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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Employment law blogs have been discussing an Advice Memorandum recently released by the National Labor Relations Board that addresses when an employee may be fired over negative comments about an emp
Originally Published: Law.com
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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