...work has created a rush by Am Law 200 firms to open offices thereas well as in New York and Delaware. ...
Berkshire/3G Capital/Heinz; Dell LBO; Liberty Global/Virgin Media; Zoetis IP
The two Am Law 100 firms—along with Delaware shops Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell and Richards, Layton & Finger—have stepped into the takeover battle for Dell, whose $24.4 billion lever
Detroit has retained Jones Day—a firm known for handling restructuring work across the industrial Midwest, including key clients in the U.S. auto industry—as it seeks to fight the state o
Law firms are reaping the benefits of an ongoing financial crunch plaguing the world's shipping fleets. White & Case, for instance, is representing creditors of restructuring Danish shipper Torm and
...Crutcher and Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell argue that...
Against the backdrop of a rare public meeting on the subject of large legal fees in big corporate bankruptcies, Hughes Hubbard & Reed corporate reorganization and bankruptcy group chair James Giddens
Guggenheim Baseball / Los Angeles Dodgers; Nestl? / Pfizer Infant-Nutrition Uni
...Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell. ...
...last summer. Bruce Bennett, the managing partner of Dewey's Los Angeles office, is leading a team from the firm advising the storied franchise....
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