...in orchestrating the firm's mergers with intellectual property boutique Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis in 2005 and the acquisition of seven-attorney Alhadeff &...
...lawyer Silverstein & Mullins and Alexandria, Va.'s 65-lawyer Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis and brought Buchanan Ingersoll into top-tier markets like New...
After six years of leadership that led to dramatic growth at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, CEO Thomas L. VanKirk will be handing over the reins of the firm in June 2009 to Chief Diversity and Integrat
...the roughly 55-attorney, Northern Virginia-based intellectual property boutique Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis. Burns Doane had offices in San Diego, Redwood...
...with being the architect of the merger with Virginia-based Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis � Muracca said he maintained an active practice with help from...
When The American Lawyer ranked AmLaw 200 firms by their pro bono performance, Pennsylvania firms had a presence in all the notable categories — some good, some not so good
When The American Lawyer ranked AmLaw 200 firms by their pro bono performance, Pennsylvania firms had a presence in all the notable categories - some good, some not so good
Even though all of the Pennsylvania-area law firms saw substantial increases in revenue and profitability in 2006, it was generally only the highest grossing local firms that were able to rise on the
Attorneys in the Wal-Mart break-time class action appeared in a Philadelphia Common Pleas courtroom last week to debate the plaintiffs' request for counsel fees totaling more than $46 million
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