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...
Read the King & Spalding LLP firm profile.
...in the survey: Greenberg Traurig; Jones Day; K&L Gates; King & Spalding; and Thompson, Coe, Cousins & Irons. Jeanne Graham...
...an hour, was L. Wayne Pressgrove Jr., an energy partner at King & Spalding. He also is new to our database. Right behind...
Originally Published: Daily Report
Once the wining and dining, the vetting and the negotiations are over, the process of successfully adding a lateral partner to a firm really begins. "It takes two years for a firm to integrate a late
...two missing firms are Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison and King & Spalding. The rankings do not reflect law graduates who took clerkships following...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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