For a firm whose 2012 headquarters lies across the street from its 1873 headquarters, Bryan Cave has certainly gotten around in a century and a half. A January 2012 merger with Denver’s Holme Roberts & Owen expands its reach into the Rocky Mountains, and adds capabilities in the energy,...
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...office to work on tax-exempt financings. In Atlanta, Bryan Cave has snatched five attorneys from Sutherland Asbill & Brennan; partners ...
Both The Associated Press and Bloomberg L.P. have retained outside counsel this week after finding themselves caught up in two very different controversies, with the AP fighting back against the Just
U.S. companies have already raised $16.8 billion through initial public offerings so far this year and several Am Law 100 firms are reaping the benefits
...Singapore, and ...
Three months after Debevoise & Plimpton management informed its partners it would be exiting private client work, a seven-lawyer trusts and estates team led by partner Jonathan Rikoon prepares to mov
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...and secretary of one of the company's subsidiaries. Bryan Cave has hired a three-attorney private client group from Paul Hastings...
...For Bryan Cave, a year that began with a merger that expanded the St...
Fueled by the Dewey diaspora, lateral activity among Am Law 200 firms reached a three-year high in 2012
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