Environmental, Social & Governance Advisory Team
More Than Just Hours, It’s a Commitment
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
PRIVACY CLASS ACTION DEFENSE
CCPA Litigation 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.
A Primer on Federal and State Law Regarding Marijuana, Hemp, and CBD
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).
Punitive Damages for Trademark Infringements in China—Developments and Best Practices
The PRC Supreme People’s Court recently issued a document titled Interpretation of the Supreme People’s Court on the Application of Punitive Damages in the Trial of Civil Cases Involving Intellectual Property Rights Infringements, as well as six model cases to illustrate the proper handling of punitive damages claims by the People’s Courts.
Goldman Sachs Fights to Level the Playing Field in the Securities Class Action Wars
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument on March 29 on a critical question for securities class action defendants: On a class certification motion, what evidence must a defendant put forward to show that the alleged misrepresentations had no impact on the defendant’s stock price, thus rebutting the Basic presumption of class-wide reliance?
While Rounding Time Entries Can Be Permissible for Working Hours, the California Supreme Court Has Now Held It Is Not Permissible for Break Time
California law generally requires that employers provide nonexempt employees an uninterrupted nonworking 30-minute meal period to begin before the end of the fifth hour of work.
Employees are a business’s most valuable asset, and employee benefits are an essential tool for recruiting and retaining top talent. Our blog provides insights and legal updates to keep you informed on the latest trends and regulations concerning private sector employee benefits and compensation plans.
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.
Perkins Coie is proud to announce that it has been named among the 2020 Fortune “100 Best Companies to Work For®” for the 18th consecutive year. This year, the firm ranks 40th on the list.
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.