Advancing Racial Equality
It All Starts With the Board
CORPORATE POLITICAL ACTIVITY
Helping Companies Meet the Current Political Moment
As states across the country consider new voting laws and restrictions, companies are under increasing pressure to speak out. How can your company take a stand on social or political issues while navigating the rules on corporate political activity?
Privacy & Security
Is Your Business Ready for the CPRA
Corporate Boards of Directors
Risk-Management and Best Practices Guidance for Boards and Their Members
Celebrating Women Innovators
Perkins Coie is proud to launch Le[a]dBetter Imagine, honoring women inventors and their critical contributions to advancing innovation. The program aims to help close the gender gap in patenting and help make gender equality in technology leadership a reality.
Consumer Finance Law
COVID-19 Year in Review
2021 Legal Outlook
Perspectives on the New Political Landscape
Changes in leadership in both the White House and Congress are driving new legislative agendas. Perkins Coie attorneys offer their knowledge and perspectives on a range of key issues that may affect businesses and individuals.
Perkins Coie Stands Against Antisemitism
Perkins Coie LLP stands against hate, racism, xenophobia, and discrimination in any form and against any person or group. In this statement, we specifically condemn the alarming rise in attacks against Jews, and we stand in solidarity with our Jewish colleagues, clients, and friends as we denounce antisemitism in all its forms.
DoD Policy Calls for “Responsible AI” in Defense Procurements of Artificial Intelligence
As the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) seeks to increase funding for artificial intelligence (AI) technologies for defense and national security purposes, a new policy memorandum directs the DoD to take steps to ensure that AI is designed, developed, and deployed in a responsible manner.
California Governor Newsom Extends Flexibility to Hold Virtual Public Meetings
As part of a series of emergency measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Newsom signed Executive Order N-29-20, allowing local and state agencies to hold virtual meetings via teleconference and to make
meetings accessible electronically notwithstanding the open meeting requirements in the Bagley-Keene Act and the Brown Act.
Reboot of International Entrepreneur Program for Startups
The Biden administration announced on May 11, 2021, that it is restoring a never-fully-utilized Obama-era program allowing foreign entrepreneurs to stay in the United States temporarily in order to oversee and grow certain startup businesses.
Perkins Coie Stands Against Anti-Asian Racism and Hate
Perkins Coie LLP stands against hate, racism, xenophobia, and discrimination in any form and against any person, and specifically condemns the alarming rise in racially motivated incidents against Asians and Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPIs).
Perkins Coie is proud to rank among the top 25 companies on Fortune’s 2021 list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For® in America. The firm ranks 23rd, marking our highest-ever ranking out of the 19 consecutive years we have been on the list. Read more.
Perkins Coie is proud to announce that it has been ranked as the #1 U.S. employer among the 2021 “Best Workplaces in Consulting & Professional Services” by Great Place to Work®. Twenty-five large companies are ranked in the annual survey. Read more.
Perkins Coie Ranked #1 Best Workplace in the Bay Area by Great Place to Work® and Fortune for 2021
Perkins Coie is pleased to announce that it has been named as the Bay Area’s leading employer by research and consulting firm Great Place to Work® and Fortune for the first time.
Listen to Perkins Coie attorneys discuss a range of timely legal topics and interview renowned thought leaders for valuable insights on insurance coverage, virtual mediation, white collar defense, and innovative patent strategies in our diverse podcast series.
Perkins Coie is pleased to announce that its fifth annual Food Litigation Year in Review is now the Food & Consumer Packaged Goods Litigation Year in Review. As our practice expanded, we paid close attention to emerging trends, important developments in case law, and regulatory guidance across CPG product categories.
From developments related to virtual currencies and consumer finance to trends in food litigation, privacy and data security law and more, our 15 blogs offer timely information and insights on a range of topics that affect businesses every day.