Lawyers from firms including Arnold & Porter; Dechert; Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson; and Sullivan & Cromwell donated thousands of hours of pro bono time last year seeking to block voter
Covington & Burling is advising AOL and Microsoft in response to the National Security Agency's secret surveillance data requests, as the ex?government contractor who leaked details about the governm
Two years after the first state-by-state breakdowns of annual law graduate and lawyer surpluses revealed just how bleak the legal industry's employment picture had become, revised state government da
A decade after Monsanto licensed its soybean patents to DuPont, the two companies signed a second licensing deal. In between came bitter court fights, an embarrassing sanctions order, and a record-se
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...the two schools featured in the article, University of North TexasDallas College of Law and Indiana Tech, don't have that excuse....
...in 1971 after graduating from law school. Tabler went on to Indiana University Health 25 years later, serving as senior vice president and general...
Occidental Petroleum wins a hefty $2.3 billion in investment treaty dispute with Ecuador
...Elihu Yale, for whom Yale University is namedwere among the countrys first settlers....
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