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...Elkhunovich for Plaintiff and Appellant. Kelley Drye & Warren, Andrew M. White, David E. Fink, Allison S. Brehm and...
...McGuireWoods, A. Brooks Gresham, Charles H. Abbott, and Arsen Kourinian; Kelley Drye & Warren and Joseph A. Boyle for Defendant and Appellant. ...
...BACON L.L.P., Tammy B. Webb, Matthew J. Vanis, KELLEY DRYE & WARREN LLP, Joseph A. Boyle. OPINION...
The Daily Report
...week of litigation between the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Kelley Drye & Warren over a policy forcing partners to wind down their practice...
Deprecated The American Lawyer
On the last morning of LegalTech New York 2010, Blink author Malcolm Gladwell, New York Times medical columnist Dr. Lisa Sanders and Thomson Reuters chief strategy officer David Craig pondered the va
On the last morning of LegalTech New York 2010, "Blink" author Malcolm Gladwell, New York Times medical columnist Dr. Lisa Sanders and Thomson Reuters Chief Strategy Officer David Craig pondered the
IQPC's eDiscovery event of 2009 focused on rapid early case assessment and review strategies, as well as realigning relationships between outside counsel, in-house counsel, legal, and IT. For firms a
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