When you’re a 900–lawyer firm based in Milwaukee, you already stand out from the pack, but Foley & Lardner is noteworthy on other grounds, too. For one thing, its attorneys probably know more about baseball than any other firm.
Foley is the longtime counsel for Major League Baseball—it...
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...something we will review in the future," she said.Foley & Lardner already pays first-year Miami associates about $145,000, said Miami...
Originally Published: Daily Business Review
...at least not where Orlando's Adam Losey is concerned. The Foley & Lardner associate says that he's looking to buy an aquarium computer...
In his Law Firm Partnership Law column, Arthur J. Ciampi, the managing member of Ciampi LLC, writes that two cases from California elucidate the scope of liability for unfinished business claims as w
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...measures to avoid the ire of the government. Crowell & Moring, Foley & Lardner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, and Seyfarth Shaw are among the firms...
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
...can help guide in-house counsel in the New Year. Here, Foley & Lardner attorney Adam Losey, who also edits the online nonprofit IT-Lex...
Jury rejects city bus driver's retaliation claim. Judge tosses suit over firing for failed drug tests. Fired headmaster awarded $100,000. Woman gets $62,500 from former employer for losing current jo
Congress's retroactive elimination of whistleblower actions against companies that falsely label products as patented did not violate the Constitution, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circu
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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