Fidelma Fitzpatrick was co-lead trial counsel for a group of California municipalities that won a ruling ordering three companies to pay $1.1 billion to clean up lead paint in older homes
...equity firms Clayton, Dubilier & Rice and Kravis Kohlberg & Roberts...according to investing website The Motley Fool. Sysco says...
...harbor. It's also true that Ron Motley and Joseph Rice probably spent a little more on decorating their new offices...
Gibson Dunn hit a serious snag this week in its defense of ITT Educational Services Inc., the for-profit education company plagued by long-running allegations over its business and student recruitmen
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
Occidental Petroleum wins a hefty $2.3 billion in investment treaty dispute with Ecuador
Paul Clement and the tiny firm he joined in 2011 have already taken on gay marriage, immigration, health care, voting rights, and redistricting. What's next
...African plaintiffs are two U.S. plaintiffs firms, Hausfeld LLP and Motley Rice. The firms are separately funding parallel cases and providing advice and...
...government contractors concerned about FCA liability, but a big win for Motley Rice and a Lockheed Martin whistleblower who claims the company understated the...
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