...Lawyers from Winston & Strawn and Husch Blackwell delivered a $1 billion patent verdict for Monsanto Co. against rival...
...t stopped altogether. The latest blip on the job-loss radar: Husch Blackwell. The Kansas City, Mo.-based firm let go of...
Predictions of the end of associate classes have accompanied talk of larger shifts in the Big Law model in recent months. Those predictions are becoming more of a reality as Reed Smith joins only a h
Predictions of the end of associate "classes" have accompanied talk of larger shifts in the Big Law model in recent months. Reed Smith went from talk to action, doing away with lockstep in favor of c
As the economic downturn continues to cast a pall over law firms, many are introducing new models to try to reduce costs, improve client services and stave off massive layoffs and/or implosion
...including 12-year-old Boies Schiller & Flexner and newly merged Husch Blackwell Sanders. For those keeping score, Boies Schiller joins with PPP of...
Despite the rancid economy of 2008, attorney billing rates continued their escalation trend, with nearly 71 percent of law firms reporting an increase in the amount that they charged clients compared
Growth at the 250 largest law firms in the country receded this year, likely a reflection of the economic downturn of 2008
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