The result of a 1968 merger between two Floridabased law firms, Holland & Knight has grown into a top 50 firm in the United States (indeed, it ranked exactly fiftieth on the 2011 Am Law 100, with just over $550 million in revenue). Based in Tampa, it has more than 900 lawyers (including...
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...counsel in the Chicago office of Foley & Lardner. Holland & Knight announced that DAVID DEAL, who had been the GC of GeoVera...
...carriers and aircraft manufacturers during NTSB investigations. And as Holland & Knight partner Gary Halbert, the former general counsel of the NTSB, puts...
Boeing 787 Dreamliners have been grounded by the functioning of a lithium-ion battery. And in the wake of an emergency airworthiness directive from the Federal Aviation Administration, it's up to int
...senior advisory role. He is based in Hong Kong. Holland & Knight announced that MARC SUKKAR, former senior counsel for Msheireb...
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