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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...away." Gray Cary merged with Piper Rudnick in 2004 and then with DLA in 2005 to form DLA Piper. ...
Melissa Frug?'s company wouldn't have been possible before the internet boom. Fortunately, Frug?, now the vice president and general counsel of HomeAway Inc., had a front-row seat to the tech revolut
...Other award recipients areJennifer Lloyd, of counsel at DLA Piper in Austin; Thomas Leatherbury, a Vinson & Elkins partner...
...Human Services Commission's Office of Inspector General, has joined DLA Piper in Austin as of counsel in the firm's health...
Greenberg Traurig has bumped up pay for its first-year associates in Miami and Fort Lauderdale 16 percent from $125,000 to $145,000
Originally Published: Daily Business Review
You would think that law firms would want to show clients that their "expert advice" on compliance programs is backed by some institutional experience with such matters
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
The dog days of summer are upon us, so what better excuse for a quick distraction. Law Technology News asked 12 tech-savvy legal professionals, all members of our Editorial Advisory Board, what their
The Center for Legal Informatics, aka CodeX, schools entrepreneurs determined to restructure the practice of law
Originally Published: Law Technology News
...to assist include Sutherland; Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton; Latham & Watkins; DLA Piper; Fredrikson & Byron; McDermott Will & Emery; and Skadden, Arps, Slate...
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