...that opportunity," said Nick Carter, a partner at Boston's Todd & Weld who argued for Scholz. Boston's Burns & Levinson also represented...
...said Scholz's lawyer Nick Carter, a partner at Boston's Todd & Weld. He added that Scholz had just received the ruling. "We...
...plaintiffs. He also appointed Heidi Nadel, a partner at Boston's Todd & Weld, as interim liaison counsel for the individual defendants. Saylor...
In a two-hour hearing, lawyers battled over whether a federal judge should order the attachment of up to $461 million in assets belonging to New England Compounding Pharmacy Inc.which is prima
A lawyer for a nonprofit organization that manages the land where Occupy Boston camped out was part of the legal behind-the-scenes wrangling that led to a Dec. 7 court order denying the protesters' b
Former employees of an investment-banking firm that collected a $14.7 million arbitration award don't get "another bite at the apple" just because they didn't pursue all available options before the
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Jan Schlichtmann hopes a Massachusetts Court of Appeals ruling that he didn't violate state law by suing fellow plaintiffs lawyers in a fee fight will revive his lower court case. The lawyer, best kn
...BOSTON —? Boston litigation firm Todd & Weld is hiring the former chief of homicide at the Suffolk County...
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