...on employment, health care and real estate disputes. Most recently, Bournazian was...
...from GE Capitals real estate arm. Norton Rose...
Carlton Fields is poised to merge with insurance specialty shop Jorden Burt in a deal that would create a 310-lawyer law firm with offices in Florida, New York, Washington, Atlanta, and Connecticut
Originally Published: Daily Business Review
Doing their part to launch a surefire local rivalry for Major League Soccer's New Jersey-based New York Red Bulls, Akin Gump, DLA Piper, Herrick Feinstein, and Paul Hastings all landed roles on the $
...3 billion March listing of real estate investment trust Mapletree Investments Pte...
K&L Gates hires two renewable energy partners in Portland; King & Spalding poaches from Bird & Bird to establish a London trade practice; and a fourth Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft lawyer leaves the
In a year that has seen Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman falter in Northern California, the litigation shop is building out its insurance coverage practice with a pair of hires in Los Angeles from J
American Lawyer chief European correspondent Chris Johnson meets regularly with senior legal sector figures at their favorite breakfast joints to chew over the industry's tastiest talking points. Thi
In fits and starts, the Seattle-based firm saw the benefits of going national
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