In his Professional Responsibility column, Anthony E. Davis, a partner at Hinshaw & Culbertson, writes: In the past we have often visited the subjects of engagement letters, legal fees and the wisdom
The first round of lawsuits aimed at clawing back both the money former Howrey partners were paid by the firm before it dissolved and the revenue earned from assignments they brought to the firms whe
The judge overseeing Dewey & LeBoeuf's Chapter 11 proceedings on Tuesday approved a plan under which ex-Dewey partners will repay the defunct firm's estate $71.5 million, making the bankruptcy the fi
...Although other law firm collapsesincluding those of Coudert Brothers, Heller Ehrman, Howrey, and Thelenhave left organizations scrambling to reassign pro...
In his Professional Responsibility column, Anthony E. Davis, a partner at Hinshaw & Culbertson, writes that law firms acquiring laterally hired lawyers are generally safe in assuming that work perfor
Thompson Hine's Barry Kazan and Jim Henderson write: In the year since 'Stern' was decided, courts have grappled with how broadly to read the decision while also addressing practical issues arising i
Although a string of law firms have filed for bankruptcy in recent years, Dewey & LeBoeuf is the largest to file for Chapter 11 and it filing raises novel issues, including the firm's bond debt, unus
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