Presidential elections are the busiest time for firms and corporations to recruit top attorneys leaving government
More than half of the 182 oral arguments before the Supreme Court last term were made by familiar faces, an analysis by The National Law Journal shows. Ninety-eight, or 54 percent, of the arguments m
...corporate matters, technology transactions, employment and trademarks work, she calls Latham & Watkins. (It was a team from Latham that advised OncoMed in negotiating its...
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The fight in bankruptcy court for control of the Los Angeles Dodgers has already generated millions of dollars in requests for legal fees. And that's just to cover the preliminary innings. The game's
The story of the U.S. Supreme Court's 2010-11 term can be gleaned from the decisions on its last day: high hurdles for injured persons seeking to hold companies accountable, vigorous protection for s
Hostility towards big litigation, a passionate embrace of First Amendment speech protection, and a vigorous new dissenting voice marked a relatively low-key, sixth term of the Roberts Court
Some on The National Law Journal's list of 20 in-house counsel oversee huge operations. Others are joined by just a few attorneys and work mostly on regional issues. One thing each has in common: The
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