The National Hockey League turned to Covington & Burling as its lead outside counsel on a 12-year, $4.9 billion Canadian television rights deal announced on the league's 96th birthday and a day after
Major League Baseball's Atlanta Braves stunned many this week by announcing that the team will leave its downtown home in 2017 for a new $672 million stadium in suburban Cobb County. Elsewhere in our
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Cooley has announced a merger with Dow Lohnes, a former Am Law 200 firm known for its telecommunications regulatory expertise that has fallen on hard times in recent years. Dow Lohnes's main office i
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Proskauer Rose, no stranger to advising pro sports leagues and franchises, has been retained by Major League Baseball for a scandal-soaked suit filed Friday by embattled New York Yankees star Alex Ro
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A former Am Law 200 firm with offices in Atlanta and Washington, D.C., Dow Lohnes has seen its attorney ranks cut nearly in half over the past three years amid a spate of lateral defections. Now&mdas
...of petty larceny by a Florida state court that also denied...according to the American Bar Association. Currently there are 957 public...
Antitrust lawyers representing American Airlines from Paul Hastings and Jones Day have their work cut out for them now that the Justice Department has moved to block the company's proposed $11 billio
...notable transactions in the professional sports arena, advising the U.S. Golf Association and National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) on new television...
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