...in private practice, which included stints as a corporate associate with Arter & Hadden in Dallas, a real-estate associate with now-defunct McKinney &...
Three years after considering the credentials of the lawyers littering Forbes' annual list of America's 400 richest people, The Am Law Daily decided to revisit the wealth rankings and examine the leg
As the merger between London-based Norton Rose and Am Law 100 stalwart Fulbright & Jaworski officially went live on Monday, The Am Law Daily looks back to The American Lawyer's Am Law 100 list from 1
Davis Polk & Wardwell and Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz are advising on a proposed $1.2 billion merger that will unite Apollo's Metals USA and Reliance Steel & Aluminum, while leading Canadian shop
Hunton & Williams is advising Atari Interactive in its bankruptcy filing in New York, as the iconic video game maker seeks to separate from its French parent in Paris. Other firms landing roles on no
The Daily Report
...firms collapse. Among the large firms crumbling were Brobeck; Coudert Brothers; Arter & Hadden; Heller Ehrman, Thacher Proffitt & Wood; WolfBlock and Howrey. Dewey &...
The Daily Report
...Reid; Jenkens & Gilchrist; Coudert Brothers; Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison; and Arter & Hadden. Existential challenges Many more, like Dewey &...
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