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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The manufacturers of Skinnygirl Margarita, a drink conceived by one of the "Real Housewives of New York City," are facing a class-action suit in New Jersey over the product's "all natural" claims
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
...she sent Edwards' lead defense lawyer Abbe Lowell, a partner in Chadbourne & Parke in Washington, D.C., "a text on his victory saying...
Over the last several years, attorneys for Internet users have been vigorously attempting to fashion a viable claim against Internet service providers, companies operating websites, "app" developers
...7 billion Ponzi scheme. Now the former Proskauer and Chadbourne & Parke partner, who has his own solo practice in Washington, D.C...
Given the ever-increasing reliance on cloud computing, it is inevitable that disputes and litigation will increase between corporations and cloud service providers. The most obvious point of contenti
As the legal industry is approaching the close of the second year following what has become known as the worst global recession in decades, most firms have completed several rounds of operating cost-
Given the recent volatility in the stock market, it has become commonplace for investors to try to hold their brokers responsible for market losses. Recently, beneficiaries of trusts have gotten into
More than two years into its current management regime, McDermott Will & Emery has seen at least 38 partners?including several practice group leaders?leave in 2011
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