The 50 lawyers profiled in these pages are those that we decided — after a rigorous evaluation process — make up potent combinations of youthful exuberance and formidable accomplishment
Dewey & LeBoeuf is the largest law firm yet to file for Chapter 11, putting its bond debt, unusual secured creditors and large global footprint under the spotlight
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
New Jersey Law Journal
...York (Drain, J.) disallowing its claim against the bankruptcy estate of Coudert Brothers LLP ("Coudert") and affirming the denial of Statek's...
New Jersey Law Journal
Much of the Law Journal's regular reporting on partnership changes at New Jersey firms could suggest that lateral movements are becoming the norm, but our yearly snapshot of the new partners' ranks c
...Notable: Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson, associate, 2005-06; Coudert Brothers associate, 2004-05 Robert Epstein ...
No doubt about it, leaders of Am Law 200 firms are upbeat about the future. Eighty-nine percent of respondents to The American Lawyer's annual firm leaders survey said they are optimistic about 2006
According to The National Law Journal's 28th annual survey, the overall number of attorneys at the nation's 250 largest firms, 116,671, increased by 4.4 percent from the past year, compared with a 1.
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