Doing their part to launch a surefire local rivalry for Major League Soccer's New Jersey?based New York Red Bulls, Akin Gump, DLA Piper, Herrick Feinstein, and Paul Hastings all landed roles on the $
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
The lawyer guiding Dewey & LeBoeuf through Chapter 11 vowed never to take on another law firm bankruptcy case. Then the firm that gave him one of his first important referrals went down in flames
It would take more than a few scorecards to list the teams of lawyers from Boies Schiller, Fried Frank, Herrick Feinstein, Hogan Lovells, Jenner & Block, Skadden, and Weil advising on "Project Homer"
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
...the years I've seen lots of other big firms implode: Shea & Gould (1994); Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison (2003); Coudert (2005); Heller Ehr...
Experience shows that most major law firm failures wind up in prolonged, acrimonious court fights between bankruptcy estates and at least some former partners. Former Dewey & LeBoeuf partners must de
Unless they abandon outdated assumptions about growth, firms won't survive a crisis of their own making, a leading academic argues
The denial of a Dewey & LeBoeuf motion to use cash collateral held by primary secured creditor J.P. Morgan Chase—which backed the move—was among the key developments at the initial hearin
While the National Football League season might be over, and a new collective bargaining agreement is in place, the legal battles between the league and its players are intensifying. A $1 billion col
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