...that includes professional sports team owners, U.S.-based multinationals, New York hedge funds, investment banks and commercial lenders. Two years ago, Rossiter ...
In a historic ruling handed down Tuesday, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes approved Detroit's Chapter 9 petition and made the Motor City the largest U.S. municipality ever to declare itself legall
In her International Banking column, Kathleen A. Scott, counsel at Arnold & Porter, writes that after the financial crisis demonstrated that previously adopted market risk standards did not provide f
Seth Levy has been named managing partner of Nixon Peabody's Los Angeles office. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
Austin boutique Yetter Coleman sought to disqualify an arbitrator from a client matter, after one of its name partners scored a Texas Supreme Court victory against the arbitrator's former firm. But t
Notice to the bar
...acquisitions practice.. . . Michael T. Larkin has joined Porter Hedges in Houston as a partner in the corporate practice group. ...
... Porter Hedges represented Par Petroleum Corp. of Houston when its subsidiary acquired Tesoro...
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