Ralph Lerner, a former Sidley Austin partner recently suspended from practicing law in New York for a year over false expense filings, went on the offensive this week in an unrelated suit in Delaware
...Ronald Minkoff of Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz, said Tuesday, "We're obviously very disappointed...
Three defendants accused of duping Harper Lee out of the copyright to To Kill a Mockingbird bolstered their legal team this week when a federal judge allowed Pepper Hamilton IP cochair Vincent Cariss
Cleary and Cravath snagged the top spots on Monday's surprise announcement that Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos has agreed to buy The Washington Post for $250 million. That deal came just days afte
A former Dewey & LeBoeuf partner suing Barclays Bank over what he claims is a fraudulent $540,000 loan agreement is now trying to blame its creation on several onetime firm leaders, including former
Occidental Petroleum wins a hefty $2.3 billion in investment treaty dispute with Ecuador
...at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, Wan moved to Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz, a boutique media and advertising firm. There she was able...
...The filmmaker, Joseph Berlinger, represented by Maura Wogan of Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz, has refused to turn over the material, arguing that the...
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