Tallying up what Am Law 200 firms are making for their work on notable matters in the news, including the Penn State sex abuse scandal, Bill Ackman's bet against Herbalife, the coming Wikipedia reboo
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Another settlement domino has fallen in the Heller Ehrman bankruptcy litigation, with Greenberg Traurig agreeing to pay $4.9 million to settle the Heller estate's malpractice, conflict of interest an
Originally Published: The Recorder
...and Glenn Westthe managing partner of the firm's Dallas officeand business finance and restructuring partners Stephen Karotkin and Alfredo Perez...
...Partners in its $65 million purchase of New Boston Fund Inc.'s office portfolio in Connecticut. Antzis said the key for his firm...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
From Skadden's Roger Aaron to Sullivan & Cromwell's George Kern Jr., The Am Law Daily remembers some of the leading lights of the legal trade who died last year
Less than a year after moving into a new stadium mostly financed by $405 million in government bonds, a salary dump by Major League Baseball's Miami Marlins is reviving questions about why taxpayers
Penn State University disclosed late Tuesday that it has spent nearly $17 million on fees paid to outside lawyers, consultants, and public relations professionals as a result of the Jerry Sandusky ch
A look at which firms on this year's survey rose the highest compared to last year—and which ones fell the furthest
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