Left behind after Cooley announced last month it would pick up 54 lawyers from Dow Lohnes, some partners from the soon-to-be-defunct firm are headed to new Am Law 100 firms in Atlanta and Washington,
A former Am Law 200 firm with offices in Atlanta and Washington, D.C., Dow Lohnes has seen its attorney ranks cut nearly in half over the past three years amid a spate of lateral defections. Now&mdas
Twenty-five transactions lawyers who had an outsize influence in 2008 and even--or perhaps especially--in the most challenging environments, rose to the occasion. Pictured here: Shearman & Sterling's
...dollar bailouts. Behind two of the largest emergences of 2008--those of Calpine Corporation and Solutia Inc.--was Richard Cieri. Under any circumstances...
In The Am Law Daily's adolescent years, we idled away many an hour enjoying the calculated acts of gratuitous violence in the video game Mortal Kombat
...conflicts counsel in major bankruptcies. Last year it played that role for Calpine Corporation. For the foreseeable future, Curtis Mallet will play the same role...
At a time when many lawyers found themselves out of a job, these high-profile laterals were in the catbird seat
...slow," says Kirkland & Ellis's Richard Cieri, who guided energy giant Calpine Corporation through its emergence from Chapter 11 early this year. "But 2008...
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