The Southeastern Conference turned to Charlotte's Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson to advise on a sports network deal with ESPN; Rutgers replaces Cahill Gordon with Skadden for an internal probe of its em
Fish & Richardson IP partner John Dragseth and Emory University School of Law professor Timothy Holbrook are representing Brendan Ayanbadejo and Chris Kluwe on the amicus brief the players have filed
Akerman Senterfitt and Skadden worked on either side of a new stadium rights naming deal for the National Football League's Cleveland Browns, while a local firm scored the work for the owners of Majo
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Covington & Burling, Proskauer Rose, Squire Sanders, and Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz are advising on the $1 billion sale of the National Football League's Cleveland Browns from Randy Lerner to tru
The 2012 Summer Olympics opened in London over the weekend, providing an array of opportunities for leading Am Law 200 and international firms, as well as competitive opportunities for a pair of form
O'Melveny & Myers, which helped bring the Dodgers from Brooklyn to Los Angeles, is taking the lead on the proposed $800 million sale of the San Diego Padres to a group led by former Dodgers owner Pet
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