...and eight other physicians represented by their billing and collection companies, East Coast TMR and WJO, Inc. Petitioners, who provided medical treatment to eleven...
What do antiques have to do with law firm business development? Actually, there are many lessons to be learned when you walk one of the largest antique shows in the country, like the one I recently a
...the biggest drops almost universally hit schools in the East and on the West Coast. For example, the University of Nebraska College...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Firms, like antique dealers, must focus on building brand equity and client appeal, explains Sharon Berman of Berbay Corp
Originally Published: The Recorder
Valley Forge, Pa.-based The Chartwell Law Offices has acquired nine-lawyer Miami-based maritime and admiralty law firm Houck Anderson, effective today
Our listing of the top lateral moves of 2012 could not be more diverse when it comes to practice area and firm type. And for the first time, we have listed lateral attorneys who left the Pennsylvania
As Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney lifer Ronald Basso settles into his new role as head of longtime client Black Box Corp.'s legal department, his focus will be less on managing the company's legal funct
...firm had been looking at the city as one of its East Coast expansion targets for some time but hadn't found the right...
...practice leadership is making a "substantial commitment" to the West Coast with a priority on hiring in Palo Alto and other California offices...
From DOMA to Dropbox to discrimination, 2012 seemed to be the year of law firms being roped into lawsuits rather than filing them on behalf of clients
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