Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney is deep into merger talks with Tampa-based Fowler White Boggs, according to top management of both firms
Lately, I have been meeting with lots of lawyers who fall into two categories. First, those that have come out of senior legal positions within the government and therefore have no clients, and secon
...department said that, several years ago, election officials in a number of Midwestern states created a plan to cross-check voter registration databases. The program...
Following is a listing of executive action for the week of August 19. Members of the General Assembly are scheduled to return to session September 23
...quot; Written in what he describes as his "dry and midwestern" tone—which some might consider simply sarcastic—Coulson'...
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...satellite offices. "We had a situation where a large Midwestern law firm had a satellite office in Palm Beach, Fla., and the...
Among the issues facing law firms is how to train new law school graduates in the art and practice of law in the midst of billing pressures and client concerns that they are footing the bill to train
As the issue of gun violence has gripped Philadelphia this summer, the First Judicial District is taking the next step to reform bail on an interim basis by increasing, to the maximum under current g
Lawyers from Winston & Strawn and Husch Blackwell delivered a $1 billion patent verdict for Monsanto Co. against rival DuPont in a case that raised eyebrows among the intellectual property bar becaus
A former male police officer applied for and was offered a job with a federal government agency, which was then rescinded days after the agency was informed the job applicant was transitioning to fem
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