...countries try to tackle tax base erosion, said Evan Migdail, a DLA Piper partner in Washington who focuses on tax, trade and government ethics...
...Judge Roger Titus. Contract dispute. Attorney for plaintiff: Edward Scheideman III, DLA Piper, Washington. Sodibar Systems Inc. v. Simon (No...
...a partner at Gusy Van der Zandt. DLA Piper: Teri Donaldson joins the firm's litigation practice...
President Enrique Peña Nieto is pushing for legislation to ease licensing and permits for private investment
National Law Journal
As the federal government shutdown grinds on, the worst is yet to come for lawyers and their clients, federal agencies and the judiciary. The nation's federal courts expect by October 15 to exhaust f
Influence 50 members registered a slight increase in government-affairs lobbying revenue in 2012
Gregg Miller Jr. joins Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass's real estate and land-use practice as partner in the San Francisco office. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
...Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. DLA PIPER Richard Davis, 41, has joined DLA Piper...
Karen Kepler joins Murtha Cullina's business and fin?ance department as partner in the Boston office. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
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