Boies Schiller is the baby of The Am Law 100 firms, having been founded only in 1997. But, boy, has this kid gotten noticed. Part of the reason, of course, is the star power of its cofounder (and former Cravath partner), David Boies, who famously took on Microsoft as special counsel for the U.S.Department...
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Houston Baseball Partners, the owner of the Houston Astros, filed a fraud and negligent misrepresentation lawsuit against R. Drayton McLane Jr. and McLane Champions, which formerly owned the Astros;
Houston Baseball Partners, the owner of the Houston Astros, has filed a fraud and negligent misrepresentation lawsuit against former owner R. Drayton McLane Jr.; McLane Champions, the former owner of
The U.S. Supreme Court today declared unconstitutional the Defense of Marriage of Act of 1996, which blocked federal benefits to same-sex couples
The ruling will not have an immediate effect on a Texas law that bans same-sex marriage inside the state and prevents couples from being divorced in the Lone Star State even if they were married else
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Patricia Salkin acknowledges she has become a law school dean at a time when "virtually everything" about the legal profession and legal education is "under fire." But she views her new job as "an ex
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...Apple. Mirror Worlds brought on David Boies of Boies Schiller & Flexner to argue the appeal, with Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett &...
...personal win for the fund's lawyer, David Boies of Boies, Schiller & Flexner, and not just because it was his first appearance at...
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