The Legal Intelligencer
...Friedman had just fewer than 20 lawyers. In October 2011, Stillman, Friedman & Shechtman name partner Paul Shechtman left the firm for Zuckerman Spaeder....
The Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners on Oct. 14 announced the results of the bar examination given on July 26 and 27, 2011
Although partners Joel Goldberg and William Grant left Willkie Farr & Gallagher this year because they would turn 65, the firm's mandatory retirement age, neither actually retired
Although partners Joel Goldberg and William Grant left Willkie Farr & Gallagher this year because they would turn 65, the firm's mandatory retirement age, neither actually retired. Goldberg last mont
A former Paul Hastings tax associate fought back tears Thursday as he admitted to securities fraud as part of an insider trading conspiracy
The New York Court of Appeals Thursday upheld the convictions of two former Tyco International executives for improperly enriching themselves with more than $100 million in loans, bonuses and stock s
With public anger reaching a boiling point over plunging stock prices and Wall Street "greed," white-collar defense attorneys are preparing for an inevitable surge in criminal prosecutions
... Spinelli-Noseda's lawyer, John B. Harris of Stillman Friedman & Shechtman, said his client "deeply regrets" his conduct and had...
...unauthorized bonuses from Tyco in 1999 and 2000." Justices David Friedman, John T. Buckley and Bernard J. Malone joined the opinion. ...
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