Notice to the bar
Dewey and LeBoeuf crashed because of its reliance on the Big Law model, which pays based on a black-box calculation — an often speculative and arbitrary method
...Brobeck Phleger & Harrison; Heller Ehrman; Thacher Proffitt & Wood; Wolf Block; Howrey; and now, Dewey & LeBoeuf. As I worked with many of these...
...bankruptcy have not, said Allan Diamond, the Chapter 11 trustee in the Howrey bankruptcy. Diamond, the Houston-based managing partner of Diamond McCarthy, said he...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Notice to the bar
...35 Howrey, Washington, DC (antitrust); McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, Morristown (labor and employment...
While the nation's 100 highest-grossing firms rebounded from a disastrous 2009 by posting healthy gains in 2010, gains at the Second Hundred were less robust
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