Leonard Grunstein, a prominent New York real estate lawyer and former Troutman Sanders partner, pleaded guilty Wednesday to a misdemeanor charge of lying under oath during a civil deposition taken am
DataTreasury Corp. and its defense lawyers at Herrick, Feinstein and McKenna Long & Aldridge have defeated a $100 million contract case...
New York's Herrick, Feinstein is expanding into new territory for the first time since 2000 by opening offices in Istanbul and Washington, D.C., that are intended to capitalize on the firm's years-lo
A study released this week finds that malpractice claims against law firms increased in 2012, and our latest roundup of litigation involving firms as either plaintiffs or defendants suggests the tren
The move to a corporate environment by prominent criminal defense attorney Gerald Shargel, who has operated his own firm for about 40 years, reflects the growing interest of large firms to expand whi
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Some firms took a beating during the recession; others were barely fazed. Who thrived, who merely survived—and why
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Doing their part to launch a surefire local rivalry for Major League Soccer's New Jersey?based New York Red Bulls, Akin Gump, DLA Piper, Herrick Feinstein, and Paul Hastings all landed roles on the $
...and head of the Italian practice at Withers Bergman. Herrick, Feinstein has named LOUIS TUCHMAN as the new co-chair...
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