...Losicco, now coming up for parole, a Manhattan corporate lawyer has...served on the local school board. Mr. Prouty had been a...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Lawyers from White & Case's London office work to clear a man's name in a 30-year-old murder case
...Rivera in May 2009, and sentenced him to life in prison without parole. (Rivera's plight was detailed in a November 27 New York Times...
In the aftermath of the January earthquake in Haiti, Am Law 200 firms responded en masse, with more than 35 firms donating a total of almost $3 million to relief efforts. Beyond the outpouring of fun
At first glance, James Perdigao might seem like just another high-living rogue of our new gilded age. In March, Adams and Reese's former top-billing partner pled guilty to bilking the firm and its ga
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