Racing to capitalize on deal work tied to Africa's abundance of natural resources, Am Law 100 firms are opening offices and forging alliances across the booming continent. Now DLA Piper, the world's
The 43 litigation partners at Debevoise produced two $25 billion results, a pair of trial defense wins worth $3.5 billion apiece, and the biggest investor-state award in arbitration history. No other
...when he took on a pro bono case that launched what has...
With college bowl season upon us, The Am Law Daily decided to review the tax filings made by the nonprofits that stage the big-ticket events to determine which law firms have a hand in the festivitie
...an independent streak, took the pro bono suit all the way to...
In the six years since Covington last appeared as a finalist in this contest, its litigation group has grown a whopping 40 percent. Most importantly, it shed its image as a cerebral firm that won't c
...students to counsel, on a pro bono basis, refugees from the wars...
...Sutcliffe partner Joshua Rosenkranz did pro bono. The judge disagreed
David McGee, a former federal prosecutor and current partner at Pensacola's Beggs & Lane, knew former FBI agent Robert Levinson was working for the Central Intelligence Agency when he went missing in
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