Andrews Kurth heads to London; Bingham McCutchen grabs seven lawyers in Tokyo; and a Munger, Tolles & Olson partner plans a move to the Southern Poverty Law Center. The Churn is constant. Please sen
The Silicon Valley office of Bingham McCutchen adds three new corporate attorneys; two former Husch Blackwell?partners join a labor and employment boutique; and the former U.S. ambassador to Romania
...secrets. Arnold & Porter has announced the arrival of...his experience representing institutional lenders, hedge funds, private equity funds, and...
Apple wins the largest patent victory ever against Samsung—that is, if the award stands
Antitrust is in the spotlight as Visa and MasterCard settle a class action for $7 billion and Microsoft gets a $3.5 billion suit tossed
Defendant Ion Geophysical, represented by Porter Hedges, has vowed to fight a jury's findings that the company...
...was previously with Arnold & Porter. Corporate partner ...
The FDIC must reimburse shareholders of a bank seized in 1992, and Daiichi Sankyo settles with the feds, plus In Re General Electric Co. Securities Litigation; Fairfax Financial v. S.A.C. Capital Man
MBIA and other monolines lost billions insuring toxic mortgage-backed securities. So they went after the banks that securitized the loans. So far they’re winning. Will they be the ones who make
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