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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... against a half-dozen firms in March, zeroing in on Dorsey & Whitney; Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton; Ropes & Gray; and Shearman & Sterling...
Originally Published: The Recorder
Tuesday's ruling means that the Dewey & LeBoeuf bankruptcy will be the first in which a major law firm manages to resolve claims against a majority of its former partners within mere months of its de
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...co-chairman of the agribusiness and cooperative law practice group at Dorsey & Whitney in Minneapolis, said several investment and repair projects involving ethanol plants...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
In a decision one judge referred to as "Kafkaesque," a 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel found that new evidence of a prison inmate's alleged mental retardation is not enough to prevent his exe
...year include Morrison & Foerster, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, Nixon Peabody, Dorsey & Whitney, Baker & McKenzie, Haynes & Boone, Patton Boggs, Wolf Block, Thompson...
New partner announcements are starting to come in, and things aren't looking so good. Thirteen Am Law 200 firms in California have announced new partners so far, and eight of those firmwide classes a
The presidential election isn't the only race luring lawyers and law firms. U.S. Senate races have attracted significant dollars from the legal industry in several states, such as Texas, Louisiana an
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