We researched the fortune 100 to find Out which law firms they used in 2007 in each of the following practice areas: corporate transactions, torts and negligence, commercial law and contracts litigat
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...s Sterns & Weinroth, Newark's Sills Cummis Epstein & Gross and Newark's Saiber Schlesinger Satz & Goldstein - seem content to leave it that way, at least...
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...William Maderer is untangling just such a tale. Maderer, of Saiber, Schlesinger, Satz & Goldstein, was hired by Princeton University to investigate the entry...
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