Founded in 1964 in Dallas, Haynes and Boone would eventually operate six offices within Texas—and set its sights far wider. Recent years have seen it plant stakes in Mexico City (a base for its growing Latin America practice), Moscow, and New York, the last a particular focal point for the firm’s...
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...The 100th firm on the list this year Texas-based Haynes and Boone earned $313 million in gross revenue in 2012. ...
After leasing space in Houston last month and working the lateral market, Reed Smith has announced it will officially open its first Texas office with 17 attorneys from seven different firms in the r
After leasing space in Houston last month and working the lateral market, Reed Smith has announced it will officially open its first Texas office with 17 attorneys from seven different area firms
One of the most common complaints about the U.S. patent system is that inventors are claiming ownership of basic, widely understood ideas. No doubt aware of these criticisms, the U.S. Court of Appeal
Originally Published: National Law Journal
There was a spurt of lateral movement in Pennsylvania in the latter half of July and the bulk of those hires joined law firms from their in-house positions
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett has overbilled the federal government nearly $100,000 for work related to the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Troubled Asset Relief Program, according to a special inspec
For Morgan, Lewis & Bockius and one of its former patent attorneys, the alleged cover-up could be worse than the crime
...justice system as a whole. David M. Siegal of Haynes and Boone, one of the lawyers for the five bar group plaintiffs in...
...Treasury are Alston & Bird; Fox, Hefter, Swibel, Levin & Carroll; Haynes and Boone; Hughes Hubbard & Reed; Orrick, Herrington Sutcliffe; Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton...
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