While its practice areas include everything you’d expect at a major market law firm—from litigation and antitrust to corporate real estate and intellectual property—Arnold & Porter’s trump card has always been its status as an “insider” among the Washington,...
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...media strategy. Arnold & Porter, noted as an "'insider' among the Washington...
...Peter Zimroth (a partner at Arnold & Porter) to serve as monitor and "help remedy police violations of...
...Scheindlin's appointment of monitor Peter Zimroth, a partner at Arnold & Porter, to help remedy police violations of the Fourth and Fourteenth Amendments...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Kristen Dumont of Goodwin Procter says new technologies make guarding information "like trying to hold sand in your hands.
Originally Published: The Recorder
Recognized by a federal judge this week as a legitimate form of currency, bitcoins move toward the mainstream is the latest wrinkle in a so-called emerging payments sector that some law firms see as
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
A fight between Amazon Web Services and IBM U.S. Federal over a $600 million contract to provide cloud computing services to the Central Intelligence Agency gives a rare glimpse into the role of gove
After discussions with more than 50 private equity and other investment professionals, merger and strategic consultants, and senior law firm personnel, The American Lawyer developed a method for dete
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
...included Scott Hunt, senior manager of financial and accounting systems at Arnold & Porter; Robert Lyon, controller at Poyner Spruill; and private consultant Randy Steere...
The Department of Veterans Affairs and the Drug Enforcement Administration are under fire for purchasing spy software from the same company that supplied a computer surveillance program to the FDA
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...amp; Gould in the AAA arbitration, brought in new counsel from Arnold & Porter to contest the decision in state court in Minneapolis. In ...
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