Reporters Jenna Greene, Sheri Qualters and Zoe Tillman profile 15 firms that entered (or rejoined) the list this year
...and other finance transactions. Previously, Arkow was a partner at Cox, Castle & Nicholson. Nixon Peabody:...
...Dreyfus Cox, Castle & Nicholson (Los Angeles): Three real estate attorneys have been promoted to...
Profile of Kenneth Corhan, vice president and general counsel of The Lewis Group of Companies - one of the largest privately held real estate development companies in the country
California's new greenhouse gas emissions law and a settlement reached last month in a case brought by the state's attorney general have encouraged environmental groups to file or amend lawsuits alle
At many law firms, the wolf is at the door for rate-sensitive practices. But on Monday, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton added two partners from Steefel Levitt and two associates for its real estate
Geraldine Ferraro has joined Blank Rome's government relations practice inWashington as a principal of the firm. A former Democratic vice-presidentialnominee, Ferraro most recently was managing direc
Bill Lan Lee, former head of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Divisionduring the Clinton administration, joined Lewis, Feinberg, Lee, Renaker &Jackson in Oakland, Calif. where he will expand the
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