Of firms on NLJ's first survey, three-quarters remain among the nation's largest. What kept them on top
...were alumni of the defunct Boston technology and life sciences firm Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault. "At the end of the...
...a past association: All worked for the now-defunct Boston firm Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault, which was also known for its intellectual property work...
National Law Journal
Clifford Chance's latest round of attorney layoffs was supposed to unfold according to a carefully choreographed sequence of events. Law firm leaders spent a month developing a plan for how to tell 2
Last year's grandest mergers created bicoastal giants, but much of the attorney movement, which slowed slightly overall in 2007, was on a smaller scale as more small and midsize firms joined the merg
...all alumni of the defunct Boston technology and life sciences firm Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault. Boston is a natural market Cooley because it...
Until recently, electronic data discovery seemed to crop up in only the largest corporate litigations or in one-off judicial decisions. But a spate of high-profile corporate meltdowns, white collar t
...a partner in the patent and intellectual property law department at Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault. Miles & Stockbridge (Baltimore): Gianna Julian Arnold joins the...
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