...absorbed his previous firm McKee Nelson. De Sear's high-profile move to McKee Nelson...
A former Am Law 200 firm with offices in Atlanta and Washington, D.C., Dow Lohnes has seen its attorney ranks cut nearly in half over the past three years amid a spate of lateral defections. Now&mdas
A year after he was charged by federal prosecutors in New Jersey with distributing child pornography, former Allen & Overy capital markets partner Edward De Sear was arrested again Thursday on additi
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett has billed the federal government for nearly $100,000 in excess fees for work connected to the Troubled Asset Relief Program, according to a special inspector general's qua
The U.K.'s Ashurst has finally found an international merger partner, in Australia's Blake Dawson. Can it tie the knot with an American firm, too
...based partners Bradford Whitehurst, Bill McKee, Gary Huffman, Jasper Howard, and...of Sunoco include antitrust partner Nelson Fitts, compensation and benefits partner...
While a recent report by Troubled Asset Relief Program inspector general Christy Romero didn't single out any specific firms for their work on the massive bailout program, it did serve as a reminder
...D.C., office space left over from the 2009 merger with McKee Nelson and also cut payroll sharply by trimming staff. Partner...
...Layton & Finger. $3 million to Bingham McCutchen and McKee Nelson, which merged in 2009. The combined entity served as special tax...
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