...Alcoa manager as “well versed in the normal ways of Middle East business”—assisted in negotiations for long-term alumina supply...
...253 million to settle federal charges it bribed officials in the Middle East and Africa to win business. Switzerland-based Weatherford will...
A close look at the proposed combination of Patton Boggs and Locke Lord suggests there are reasons beyond mere size for both firms to consider joining forces
A new international clearinghouse offers trademark owners a means to protect their property
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Lance Armstrong's attorneys filed motions to dismiss on July 23, arguing the government allegationsthat Armstrong's drug use violated a U.S. Postal Service sponsorship contractare time-ba
National Law Journal
The Survey of Law Firm Economics, a joint project of The National Law Journal and ALM Legal Intelligence, shows that at law firms with more than 150 attorneys, revenue per lawyer (RPL) rose by 8.5 pe
A federal appeals court in Washington has declared unconstitutional the federal law that allowed Americans born in Jerusalem to identify "Israel" as their place of birth on a U.S. passport
National Law Journal
In back-to-back, divided rulings on Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court raised the bar for employees seeking to prove discrimination in their workplaces
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