For most of its historyand its a long one, stretching back to 1885King & Spalding was a regional leader, one of the Southeasts top law firms. Sure, it had built a topflight litigation group (largely thanks to clients from the automotive, pharmaceutical, and tobacco...
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The list of the names of the 8,098 candidates who passed the bar examination given on July 30 and 31
Scott I. Davidson of King & Spalding, discusses how banks should be aware that as a setoff can only be accomplished if there are mutual obligations, if the funds in the customer's account are trust f
... For Defendant: Kathleen E. McCarthy, Esq., Erik J. Dykema, Esq., King & Spalding LLP, New York, NY. Amy E. Jones...
... For Plaintiff: McGuireWoods LLP. For Defendant: King & Spalding LLP. DECISION & ORDER ...
Three years after joining Bingham McCutchen as head of the securities enforcement practice after stepping down as FINRA's enforcement chief, Susan Merrill is decamping to Sidley Austin with 10 other
The tone of the internal DLA Piper emails that referred to churning a client's bill "is certainly surprising," said David Brill, the president of the Association of Corporate Counsel's Greater New Yo
...equity funds and fund sponsors. He was with King & Spalding. Cooley has added...
Just as Christopher Paolella was hitting his stride in surmounting the challenges of starting his own firm he received a call in October from an old boss that threw his life into turmoil. Paolella, a
Judith S. Kaye, counsel to Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom and the former chief judge of the State of New York, writes: What a pleasure, and point of pride, it has been to encounter the choice o
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