Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft has named corporate cochair James Woolery to become head of the firm. Woolery, a Kentucky native and former business development chair at Cravath, Swaine & Moore who lef
Dentons lands a top Canadian deal lawyer from Baker & McKenzie; Abercrombie & Fitch hires a general counsel from the ranks of Greenberg Traurig; and Simpson Thacher & Bartlett expands in Houston. The
By opening an office in the heart of Texas's booming energy market, the megafirm created when SNR Denton, Salans, and Fraser Milner Casgrain combined is following the lead of numerous Am Law 200 firm
Longtime Kirkland & Ellis partner and former Philip Morris International general counsel David Bernick has joined Dechert, his new firm announced Friday. The move comes just over a year after Bernick
A pair of Am Law 200 firms are in the middle of ongoing dramas involving multimillion-dollar plans to build new sports facilities, with Dorsey & Whitney serving as due diligence counsel on the constr
...class action cases. JOHN DOMBY has joined Katten Muchin Rosenman as a partner in its real estate practice in Charlotte. Previously...
...in Chicago, PAMELA SMITH. The firm hired her from Katten Muchin Rosenman to join its global litigation practice. A trial lawyer, Smith handles...
...before Kathleen Moriarty lets clients pay her in bitcoin, but the Katten Muchin Rosenman partner is doing her part to help legitimize the digital currency...
...New York Law Journal, Eckhaus moved over from Katten Muchin Rosenman. In Atlanta, Carlton Fields has hired DAVE FORESTNER...
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With Thursday's Chapter 9 filing, the hard-pressed Motor City took its first legal step toward what will be the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history—and set off a scramble among a bevy
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