Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft has named corporate cochair James Woolery to become head of the firm. Woolery, a Kentucky native and former business development chair at Cravath, Swaine & Moore who lef
* Gibson Dunn advising Hong Kong teleco on proposed $2.4 billion acquisition of local rival* Allen & Gledhill, Simpson on GIC's $2.8 billion buyout of Blackstone's stake in a London development* King
Weil, Gotshal & Manges loses another lawyer to Sidley Austin; a renewable energy team in Chicago, San Francisco and New York joins Morgan, Lewis & Bockius from Foley & Lardner; and Edwards Wildman Pa
A pair of Dewey & LeBoeuf defectors now with Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld are advising the Palestinian Power Generation Company on a 20-year, $1.2 billion deal to purchase natural gas from Israel's
...and antitrust winner Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett are climbing. Employment stalwarts like Morgan, Lewis & Bockius and Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker are starting to...
When the financial crisis meltdown morphed into securities litigation, Paul Weiss was at the ready?winning key victories for big banks in court and at the bargaining table, especially for Citi
...that left the monoline insurer unable to pay out on their policies. (Morgan Stanley alone collected $1.1 billion.) And Sullivan & Cromwell's...
...Alexander Macgillivray. For lead underwriters Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Morgan Stanley and J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. ...
...after a multiyear probe into alleged Chinese bribes by Davis Polk client Morgan Stanley. The same month, state and federal prosecutors opted not to criminally...
Davis Polk's elite securities team takes on everyone from the Madoff trustee to greedy shareholders
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