Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis is set to acquire all of the attorneys at litigation and government relations boutique Trujillo, Rodriguez & Richards
Phones were ringing across the country with former law school classmates wondering if their friends' new associate positions at white-shoe firms were in jeopardy, too
Litigator Matthew D'Annunzio has joined Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg after about a decade at Blank Rome, where he was a partner in the commercial litigation group, citing a desire to move away fro
...2002 after the failed merger of his old firm, Mesirov Gelman Jaffe Cramer & Jamieson, with Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis. Ballard...
Corporate work is not just for big firms anymore. A growing number of solo corporate attorneys and small corporate boutiques have emerged in the last two years to fill what they see as a gap in the P
After a turbulent decade for the firm, the recent leadership change at 200-lawyer Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis brings to light questions about where similar-sized firms fit in and where they are h
Neal Grabell served as outside counsel for electronic retailer QVC Inc. when it was a fledgling startup in 1986 and joined the company a year later as its general counsel and only attorney
...Dabrow joined Schnader Harrison through its 2000 merger with Mesirov Gelman Jaffe Cramer & Jamieson. He was said at the time to have been one...
Imagine that you have to tell the parents of a college student that they are not entitled to see their daughter's grades, information about her campus activities or even the notes of her visits to th
Flaster Greenberg picked up one of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney?s labor and employment shareholders in Philadelphia earlier this month
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