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...partner in Powell, Coleman & Arnold in Dallas, received the award...amp; Jaworski, Gardere Wynne Sewell, Porter Hedges, Beck Redden, and Jenkins...
Zuckerman Spaeder partner Paul Shechtman describes the circumstances and personalities behind what is perhaps the most famous decision in the history of American criminal procedure
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Given their understanding of the business, high level of responsibility, and role as trusted advisers of top corporate brass, in-house counsel are and will remain big targets of federal investigators
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
After a history-making year at the nation's highest court, last term's U.S. Supreme Court law clerks are stepping into jobs at big law firms with jaw-dropping hiring bonuses of $280,000 or more
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...attorneys at Munger, Tolles & Olson and Manatt's attorneys at Arnold & Porter filed a joint motion saying that all the parties had reached...
Originally Published: The Recorder
...in 2011. ION's lawyers at Porter Hedges and Fugro's lawyers at Arnold & Knobloch moved for summary judgment in March...
A federal judge in Texas has excluded the royalty testimony of a patent plaintiff's damages expert, finding that the expert's analysis assumed that two defendants would have agreed to unreasonable ro
...say whether they're in talks. Manatt attorney Sean SeLegue at Arnold & Porter in San Francisco did not respond to requests for comment....
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