Dorsey & Whitneys alumni roster reads like a veritable Whos Who of Minnesota royalty. Former vice president Walter Mondale, U.S. Supreme Court justice Harry Blackmun, and noted law professor William Prosser have all hung their diploma on Dorseys wall at some point in time. Sure,...
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Doing their part to launch a surefire local rivalry for Major League Soccer's New Jersey-based New York Red Bulls, Akin Gump, DLA Piper, Herrick Feinstein, and Paul Hastings all landed roles on the $
Five years after Best Buy entered Europe through a $2.15 billion joint venture deal, the world's largest consumer electronics retailer has tapped one of the world's largest firms for counsel on its $
Cull the partnership to boost profits: That's the conventional wisdom. But is it truth—or illusion
...After five straight years of declines in profits per partner, Dorsey & Whitney looks ready to embrace change, in the form of a new...
In fiscal 2012, The Am Law 100—which has a new leader in gross revenue this year—posted modest gains on all our key metrics. Read the complete package
Facing the tough job market at home, a growing number of U.S. law grads are heading to China for LL.M.s and hopefully more opportunities. But the grass isn't always greener
...suits against a half-dozen firms in March, zeroing in on Dorsey & Whitney; Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton; Ropes & Gray; and Shearman & Sterling...
...Cooley's Palo Alto office also includes Matthew Bartus, one of Dorsey & Whitney's first corporate partners in the Valley, and partner Craig Menden...
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A U.S. bankruptcy judge approved this week an $11 billion merger between American Airlines parent AMR and U.S. Airways Group. In other big bankruptcies of note, Kirkland & Ellis is advising Atlantic
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