PRE-COVID COURTS – President Joe Biden has declared the pandemic is over, and sure courts are mirroring that sentiment by shelving COVID-19 mitigation protocols. In Pennsylvania, some judges and court docket directors have mentioned they’re optimistic concerning the route of their courts and the return towards enterprise as standard, Aleeza Furman reports. Delaware County court docket administrator Jerry Montella mentioned, when it comes to protocols, “Primarily, we at the moment are pre-COVID.” Nonetheless, the court docket continues to grapple with pandemic-induced backlogs and the unfold of the illness, Montella mentioned.
DEAD-END JOB SEARCH – In-house candidates are disclosing dangerous habits from recruiters and hiring managers throughout the latest hiring frenzy. Some attorneys say they went by way of an absurd variety of interviews solely to be ghosted by recruiters, Phillip Bantz reports. Others say reliance on Zoom as an alternative of in-person interviews allowed extra in-house leaders to set interviews at odd hours. Tara Trantham, former authorized chief for World Acceptance Corp., mentioned she went by way of 9 interviews for a senior company counsel function at a fintech firm. The ultimate interview with the agency’s basic counsel was set at 11:30 p.m., and the final counsel was consuming dinner and distracted by different individuals round her, based on Trantham. “It was past impolite. I imply, I used to be appalled,” she mentioned.