...Froese, Gilbert LLP (Canada)-IP (International)Erica Klein, Kramer LevinHeather McDonald, Baker Hostetler Copyright, trademark, and patent protection of fashion designs, anti-counterfeiting, etc...
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...investment law and policy and public international law matters. Baker & Hostetler has hired PAMELA JONES HARBOUR as the new coleader...
Leading M&A transactions with the target or acquirer based in N.J. in 2013
Delaware Law Weekly
Novak Druce Connolly Bove + Quigg senior partner Jeff Bove said the firm faced some post-merger challenges in 2013, but new clients and geographic diversity have the firm well prepared for success in
...that it turned a blind eye to Madoff's fraud, the Baker & Hostetler partner won a measure of vindication
The Daily Report
...announced last quarter for firms with Atlanta offices have gone through: Baker & Hostetler's acquisition of Woodcock Washburn and Carlton Fields' combination...
...corporate internal investigations. He was previously a partner with Baker & Hostetler. ON THE WEB ...
...based intellectual property boutique Woodcock Washburn into Am Law 100 firm Baker & Hostetler. The two firms first confirmed to The Legal in...
For Pennsylvania's large law firms, 2013 was a year of office expansion and pseudo-mergers
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