It may not be wise to compare a firm with deep roots in Boston to New York Yankee great Joe DiMaggio, but both enjoyed memorable streaks: DiMaggio, 56 straight games with a hit; Bingham McCutchen, 15 straight years of rising revenues. Indeed, Binghams streak continued through the worst of the...
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...only three months. Her lawyer, Nathan Hochman of Bingham McCutchen in Santa Monica, Calif., said Hill was cooperating with the...
...Orange represented the Foster Wheeler subsidiary that handled the sale. Bingham McCutchen of New York represented Covanta, a waste management and renewable...
New Jersey Law Journal
With Thursday's Chapter 9 filing, the hard-pressed Motor City took its first legal step toward what will be the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history—and set off a scramble among a bevy
...had a couple execute different versions of a marital property agreement. Bingham McCutchen's Lawrence Silverstein tried to call it a "drafting error...
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