In a unanimous decision related to the Thelen bankruptcy, a three-judge federal appellate panel ruled Friday that a New York appeals court should decide whether the remnants of law firms that dissolv
...U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit related to the Thelen and Coudert Brothers bankruptcies that stem from conflicting district court opinions as...
Pending court approval, Howrey trustee Allan Diamond can count on adding another $2.02 million to the defunct law firm's coffers after reaching settlements this week with Covington & Burling, Kirklan
In the first of two related cases to come before the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, a three-judge panel heard arguments Monday about why Thelen's bankruptcy estate should have
Three years after considering the credentials of the lawyers littering Forbes' annual list of America's 400 richest people, The Am Law Daily decided to revisit the wealth rankings and examine the leg
...suits in law firm bankruptcies. In June 2012 it settled with the Thelen estate for work taken by 17 energy lawyers it hired in New...
A half-dozen firms—including Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman; Ropes & Gray, and Shearman & Sterling—have teamed up to battle litigation launched earlier this year by the Howrey bankruptcy
...2008 from now-defunct Thelen.) The USGA...
Two key lateral hires by DLA Piper in 2011 helped the firm pick up the lead debtors' counsel role to Orchard Supply Hardware Stores, which filed for bankruptcy this week and sought to sell the bulk o
Last week was filled with 18-hour days for Glen Nager, but the Jones Day issues and appeals chair and U.S. Golf Association president wasn't complaining. After all, despite some weather delays, the U
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