Data shows that the tech sector was responsible for much of the global dealmaking activity last year and recently racked up nearly $3 billion in value and yielded assignments for Am Law 200 stalwarts
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
... American Broadcasting Companies Inc. et. al. v...39;s health groups, and medical professional...
...stole the Fordham show, pronouncing that "I'm developing a group of assassins who are going to [reform] the profession." His presentation...
...hit at least a dozen American businesses with enforcement actions over...The FTC charged that LabMD Inc. had deficient data-protection practices...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Deloitte survey shows corporations aren't prepared for fraud management. Plus more e-discovery musical chairs and more channels on Apple TV
After planes, trains, buses, bicycles, subways and roller skates, we catch up with recent moves
Despite decades of effort and millions of dollars spent, the U.K.'s Magic Circle firms still haven't made a dent in the New York market
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
...McKesson Corp., Microsoft Corp., Google Inc., PricewaterhouseCoopers, Intel Corp., General Electric...Motor Sales USA, KIA America, American Airlines, just to name a...
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