The American Lawyer
...will pay a record $34 million to settle claims that it committed visa fraud and abuse. ...
...the most serious charges about its immigration practices, including claims of systemic visa fraud. Instead, it only admits that it failed to maintain accurate employment...
To combat the international scourge of human trafficking, White & Case rallied its mighty global network and attacked the issue on several fronts
These six lawyers (and one nonlawyer) brought change to the staid world of law firm management
...the lead in objecting to a $7.25 billion deal that MasterCard, Visa, and a group of card-issuing banks struck last July to resolve...
...officials that she was marrying for love, not just to obtain a visa. On the day of the wedding, prison guards sliced the...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Macau's gaming industry is in the chips—but there's also legal uncertainty in spades
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
With head count up sharply, immigration shop Fragomen moves onto The Am Law 100
In fiscal 2012, The Am Law 100—which has a new leader in gross revenue this year—posted modest gains on all our key metrics. Read the complete package
...trio of plaintiffs firms that inked a $7.25 billion deal with Visa and MasterCard last summer want a 10 percent cut for their trouble...
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