One of the oldline New York firmsit goes back to 1902Chadbourne & Parke boasts wellregarded practices in corporate finance, litigation and arbitration, intellectual property, energy, project finance, and mergers and acquisition (particularly of the crossborder type)....
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...companies through anti-corruption compliance programs as a former partner in Chadbourne & Parke's commercial litigation department, where he was a member of its...
Gerry Silver, of Chadbourne & Parke, considers important issues -- including limitation of liability -- for litigators representing corporations and/or cloud providers in cloud computing disputes
...Hal Stewart, chief operating officer at New York's Chadbourne & Parke, said he expects the deal to impact Google on a corporate...
The probability of winning a bid for an alternative fee engagement and having the engagement succeed depends on the extent to which the firm has developed an infrastructure to administer it. Chadbour
...postponed upgrades and paid the price with a low score was Chadbourne & Parke. With a mark of 2.07, Chadbourne finished in last place...
Never before have both the old and new economies anticipated a decision as intently as "Bilski v. Kappos," which impacts technologies ranging from bioinformatics to software -- virtually everything t
...New York's Chadbourne & Parke on March 2 for allegedly overcharging J. Virgil Waggoner, a...
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