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With Thursday's Chapter 9 filing, the hard-pressed Motor City took its first legal step toward what will be the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history—and set off a scramble among a bevy
...at Cleveland's McDonald Hopkins, serves as DDR's general counsel. Another McDonald Hopkins alum...
In our latest look at sports and the law, The Am Law Daily does some spring cleaning by tracking down the legal fees accrued by the National Football League Players Association in its collective barg
Jackson Lewis became the latest national labor and employment firm to launch in a new locale Wednesday when it announced the opening of an outpost in San Juan, its 51st office and first outside the c
Sidley Austin's work advising the Tribune Company through four years of Chapter 11 proceedings that ended last month have generated more than $100 million in fees and expenses for the firm. In additi
Mayer Brown is advising a group led by Ocwen Financial on its $3 billion acquisition of bankrupt mortgage lender Residential Capital's loan servicing assets, while Munger Tolles is representing Warre
... EDMUND SEARBY has left McDonald Hopkins for Baker & Hostetler...
...Kang is working on tax matters. Fogler, Rubinoff and McDonald Hopkins are serving as legal counsel to Neo Material. Both firms declined...
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