Jenner & Block may not boast a global network of lawyersindeed, its four offices are all based in the United States, and with 438 attorneys, Jenner is one of the smaller Am Law 100 firms, however it still stands out in a number of ways. First, there is Jenners highly regarded litigation...
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Law firms that hope to succeed in the future need to embrace the shifting realities of the marketplace now, says a new report that serves as the latest in a string of warnings that the legal sector w
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
IP litigation dominated headlines in 2012 when Apple's smartphone battle with Samsung was probably the most-watched business lawsuit of the year and the three largest jury verdicts of the year were a
Originally Published: the_litigation_daily
There has been a a lot of movement this fall in legal technology executive suites. Here's a quick look at new hiress and promotions at Microsystems, CMS Intelliteach, DocAuto, Navigant Consulting, an
...the language of Cablevision. Paul Smith of Jenner & Block for WNET and Bruce Keller of Debevoise & Plimpton for CBS...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Two copyright suits involving broadcasters and streaming television services demonstrate how state and federal law can have trouble keeping pace with technological innovation
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
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David Tresch, who until June served as Mayer Brown's chief information officer, was arrested Thursday and charged by federal prosecutors in Chicago with stealing at least $850,000 from the Am Law 100
...to specific instances of copyright infringement. Paul Smith, of Jenner & Block, ...
...Jenner & Block has boosted its communications practice with the addition of a former...
...filed its antitrust suit seeking to block the merger shortly before Labor Day, and, in a serious blow...
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