Big Law must adopt corporate business structures and priorities to thrive in the New Normal
Daniel Martin Katz, assistant professor at Michigan State's School of Law, announced at an event hosted by Fordham University Law School that he is developing "a group of assassins" who are g
It's inevitable that risk-averse Big Law ultimately will fully embrace the cloud. But for now, first adopters are jumping in for e-discovery and back-office tasks, while avoiding web services designe
...an IBM TotalStorage N6060. When the partners at Howrey voted in March 2011 to dissolve the law firm and file for...
...bidding process. Through eLawForum, Unocal hired now-defunct law firm Howrey. According to Unocal's brief, the company agreed to pay Howrey a...
D4, a Rochester, N.Y.-based provider of litigation support and e-discovery software and services founded in 1997, recently hired Cynthia Courtney as the company's new vice president of discovery engi
...Thomas Nolan, then at Howrey & Simon). My boss sent me to work with the Howrey trial...
We're an opinionated bunch here at LTN online. David Snow, ALM's editorial director of technology, opened the floodgates and in poured the commentary as he launched the site in "Welcome to the New 'L
Corporate Counsel's 2011 Patent Litigation Survey, which ranks law firms on how many federal district court patent cases they handled in 2010, finds patent business growing
...joining Apple in 2007, Kyriacou had been a senior IP associate at Howrey. He joined the firm in 2001 after graduating from UC-Hastings law...
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