...against several prominent e-discovery companies, filed by non-practicing entity Lone Star Document Management LLC, are beginning to wind their way through legal...
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Reed Smith saw its second straight year of revenue growth in 2011 while profits per equity partner took a dip of nearly 3 percent in a year that saw profit margins squeezed as expenses increased
...father, ex-husband and current husband is not Philadelphia but the Lone Star state. Plaintiffs Deborah F. Gibson and Lark Gibson argued...
Blank Rome is set to enter the Texas market in a more official way with the acquisition of 10-attorney litigation boutique Abrams Scott & Bickley in Houston
The fight was long and ugly, and there were no clear-cut winners. But Congress last week finally passed a budget for fiscal year 2011
Blank Rome saw a 3.4 percent dip in gross revenue in 2010 but managed a 6 percent rise in profits thanks in part to its prepayment of 2010 expenses out of 2009 profits, the firm said
...Counsel Joseph Speelman wasn't an official office opening in the Lone Star State, it did signal the firm's continued commitment to one...
Texas' largest firms have hired fewer first-year associates than they did a year ago. But most of those new associates are beginning their jobs this fall -- the traditional starting season -- rather
Are lawyers more licentious than ever? Or is the profession just getting more uptight about sexual transgressions
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