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In our latest look at sports and the law, The Am Law Daily does some spring cleaning by tracking down the legal fees accrued by the National Football League Players Association in its collective barg
Cooley loses two real estate partners to New York real estate boutique Duval & Stachenfeld; a group of five Gordon & Rees commercial litigators leave for SNR Denton; and McGuireWoods gains a former S
...A team of five commercial litigators has moved from Gordon & Rees to SNR Denton in San Francisco. Partners Fletcher Alford...
Originally Published: The Recorder
...the firm's banking practice. San Franciscobased Gordon & Rees is opening an office in Philadelphia with eight partners from Cozen...
...Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz: Corporate: Gordon Moodie and David Shapiro and associates Eitan Hoenig...
...San Francisco-based Gordon & Rees is set to open an office in Philadelphia on Friday with...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
The National Hockey League's lawyers from Proskauer Rose and Skadden are working with a team of in-house attorneys in drafting the final terms of an agreement that will end a nearly four-month labor
Several law firms that remain displaced after flooding caused by the so-called superstorm forced them to flee lower Manhattan are confronting the possibility that getting back to normal may take much
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Forced to seek shelter in the aftermath of the so-called superstorm, immigration firm Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen and Loewy has signed a short-term lease to occupy a portion of Dewey & LeBoeuf's oneti
According to a recently release report from real estate brokerage Jones Lang LaSalle, incentives abound in most markets for law firms looking to move or reform office space. Exceptions remain, howeve
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