Today’s DLA Piper is a nearly 4,000 lawyer behemoth but before it was big it was gleams in the eyes of partners in firms that were the pride of Baltimore, Maryland (Piper Marbury) and Yorkshire, England (Broomhead & Neals). They set off on an astonishing two–decade run of combinations...
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The Obama administration began its second term with a new leader, William J. Baer, heading up the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. At the recent ABA Antitrust Law Spring Meeting
Two weeks after Philadelphia personal injury firm Lundy Law dropped its federal trademark suit against Philadelphia-based injury firm Larry Pitt & Associates, Pitt's firm has sued Lundy Law and its p
Compliance with antitrust laws was never a pressing issue for private equity firms. Antitrust compliance briefly came to the forefront of the industry in 2007, when the U.S. Department of Justice bri
...firm's legitimate domain. Gioconda, a former partner of DLA Piper and Kirkland & Ellis who started his own firm in 2009...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Criminal prosecutions took to the superhighway during the 1980s with road construction bid-rigging indictments. Road contractors nationwide had been regularly rigging bids to state highway department
As interest grows across a number of constituencies on how to solve the perceived problem created by patent assertion entities — less euphemistically known as "patent trolls" — one FTC co
...Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, DLA Piper and environmental groups such as the Center for Biological Diversity were...
Philadelphia's largest law firms may compete over the same business, but they share the same problems and concerns too when it comes to managing their own affairs
Philadelphia-based Fox Rothschild has become the latest Pennsylvania law firm to launch a Florida office, snagging banking lawyer Raul Valdes-Fauli to head its operations in Coral Gables, Fla., near
The Philadelphia Field Office (PFO) of the Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice, was established in 1948 by legendary trustbuster Assistant U.S. Attorney General Thurman Arnold
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