Who would have guessed that one of the hot spots for law firm mergers was Indiana? But thats where Indianapolisbased Barnes, Hickam, Pantzer & Boyd combined with South Bends Thornburg, McGill, Deahl, Harman, Carey & Murray in 1982creating one of the largest firms in...
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As an intellectual property attorney, the federal jurisdiction of patent-related cases always seemed clear to me. 28 U.S.C. 1338 provides that: "The district courts shall have original jurisdiction o
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...work," says Triggs. Janilyn Daub, a partner in Barnes & Thornburg, says that for most employers the benefits of offering alternative work...
...work, says Triggs. Janilyn Daub, a partner with Barnes & Thornburg, says that for most employers the benefits of offering alternative work...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
After two years of turmoil, the nation's largest law firms are settling into a new normal. That's the takeaway from The American Lawyer 's 2010 survey of leaders of Am Law 200 firms, which suggests t
Partners at big law firms eager to hang on to cash-strapped clients and attract more amid this year's corporate belt-tightening are jumping to smaller firms where they can lower their billing rates a
...s former aide, Kevin Ring, resigned from his lobbying practice at Barnes & Thornburg on April 13. And Mark Zachares, a former aide to Rep...
After Jack Abramoff pleaded guilty in U.S. district court in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 3 to three counts of conspiracy, fraud and tax evasion, Travis County prosecutors issued subpoenas to try to tie
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