Noted art collector, philanthropist, and cosmetics heir Leonard Lauder turned to Simpson Thacher & Bartlett to advise on his donation of a collection of 78 Cubist drawings, paintings, and sculptures
After suffering a record-breaking trial loss for Johnson & Johnson in an inventor's patent suit, Diskant erased a $593 million tab for his client at the Federal Circuit
...Corporation, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, and its lawyers at Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler have dug themselves out of a $593 million hole
...Wohl joined Skadden last September from Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler.) Sony is a longtime Skadden client. ...
In our latest roundup of litigation involving Am Law 200 firms, Foley & Lardner and GrayRobinson are accused of helping to orchestrate a Medicare fraud; Greenberg Traurig faces fresh discrimination c
Allen & Overy and Slaughter and May are advising on Thomson Reuters's purchase of the Practical Law Company, while Gunderson Dettmer, a technology shop already busy this week advising Current TV o
Nonequity partner pay has been a big secret at Am Law firms . . . until now
A former Department of Homeland Security official moves to Jenner & Block's privacy and information governance practice; Day Pitney loses four environmental lawyers to Gibbons in New Jersey; and Choa
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