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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Allen & Overy and Clifford Chance have grabbed lead roles on a pair of large chemical industry mergers, while Covington & Burling, Weil, Gotshal & Manges and leading Australian firm Allens are advisi
Following a tradition of making key court filings in tandem with major holidays, Dewey & LeBoeuf's bankruptcy advisers hit the firm's former executive director, Stephen DiCarmine, and ex-chief financ
John Fellas, a partner at Hughes Hubbard & Reed, writes: Recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions show that, over the last decade or so, the court has been gradually reshaping the legal landscape to grant
...as Gatekeeper John Fellas, a partner at Hughes Hubbard & Reed, writes: Recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions show that, over...
...amp; Shore, cochairs the committee with Ignatius A. Grande of Hughes Hubbard & Reed. Berman estimates that 55 percent of the committee's...
...represented in the Dewey bankruptcy and in related cases by Hughes Hubbard & Reed bankruptcy partner Ned Bassen, who continues to represent Dewey'...
The U.S. government's Cybersecurity Framework has strengthened the corporate counsel's already important position as a key member of the management team
As JPMorgan Chase & Co. hammers out a $13 billion settlement with the government, the bank has more to worry about than paying Uncle Sam and consumers. Any settlement would also have direct repercuss
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