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...over as general counsel of Icahn Enterprises last year from predecessor Marc Weitzen, declined to comment on whether Icahn has brought in outside counsel. But...
The two Am Law 100 firms—along with Delaware shops Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell and Richards, Layton & Finger—have stepped into the takeover battle for Dell, whose $24.4 billion lever
...Mr. Rocco joined Heller in 2000 after his former firm, Gordon Altman Weitzen Shalov & Wein, also disbanded. Mr. Rocco's two associates will also...
Once again, we present the vanguard of leadership of the New Jersey legal community: 178 newly minted partners who accepted our invitation to be featured in this, the Law Journal's seventh annual New
The reception was held in May in the ballroom of the Willard Intercontinental Hotel, the grandest of Washington, D.C., establishments
Piper Rudnick is considering a merger with DLA, a British firm with 1,800 lawyers and a big presence in Europe and Asia. "DLA looks a lot like Piper," says Piper co-chair Francis Burch Jr. "It's a bi
Most major New York law offices continued to grow in 2000, with a series of mega-mergers accelerating the trend toward consolidation in the state's legal marketplace. The New York Law Journal's "NYLJ
New York's Gordon Altman Weitzen Shalov & Wein will close its doors on Feb. 29. The firm, which had estimated profits of $10 million on $35 million in revenues in 1998, was healthy until the defectio
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