...sought to recover $1 billion that the owners of the New York Mets had withdrawn from their Madoff accounts before the Ponzi scheme was uncovered...
Haynes and Boone is advising ESL Investments, a hedge fund controlled by Sears CEO Edward Lampert, on the reduction of its stake in the retail giant, which is seeking to sell off its Lands' End and S
In an unprecedented move that has pulled in plenty of lawyers, Major League Baseball on Monday suspended 13 players linked to controversial south Florida anti-aging clinic Biogenesis. The player hit
With Major League Baseball reportedly set to suspend a star-studded gaggle of players after reaching a settlement with the founder of a defunct Miami anti-aging clinic that allegedly dispensed perfor
...from the American or National leagues. We had a bunch of Mets and Yankee fans who wanted to play, recalls Colton, who adds...
With demand for corporate work slack through most of the year and clients continuing to apply rate pressure, 12 elite Am Law 100 firms—with a handful of exceptions—made only slight gains
"The legal system in this country is not a toy for rich idiots to play with," Bill Maher said Friday night on his HBO show in response to a $5 million lawsuit Donald Trump filed against him after the
A U.S. Department of Labor filing reveals the legal fees racked up by the NBA players union during last year's lockout, Major League Baseball leans on its in-house lawyers to negotiate a new $6.8 bil
O'Melveny & Myers, which helped bring the Dodgers from Brooklyn to Los Angeles, is taking the lead on the proposed $800 million sale of the San Diego Padres to a group led by former Dodgers owner Pet
The problems buffeting his firm—where he serves on the four-partner office of the chairman—haven't sidelined Dewey & LeBoeuf global litigation practice chair and sports litigation cochair
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