There arent many firms where lawyers drive around in UPS trucks for a day delivering packages. No, its not a punishment detail, but a program to enable Alston & Bird attorneys to learn more about the shipping giant, a key client. Going the extra mileliterallyto understand...
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The two firms are advising private equity-owned U.S. health care data company Passport Health Communications on its $850 million sale to Experian, a credit information giant that along with some riva
... In other Churn news … Alston & Bird has expanded its Atlanta office with new partner GEORGE ABNEY...
The Am Law Daily caught up this week with CBRE's Robert Flippin—who advised Mayer Brown on its signing this week of a lease for 187,000 square feet of space that will serve as the firm's new Ne
The chair of Dow Lohnes's patent practice has moved to Kelley Drye & Warren; Jenner & Block hires a senior litigation attorney from General Electric's GE Capital; and another Weil, Gotshal & Manges a
* Linklaters, Weil on $4 Billion offer for German bathroom fixture maker Grohe by Japan's Lixil* Chinese brokerage Haitong turns to Clifford Chance for a $715 million acquisition* Allens, Paul Weiss
In The American Lawyer?s annual Summer Associates Survey, the 3,963 would-be lawyers who completed the poll heaped almost universally positive praise on the 134 firms where they spent the summer. Coz
The two Am Law 100 firms have landed lead roles on a record-breaking $49 billion bond sale by Verizon Communications, which will use the proceeds to help finance the company's $130 billion acquisitio
The Michigan-based auto parts supplier is selling its 50 percent stake to partner Huayu Automotive Systems Co., which is being represented by King & Wood Mallesons, for $1.25 billion in cash
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom is representing Visteon, a Michigan-based auto parts supplier, on the $1.25 billion cash sale of its 50 percent stake in a Chinese joint venture to partner HASCO,
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