...J. Boutrous, Jr., Gail E. Lees, Christopher Chorba, Blaine H. Evanson; Husch Blackwell, Thomas M. Dee and Christopher A. Smith for Defendant and Appellant...
...a St. Louis firm in 1991 that is now part of Husch Blackwell. In 1994, he left for a smaller firm that is now...
Farrell Fritz's Kathryn Cole has been installed as the first female president of the federal bar association's Eastern District of New York chapter. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
Patton Boggs creates a public finance practice with four hires from Edwards Wildman & Palmer; Arnold & Porter loses a partner to Bingham McCutchen; and Fisher & Phillips hires four attorneys from a s
Notice to the bar
Dentons and McKenna Long & Aldridge both lose partners ahead of a merger vote that would unite the two firms; Hogan Lovells hires three corporate partners from Kaye Scholer; and Troutman Sanders adds
...owned by Papst Licensing Gmbh & Co., which is being represented by Husch Blackwell
...now known simply as Polsinelli, and the 2008 combination of Husch & Eppenberger and Blackwell Sanders to create St. Louis–based Husch Blackwell....
... CHARLES NOTTINGHAM has moved from Williams Mullen to Husch Blackwell as a partner. Nottingham joins his new firm's Washington...
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