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...Accountability Act: injunction. Attorney for plaintiff: John Goodman, Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, Pittsburgh. U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN...
As top 50 lobbying practices show a 4 percent increase from last year, Akin Gump and Patton Boggs break $100 million barrier
...chairman of the chemical, pharmaceutical and biotech patent practice at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney. He earned his J.D. from Albany Law School of...
A few years ago, Crowell & Moring was ?flying high, with double-digit revenue growth and record profits per partner of just about $1 million. These days, the picture isn't nearly as rosy for the Wash
A South Carolina federal court properly upheld an arbitration award against Wells Fargo Advisors LLC, formerly Wachovia Securities, that included $1.1 million in attorney fees and costs for Wachovia'
Two agencies delivered sharply contrasting views of the richness of the resource
Judges are taking the unusual step of unsealing health care-related False Claims Act cases that have flooded Boston's federal court in recent years
It might be surprising to learn that 80% of Americans who use the Internet use it to search for health information. Providers seeking to reap the benefits of Web site and social-media tools must do s
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