A half-dozen Am Law 100 firms have landed lead advisory roles on the proposed $11 billion merger of American Airlines parent AMR and US Airways Group — a Valentine's Day deal that could create
For decades, most companies didn't worry much about the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, an obscure regulatory backwater whose lawyers brought a few dozen enforcement actions a year. Now, t
...DRONEY, Circuit Judges.VACATED and REMANDED.Appellants Liquidators of Lehman BrothersAustralia Limited ("LB Australia") and Dante Noteholders appeal from a...
...for its work on behalf of such big-ticket debtors as Lehman Brothers and Washington Mutual. ...
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...that month, Trian assigned the note and deed of trust to Lehman Brothers Bank, FSB. A few years later, Montgomery defaulted on his loan...
Business of law remained stable after the meltdown because of financial, managerial, psychological, tech factors
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...a bigger economic pie continued right up until the collapse of Lehman Brothers in the fall of 2008.Prior to 2008, the...
Lawrence W. Newman and David Zaslowsky, members of Baker & McKenzie, ask: Could there have been a different outcome to the Dewey & LeBoeuf debacle if it had made what appears to have been ill-advise
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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