK: Sam Bankman-Fried pleas not guilty and throws his lawyers under the bus, TikTok gets blocked on government devices, and…
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Beginning New Year's Day, job postings in California and Washington are now required to include salary ranges in the ad. The move mirrors laws already…
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The 4 million employees of the US government will no longer be allowed to download TikTok onto a device owned by a federal agency. The new rule is part…
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FTX had secured billions in funding the very day it signed its Chapter 11 bankruptcy back in November. Or, at least that's what Sam Bankman-Fried, the…
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December 2022

Before we head off into 2023, we wanted to recap this last year.
We had the privilege of sitting down and chatting about the law, venture capital, and the life with James Walker of Draper Associates.
We’re proud to report that we've added a new team member to Lawtrades! Meet Sadaf, our Senior Product Designer! Check out our interview of Sadaf and…
🗞️ Is ChatGPT The Future of Law, A Billable Hours Showdown, & AI Versus IPListen now (21 min) | This Week: is ChatGPT coming for your job, a law firm suing its associates over billed hours (or lack thereof), and AI-generated…
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If you've been on social media recently, you've no doubt seen people post cartoonish photos of themselves in styles ranging from anime character to…
No one wants to be the lowest biller in the office, but is it a lawsuit-worthy offense? Larson Latham Huettl, a firm out in North Dakota seems to think…
The story begins like this: on November 30, OpenAI (an AI research laboratory co-founded by Elon Musk, and supported by a billion-dollar investment from…