Hughes Hubbard manages to stand at both ends of The Am Law 100. By gross revenue alone, it typically ranks near the bottom of the list. But change the focus to revenue per lawyer and noneconomic measures like diversity, pro bono work, and associate satisfactionthe factors The American Lawyer...
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An Am Law Daily analysis of new partner classes at 50 Am Law 200 firms shows that nearly 59 percent of the 499 lawyers promoted at those firms this year began their career elsewhere
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Merck & Co. shareholders can go forward with a class-action suit alleging the company misrepresented the safety of its arthritis drug Vioxx and that share prices fell when the true risk was disclosed
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