After years of trying to find a merger partner to help it launch in Houston, Reed Smith decided it didn't want to wait any longer and instead moved to open an office from scratch
Growth in revenue is the single most important goal for law firms in the coming year in the midst of a minimally growing pool of outside legal spend, a recent BTI Consulting Group survey showed
...dollars or more. On one day in September, Epstein Becker & Green filed four complaints against former clients, seeking a collective $390...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Workers can bring claims against their employers under both federal collective actions and state law class actions simultaneously, the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled
Cozen O'Connor had a strong financial showing in 2011, bringing in historic highs for the firm when it came to gross revenue, revenue per lawyer and profits per equity partner
...14 lawyers in Houston who made up the bulk of Epstein Becker & Green's office in the city. Blank Rome officially...
An ex-municipal judge reprimanded for his romance with a bailiff can proceed with a federal suit alleging his former law firm forced him to resign as a consequence of the interracial affair
...the consolidated appeals of the two cases, Zimmerman v. Epstein Becker & Green and Zimmerman v. BDO Seidman LLP , affirmed...
A recent report from the consulting firm Altman Weil that shows an increasing number of law firm mergers across the country, while also showing a decrease in the size of such deals, seems to comport
...employment and commercial litigation attorneys from the Houston office of Epstein Becker & Green. In September 2010, Cozen O'Connor added 15 lawyers and...
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