Andrews Kurth heads to London; Bingham McCutchen grabs seven lawyers in Tokyo; and a Munger, Tolles & Olson partner plans a move to the Southern Poverty Law Center. The Churn is constant. Please sen
Dickstein Shapiro loses a partner to Jones Day in Washington, D.C.; Bryan Cave poaches five attorneys from Sutherland Asbill & Brennan; and a former Dewey & LeBoeuf partner, most recently with Linkla
Taken together, Katten Muchin Rosenman's recent move into Houston and a spate of lateral hires shows that a boom in energy-related work continues to attract new Am Law firms to Space City while motiv
...the next month. Deegan focuses primarily on energy and natural resources transactions. Last year, he and fellow Hong Kong partner Vivien Yang...
In a move aimed at bolstering its energy division, General Electric announced Monday that it has agreed to acquire Lufkin Industries—a Texas-based provider of artificial lift technology for the
K&L Gates opens an office in Wilmington, Delaware; Morrison & Foerster strengthens its privacy and data security practices with three new hires; and Sedgwick acquires Abadin Cook to open a Miami loca
Jones Day hires a bankruptcy partner from Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft; Cozen O'Connor loses the cochair of its family law practice to Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel; and Quinn Emanuel Urquhart
...first quarter. Spectra, which is already a major operator of natural gas pipelines, will buy a one-third stake in the Express-Platte...
...You're just going to see law firms devoting more and more resources to the practice of health care litigation." While working...
...variety of energy-related areas, from those working with renewable resources to operators of natural gas pipelines, in matters before the Commodity Futures Trading Commission...
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