The 43 litigation partners at Debevoise produced two $25 billion results, a pair of trial defense wins worth $3.5 billion apiece, and the biggest investor-state award in arbitration history. No other
Brown Rudnick opens a Paris office and brings on California's state treasurer to work part-time; BuckleySandler hires a lawyer from Weil, Gotshal & Manges; and Debevoise & Plimpton poaches the cohead
...of litigation under the FSIA has proved, for victims of state-sponsored terrorism, to be a journey down a never-ending road littered with barriers...
Kirkland & Ellis made the latest in a string of major lateral hires Tuesday, announcing that Robert Khuzami, the SEC's former head of enforcement, has joined the firm as partner in the government, re
In the 10 years since the first A-List, only four firms have returned every year
In the decade since we launched the Arbitration Scorecard, the cases have gotten larger and the world has gotten smaller
It's been a rough few months for plaintiffs seeking to hold companies liable in U.S. courts for overseas violence, culminating with last week's Supreme Court decision in Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petrole
Federal authorities released pictures of two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing on Thursday as firms and lawyers with Boston ties stepped up to help victims and practices in the afflicted area s
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...1, the plaintiffs claim the Lloyd's syndicates failed to honor "Terrorism Policies" in the three companies' contracts that should have covered them...
In 2008, The American Lawyer examined the increasingly lucrative specialty Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle's George Kahale had developed representing resource-rich governments, including Venezue
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