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Last week, The Am Law Daily spoke with Patton Boggs managing partner Edward Newberry about the potential merger his firm is discussing with Locke Lord. Now Locke Lord managing partner Jerry Clements,
In a deal that could have huge geopolitical implications, Chevron has signed a $10 billion shale gas exploration and production-sharing agreement with the Ukrainian government, which hopes to end its
... American Lawyer chief European correspondent Chris Johnson meets regularly with senior figures in the legal world...
...appears likely that the proposed union of Dentons and McKenna Long...firm Fraser Milner Casgrain and European firm Salans. That three...
The U.K. government has made a concerted effort to boost trade and investment with China. Will that bear fruit for lawyers
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Dentons and McKenna Long & Aldridge both lose partners ahead of a merger vote that would unite the two firms; Hogan Lovells hires three corporate partners from Kaye Scholer; and Troutman Sanders adds
The TPP would create a free trade zone encompassing a third of the world's economy, which could translate into a significant amount of new work for law firms
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