With college bowl season upon us, The Am Law Daily decided to review the tax filings made by the nonprofits that stage the big-ticket events to determine which law firms have a hand in the festivitie
...the error. Baker & McKenzie's JAMES ROSSITER...
* Total goes in-house for a $3.6 billion New Guinea oil and gas deal* Freshfields takes the lead on planned $2.8 billion China Everbright Bank IPO* Allens and Clifford Chance on $1 billion U.S.-China
*Skadden acts on U.S. IPO for Chinese classified advertising site 58.com*WongPartnership advises real estate developer Ascendas on new Indian property fund*Rahmat Lim & Partners and Allen & Gledhill
*Morrison & Foerster guides Global Logistics Properties on creation of $3 billion fund*Simpson Thacher leads Chinese gaming company Boyaa Interactive's $127 million IPO*Gadens advises PanAust on majo
...from conglomerate Fraser & Neave. Baker & McKenzie is currently advising ...
...Dornbush Schaeffer Strongin & Venaglia, NYC (corporate, M&A, tax); Faegre Baker Daniels, Minneapolis (ethics, compliance); Fredrickson & Byron, Minneapolis (contracts, labor, litigation); Moses...
The list of the names of the 8,098 candidates who passed the bar examination given on July 30 and 31
...DAVID ZASLOWSKY (2002) Baker & McKenzie INTERNATIONAL LITIGATION ...
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