...Capital. A team from Paul, Weiss, Rifkin, Wharton & Garrison represented Allied Partners: Steven Simkin...
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As one of eight brothers who played college football, Derriel McCorvey says he has the game in his blood. Now the Louisiana lawyer is trying to make the National Football League bleed over claims tha
...Bob Laufer was a bankruptcy and litigation attorney with Paul, Weiss, Rifkin, Wharton & Garrison in New York. When he retired in 1999, he went...
A federal judge on September 25 certified as class actions a pair of suits claiming Merck & Co. and former Schering-Plough Corp. withheld information about the effectiveness of the anti-cholesterol d
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
A federal judge certifies as class actions a pair of suits claiming Merck & Co. and the former Schering-Plough Corporation withheld information about the effectiveness of the anticholesterol drug Vyt
As the New York City Council questions the impact of the 19-month-old system under which 24,000 dining establishments get letter grades reflecting the results of health department inspections, The Am
...Mark Rifkin of Wolf...
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