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Alston & Bird adds four partners to its capital markets department on the East Coast; the vice-chair of Greenberg Traurig's pharmaceutical, medical device, and health care litigation practice has lef
K&L Gates adds two partners in Charleston; former?Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough partners join?Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton in Atlanta; and the New York office of?Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hamp
Latham & Watkins, Simpson Thacher, Davis Polk, and Fenwick & West are leading a pack of firms reaping the benefits from a recent round of initial public offerings that includes share sales for such c
An Am Law Daily round up of entertainment-related legal news finds Proskauer Rose representing the promoters of a canceled Lady Gaga concert, McDermott, Will & Emery taking a copyright case thanks
Ralph Lauren and its lawyers at Kelley Drye & Warren won an incremental victory this week in their seemingly endless battle...
With Pope Benedict XVI's surprise announcement that he is stepping down as pontiff, we caught up with the Minneapolis-based plaintiffs' lawyer who pioneered sex abuse litigation against the Roman Cat
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton is the latest Am Law 200 firm to expand into Los Angeles, announcing Monday that it has acquired Beverly Hills?based intellectual property boutique Keats McFarland & Wi
...POST is moving from his litigation associate position at Kelley Drye & Warren to become partner in the New York litigation department at...
A U.S. Department of Labor filing reveals the legal fees racked up by the NBA players union during last year's lockout, Major League Baseball leans on its in-house lawyers to negotiate a new $6.8 bil
Major League Baseball announced Tuesday an eight-year, $5.6 billion television deal with ESPN to continue broadcasting America's national pastime on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Sundays. Covington & Burl
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