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...percent head count increase. A big reason for that growth was Bryan Cave’s 2012 merger with Denver’s Holme Roberts &...
June 10 to 14 product and service news from AccessData, Epiq Systems, Fisher & Phillips, kCura, and Logik; deals, acquisitions, partnerships involving Alix Partners and Mindseye, Aspera and Servient,
Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman launches in Washington, D.C.; Thompson Hine grabs two from Barnes & Thornburg in Atlanta; and a U.S. Department of Homeland Security lawyer joins King & Spalding. Th
...K&L Gates; environmental, litigation, and health care partners from Bryan Cave; and individual partners from Hunton & Williams, McDermott Will & Emery...
...among the top 25 law firms. The biggest position-changer was Bryan Cave, which rose six spots, to No. 23 from No. 29 last...
The GC is the lone driver on the ride-sharing startup's legal team but hopes to bring on another lawyer by the end of the year
...at 56. Adding the most partners by headcount was Bryan Cave, at 60, mostly through its merger with Holme Roberts & Owen...
Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr has hired Kenneth Salazar, a former U.S. senator and head of the U.S. Department of the Interior, to launch a new office in Denver. Also heading for new horizons
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