Former Howard Rice chairman Doug Winthrop says the firm's merger with Arnold & Porter allowed its lawyers to continue to practice at the same level, but many associates not keen to make the switch ha
Originally Published: The Recorder
A former New York Times in-house attorney joins Jenner & Block's New York office; Zuckerman Spaeder adds a former Manhattan federal district court judge; and K&L Gates makes its first partner hire Do
In a year when few lawyers expected soaring profits, given the still-sluggish economy, D.C. firms generally mustered decent showings in 2012, according to firm leaders and legal consultants
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram recruits a former Freddie Mac official; DLA Piper brings aboard a former managing partner and CEO of Blank Rome; and Baker Hostetler hires a leading employment lawyer form
Cleary Gottlieb hires the FDIC's general counsel; Goodwin Procter snags Linkaters's U.K. investment team head; and DLA Piper has a new aerospace, defense, and government services cohead. The Churn is
Two Am Law 100 firms that showed strong gains in 2011— Arnold & Porter and Baker & Hostetler—benefited from active practices involving special investigations
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
...Midsize firm Howard Rice Nemerovski Canady Falk & Rabkin is merging with Washington, D.C.-based Arnold & Porter, sibling publication...
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