...practiced complex business litigation for the Hartford firm formerly known as Pepe & Hazard. Though his humanist beliefs weren't the primary...
In a climate where clients seek a wider range of expertise from the law firms they hire, along with the economies of scale that only a larger operation can provide, it was not unusual that there were
In a climate where clients seek a wider range of expertise from the law firms they hire, along with the economies of scale that only a larger operation can provide, it's not at all unusual to see lar
...based in New Jersey that recently merged with Hartford's former Pepe & Hazard. McLachlan turned 70 in June, reaching the mandatory retirement...
Last week, the Law Tribune released its Trib 25 listings of the highest grossing firms in Connecticut. In performing the months of research for the project, one thing became clear: non-lawyer manager
When it comes to a practice area that is resilient in the face of an economic downturn, labor and employment law would be near the top of the list
Like water seeking its own level, new partnerships rose this year to 150 — their prerecession average. It was as strong a resurgence as the earlier fall-off was precipitous
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