For industry watchers, the 2010 merger catapulting Hogan Lovells into the uppermost echelon of legal powerhouses couldnt have come as too much of a surprise. The two firms in that alliance had long understood the benefits of a good pairing.
After teaming up nearly a century ago, Frank...
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Phase I of this study shows that older lawyers still have e-discovery chops and you don't want to turn EDD over to robots
New Jersey Law Journal
With five weeks left, 2013 is already a record-setting year for tie-ups involving U.S. law firms. And as the latest spate of deals pushed the total number of mergers announced so far to 78—past
...Banner & Witcoff, Washington, DC (IP); Crowell & Moring, NYC (IP); Hogan Lovells, NYC (regulatory); Ropes & Gray, Boston (corporate); Sidley & Austin, NYC...
Notice to the bar
New Jersey Law Journal
...shuts down," said former acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal of Hogan Lovells, who is set to argue next week. "I've...
A federal appeals court overturns a $29 million jury verdict against Ford Motor Co. in a class-action suit over its withdrawal from the heavy-truck market in 1997
New Jersey's law requiring that applicants for a permit to carry a handgun in public demonstrate a justifiable need is constitutional
A final settlement has been reached in litigation against dozens of insurance brokers accused of price-rigging, pushing the total recovery to more than $270 million
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