Its only fitting, perhaps, that a firm with a knack for getting in the newspapers representing clients like BP p.l.c. in the Deepwater Horizon oil spill litigation, and counting well-known figures like Robert Bork and Kenneth Starr among its alumni made its name defending the press....
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...Duffy was most recently a partner in the Chicago office of Kirkland & Ellis. Cooley is strengthening its litigation practice in San Diego...
I'm often critical of many law school deans. But when one of them gets something right, let's give credit where it's due
Buyout firm Apax Partners has agreed to pay $1.1 billion in cash for clothing company rue21, which markets affordable clothes to teenaged shoppers. Am Law 100 firms Simpson Thacher, Kirkland & Ell
* China's State Grid turns to Linklaters and Allens for Australia buying spree* Clifford Chance and Allen & Gledhill on Singapore's second-biggest IPO this year* Ropes & Gray and Cleary guide Blackst
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Delaware Business Court Insider
In a case of first impression, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has ruled that a company's status as a qualified subchapter S subsidiary, or QSub, is not property and, therefore, canno
...strategic buy by the world's largest consulting firm are helping Kirkland & Ellis continue its surge up the M&A league tables....
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...strategic buy by the world's largest consulting firm are helping Kirkland & Ellis continue its ...
Average partner profit figures posted by large law firms have lost much of their value as a way of measuring anything meaningful about those firms. The metric that's really worth focusing on—th
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