Talk about a return on investment. In 1916 three lawyers each put $500 in the bank and started a law firm. Today, the firm they createdBaker & Hostetlerdeposits hundreds of millions of dollars each year. Based in Cleveland, Baker & Hostetlers practice areas include business,...
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In the latest edition of its annual analysis of law firm real estate trends, real estate services firm Jones Lang LaSalle finds landlords routinely getting the upper hand in lease negotiations for th
A former Am Law 200 firm with offices in Atlanta and Washington, D.C., Dow Lohnes has seen its attorney ranks cut nearly in half over the past three years amid a spate of lateral defections. Now&mdas
Three years after considering the credentials of the lawyers littering Forbes' annual list of America's 400 richest people, The Am Law Daily decided to revisit the wealth rankings and examine the leg
As the City of New York requests court approval to delay a series of police department reforms stemming from a judge's ruling that its stop-and-frisk practice violates constitutional rights, Dechert,
...firm's contribution is eclipsed by a deal struck with Baker & Hostetler that ...
A half-dozen firms—including Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman; Ropes & Gray, and Shearman & Sterling—have teamed up to battle litigation launched earlier this year by the Howrey bankruptcy
... LEE ROSEBUSH has been made counsel in Baker & Hostetler's Washington, D.C., office. He moved over from Morgan...
...of what he called "monumental" multimillion-dollar settlements with Baker & Hostetler and Citibank that will help pay off nearly all the defunct...
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