Most law firms are wary of suing lawyers. Diamond McCarthy is not one of them. The Texas-based litigation shop has been hired by Dewey & LeBoeuf's liquidation trustee, Alan Jacobs, to pursue claims a
Ropes & Gray has settled a two-year-old discrimination lawsuit brought by former partner Patricia Martone, who claimed management routinely passed her clients off to younger male partners and unfairl
A heated dispute between Citibank and a former Dewey & LeBoeuf partner over what the bank claimed was his unpaid capital contribution loan was quietly resolved on May 8 when Southern District Judge L
Former Dewey & LeBoeuf chairman Steven Davis has agreed to pay the bankrupt firm's estate more than $500,000 as part of a broader settlement that is expected to insulate him from most future claims r
Kaye Scholer has finalized a settlement with the U.S. Trustee's Office requiring the firm to forfeit fees it was paid or expected to be paid for its work on the Chapter 11 case of investment firm GSC
Three years after joining Bingham McCutchen as head of the securities enforcement practice after stepping down as FINRA's enforcement chief, Susan Merrill is decamping to Sidley Austin with 10 other
An attorney representing Ropes & Gray insisted at a March 27 hearing that the firm fired a 63-year-old female partner in fall 2010 because it no longer made economic sense to keep her, not because it
The Washington, D.C.-based firm has announced that John Nonna is taking on the role. Nonna, 64, left Dewey & LeBoeuf last April to join Patton Boggs as part of a four-lawyer group
Three months after Debevoise & Plimpton management informed its partners it would no longer be handling private client work, a seven-lawyer trusts and estates team led by partner Jonathan Rikoon has
The first round of lawsuits aimed at clawing back both the money former Howrey partners were paid by the firm before it dissolved and the revenue earned from assignments they brought to the firms whe
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