Though The American Lawyer's Global 100 rankings won't be official until October, it's clear that even another record financial performance won't help Baker & McKenzie catch DLA Piper on this year's
...for PPR: Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton Bidder: Toyota Tsusho Corporation Counsel: Baker & McKenzie; CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre...
... One of those trading companies, Nagoya-based Toyota Tsusho, ...
...law firms Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier and CMS Francis Lefebvre in Toyota Tsusho Corp.'s acquisition of a 30-percent stake in CFAO Group...
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...owner, general contractor, and other subcontractors (Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Texas, Toyota Tsusho America, Inc., Automatic Fire Protection, Walbridge Aldinger Company, Bartlett Cocke Operations...
Your corporate client is sued by a former employee. During discovery, you identify to your adversary certain employees as witnesses. You, as outside counsel, discuss with your client the possibility
Philip M. Berkowitz, a partner at Nixon Peabody, writes: Your corporate client is sued for alleged discrimination by a former employee. In the course of discovery, you identify to your adversary cert
...Clients ranging from Countrywide Home Loans Inc. to Flextronics Corp. to Toyota Tsusho America Inc. turn to Stern, 45, for assistance in managing their...
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