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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...Klein (D-Fla.) has registered withCongress as a federal lobbyist at Holland & Knight for the first time sincehe left congressional lobbying rolls in February...
In their Privacy Matters column, Richard Raysman, a partner at Holland & Knight, and Peter Brown, the principal at Peter Brown & Associates, write: Despite preventative steps, the problem of
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...insolvent. Rather than put up a fight, Fenwick & West and Holland & Knight agreed in late March to pay $15,000 and $26,197...
Originally Published: The Recorder
Colleen Mullen Goff once dreamed of a Foreign Service career. Instead, she went to law school and landed a clerkship at H.B. Zachry Co. in San Antonio in 1983, and she's still at the company nearly 3
In a telling sign of the shifting smartphone battle at U.S. law firms, the CIO of the nation's largest BlackBerry shop is anticipating mass migrations away from the platform within six months. The CI
In a telling sign of the shifting smartphone battle at U.S. law firms, the CIO of the nation's largest BlackBerry shop is anticipating mass migrations away from the platform within six months
Originally Published: Law Technology News
A year after weathering a significant rise in the number of malpractice claims submitted by law firms, insurers that cater to the legal industry are seeing the volume of such claims level off through
...Counsel to Southern Union Co.: In-house; Locke Lord; Roberts & Holland; Morris Nichols Arsht & Tunnell; Sullivan & Cromwell; Cleary Gottlieb Steen &...
Greenberg Traurig's move follows the path of most large law firms that already have pushed their ratios to 4-to-1 to cut costs during the recession, experts say
Originally Published: Daily Business Review
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