One of Bostons oldline law firms, Goodwin Procter has seen much expansion since the late 1990s, tripling in size and growing its presence in Asia and London. A fullservice firm, Goodwin focuses on technology, intellectual property, life sciences, private equity, real estate, and...
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U.S. companies have already raised $16.8 billion through initial public offerings so far this year and several Am Law 100 firms are reaping the benefits
Edwards Wildman Palmer expands its newly launched Miami office; a Department of Justice lawyer joins Steptoe & Johnson in Washington, D.C.; and Chadbourne & Parke loses a project finance partner in N
...target Cole Credit Property Trust II (Phoenix) Goodwin Procter: Mark Kirshenbaum, Suzanne Lecaroz, and ...
A week after a pair of bomb blasts marred this year's running of the Boston Marathon, the Boston Athletic Association, which hosts and organizes the 116-year-old event, is relying on its longtime out
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart opens a Richmond office, the firm's 44th location; Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher takes a practice group leader from Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton; and Hunton &
Latham & Watkins, Simpson Thacher, Davis Polk, and Fenwick & West are leading a pack of firms reaping the benefits from a recent round of initial public offerings that includes share sales for such c
...the fund to coordinate donations for victims. Boston-based Goodwin Procter quickly signed on as the fund's pro-bono lawyer. The...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Online game maker Kixeye Inc. and its lawyers at Goodwin Procter have a message for bigger, better-known rival Zynga Inc.: Your...
Archstone Enterprise's sale to Equity Residential and AvalonBay made a big splash in the small world of REITs—and the right tax structure was the key to making it work
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