David Kappos joins Cravath, Swaine & Moore as partner in the New York office. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has accused five Chinese accounting firms, including affiliates of the United States' "big four," of refusing to produce documents related to an agency inv
...Dodd-Frank Act. According to Davis Polk & Wardwell's monthly ...
National Law Journal
...York and San Francisco locations. Davis Polk & Wardwell; Lowenstein Sandler; Proskauer...
National Law Journal
Presidential elections are the busiest time for firms and corporations to recruit top attorneys leaving government
The justices on Monday asked for the government to respond to a health care petition, rejected a high-profile appeal in the Sholom Rubashkin case and asked for the solicitor general's views in a thir
On Supreme Court briefs, law firm names can usually be found toward the bottom, identifying the affiliation of the counsel of record. But in a pair of cases now pending before the court, law firms ar
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