...partners and three times the average $604 hourly rate among partners at NLJ 350 firms. Gibson Dunn chairman and managing partner Ken Doran said Olson...
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Aluminum giant Alcoa Inc. will pay $384 million to settle charges by the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that the company violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices
Harvard Law School has received a $10 million donation from media magnate and alumnus Sumner Redstone. The money will bolster the Sumner M. Redstone Fellowships for Public Service—a program cre
Attorneys who filed class actions against Target Corp. over its security breach last month have moved to coordinate the swelling tide of litigation, estimated at nearly 50 lawsuits
A longtime professor at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago has filed suit, claiming administrators violated the Americans With Disabilities Act when they declined to accommodate his depression a
One of the most controversial—and costly—rules in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission history faced tough scrutiny Tuesday by panel of federal appellate judges, who questioned whether
Buffer zones are not just for abortion clinics. That is the message the State and Local Legal Center wants to convey to the Supreme Court as it considers McCullen v. Coakley, set for argument on Jan.
Two lawyers arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court this month have given new meaning to the phrase "busy holiday season.
A federal appeals court threw out a 14-year prison sentence and ordered a new trial in a child pornography case because a judge didn't remove a juror who couldn't vow to give the defendant a fair tri
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