...group included three associates from her firm, plus former solicitors general Greg Garre of Latham & Watkins and Paul Clement of Bancroft. At...
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Lawyers from firms including Arnold & Porter; Dechert; Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson; and Sullivan & Cromwell donated thousands of hours of pro bono time last year seeking to block voter
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In our latest look at sports and the law, The Am Law Daily does some spring cleaning by tracking down the legal fees accrued by the National Football League Players Association in its collective barg
Recent federal tax filings by the National Football League and its collective bargaining arm, the NFL Management Council, show that the league paid a total of at least $15 million in legal fees to Ak
With new managing partner Ken Cutler preparing to jet to London as part of a firmwide confidence-building tour, Dorsey & Whitney—whose gross revenue dropped for the fifth straight year in 2012&
...bono by Wiley Rein alum and current Emory University School of Law associate dean and professor ...
...Hiller, a longtime partner at Fisher & Phillips's Cleveland office and associate Kevin Hess, brought along by Loewengart when he left Squire Sanders....
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