...25 percent of equity partners. These firms are Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy (42 percent female equity partners); Jackson Kelly (28.4 percent); Ice...
Plaintiffs who opted out of last year's massive settlement of respiratory and other claims stemming from the cleanup after the terror attacks on the World Trade Center will have additional time to ex
...placement of David Crenshaw as general counsel at Fragomen Del Rey Bernsen &Loewy. As a senior member of management, Crenshaw will provide overall leadership...
Only one Pennsylvania firm on this year's Am Law 200 saw an increase in gross revenue, but that didn't stop others from moving up the chart compiled by Legal affiliate The American Lawyer
A movement in the New York legal community to increase pro bono representation of indigent immigrants and weed out incompetent or unscrupulous lawyers who prey on them is gathering momentum
Manik Ahmed was working as a chef specializing in Indian cuisine at a Los Angeles restaurant when he applied for a permanent work visa, called an I-140, in 2003. The U.S. Department of Homeland Secur
Reports of their demise, it turns out, were premature. For years, the regional firms that constitute much of the Second Hundred were told that they were exactly the wrong size: too big to compete wit
Growth at the 250 largest law firms in the country receded this year, likely a reflection of the economic downturn of 2008
...by the nation's largest immigration law firm, Fragomen Del Rey Bernsen & Loewy. The department had announced in June that it was...
Of the five Pennsylvania-based firms that made the AmLaw 200 list for their 2007 financial performance, only one moved up in the rankings thanks to a big bump in gross revenue
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