Based in Chicago, Katten Muchin Rosenman is the result of a March 2002 megamerger between Katten Muchin Zavis and New Yorks Rosenman & Colin. The combined firm counts corporate work, financial services, intellectual property, litigation, real estate, commercial finance, and trusts and estates...
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Like many lawyers, Glenn Colton is a baseball fan. But the Dentons white-collar and government investigations practice head has taken his love for America's national pastime to the next level, scorin
Lawyers from Covington, Katten Muchin, and Milbank were watching closely Wednesday as owners of the National Basketball Association's 30 teams voted against a $625 million deal that would have sent t
...the growing workload tied to the booming energy industry. Katten Muchin Rosenman became the latest Am...
The Southeastern Conference turned to Charlotte's Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson to advise on a sports network deal with ESPN; Rutgers replaces Cahill Gordon with Skadden for an internal probe of its em
...Katten Muchin Rosenman is growing its environmental practice, hiring eight attorneys and opening a...
N.J. Carpenters Health Fund v. NovaStar Mortgage; Apotex v. Bristol-Myers Squibb; Ryan et al. v. JPMorgan Chas
As disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner considers running in this year's New York City mayor's race, a $4.8 million war chest that includes $72,721 in contributions from Am Law 200 lawyers and
Corporate partner Michael Ringler returned to his longtime home this week, just a month after his much-ballyhooed departure to Kirkland & Ellis. Ringler and Kirkland probably realized they were not a
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Three months after Debevoise & Plimpton management informed its partners it would be exiting private client work, a seven-lawyer trusts and estates team led by partner Jonathan Rikoon prepares to mov
Intrade, the once popular online trading exchange that was forced to shutter its U.S. unit last November, ceased operations this week amid an investigation into its business practices. The latest dev
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