Melanie Willems, an international arbitration partner who left Chadbourne & Parke in September to join Andrews Kurth, sued her former firm a month later seeking the immediate repayment of $127,000 in
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... Dec. 2 was an extraordinary day for Amazon.com Inc., the mammoth online retailer: Cyber Monday sales reached new heights...
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U.S. companies have increased investment in software by 19 percent since the 2007 business-cycle peak, while their spending on hard assets has slumped
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Originally Published: The American Lawyer
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