In the biggest leveraged buyout since the economic crisis began, the world's third-largest personal computer maker has agreed to be sold to a group led by CEO Michael Dell and technology-focused inve
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... Lambert's career began in 1988 when he joined then-Dewey Ballantine (now Dewey & LeBoeuf). He left in 1993 to join New...
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Survey shows firms are developing web-based services for clients
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The 12th AmLaw Tech Survey finds it's collaboration time at top law firms. With IT spending up 16 percent, Am Law 200 firms are ratcheting up their use of online collaboration tools, letting more law
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...of alternative devices. Dennis D'Alessandro, executive director of Dewey Ballantine, said his team had talked about BlackBerry alternatives some months ago...
...1999, former New York University Law Schoolclassmates Paul Appelbaum, working for Dewey Ballantine at the time, and Jason Finger, employed at O'Sullivan, were...
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