Fourteen firms pitched Motor City officials with proposals detailing how they intended to help the city get out from under its crippling financial problems. A close look at the bids each firm submitt
Real estate firm Hines has announced the sale of Manhattan office buildings at 425 Lexington Avenue and 499 Park Avenue to JPMorgan Asset Management and American Realty Advisors, respectively, for a
...business district. It represented developer SunCal Cos. in the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers Holdings, which had invested about $2.3 billion in company projects...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
A U.S. bankruptcy judge approved this week an $11 billion merger between American Airlines parent AMR and U.S. Airways Group. In other big bankruptcies of note, Kirkland & Ellis is advising Atlantic
In an unsettled economy, transactions lawyers had their hands full last year with spin-offs, divestitures, and junk bonds
...the Equity deal, Archstone was best known for its purchase by Lehman Brothers for $22 billion in 2007; auditors later cited that purchase as...
With demand for corporate work slack through most of the year and clients continuing to apply rate pressure, 12 elite Am Law 100 firms—with a handful of exceptions—made only slight gains
...Do you remember Erin Callan, the former CFO of Lehman Brothers? The onetime associate at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, who rose quickly...
An in-depth look at the circumstances that led James Woolery, who left Cravath, Swaine & Moore two years ago to become cohead of JPMorgan Chase's North American M&A group, to join Cadwalader, Wickers
A year that saw Weil, Gotshal & Manges expand its partnership ranks significantly ended with the firm's gross revenues essentially flat at $1.229 billion and its profits per partner down 8.6 percent
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