This Am Law 100 firm is the result of an October 2011 merger between Boston’s Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge (itself the product of various mergers, including the 2005 union of two of Boston’s premier finance and intellectual property law firms) and Wildman, Harrold, Allen & Dixon,...
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...14-office firm in October 2011 through the merger of Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge and Wildman, Harrold, Allen & Dixon. The firm now has...
Francis Pileggi, a well-known Delaware litigator, has joined Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, where he will run its Wilmington office. Pileggi joins the firm from Fox Rothschild, where he had been fo
...The lawyers formerly comprising the Wilmington office of Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge are now flying the banner of DLA Piper, one of...
...serve as its first director of business development. In August, Edward T. Ellis, former employment law head of Philadelphia-based Montgomery McCracken Walker...
Marco Dattini spends his days sifting through e-mails, pleadings, corporate documents and memos, on the lookout for red flags
There are many reasons for firms to make leadership changes -- to kickstart stagnant or dwindling business, or simply desire to steer a firm in a new direction -- but White & Williams' reasoning is m
There are many reasons for firms to make leadership changes -- to kickstart stagnant or dwindling business, or simply a desire to steer a firm in a new direction -- but White & Williams' reasoning is
...the New York office of Boston-based full service firm Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge, joined White & Williams as a partner, bringing nine attorneys...
After years of expressing little interest, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday asked the Obama administration to weigh in on whether laws that bar felons from voting violated the federal Voting Rights A
Xerox General Counsel Don Liu gives freely of his time to mentor young attorneys. For several years, he has developed young legal talent through the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association an
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