From Wheeling to Lexington and Dayton to Tallahassee, U.S. law firms have increasingly looked to move back-office operations to less expensive geographic markets in an effort to save on rent and empl
The legal community was far from immune from the effects of Hurricane Sandy, which forced courts to close their doors, oral arguments to be canceled and law firms to shutter their offices up and down
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Reed Smith has added 11 lawyers and three staffers from K&L Gates' e-discovery practice group in Pittsburgh
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For decades, the first foray abroad for most American businesses was Europe, where intellectual property laws and IP protection rights closely parallel the U.S. system. What's more, in Europe, a comp
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