Don’t let Kramer Levin’s Am Law 100 rank fool you: While the firm generally places near the bottom of the list on revenue, it scores far higher—typically in the top 30—on profits per partner and average compensation per partner. Its partnership is a select group, too, numbering...
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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
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Now retired, Lance Armstrong no longer scales the alpine peaks of Europe, but the disgraced cyclist's terse admission about using banned substances could put him back on a steep legal path — on
Former Jenkens & Gilchrist shareholders Paul Daugerdas and Donna Guerin of Chicago were found guilty by a federal jury on multiple counts for their role in a massive, illegal tax shelter plan
Former Jenkens & Gilchrist partners Paul Daugerdas and Donna Guerin were found guilty by a federal jury on multiple counts for their role in a massive, illegal tax shelter scheme. The prosecution pre
...creditors committee -- represented by Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel's Thomas Moers Mayer and Kenneth Eckstein -- petitioned the...
A small but potentially broader solution to budget cuts plaguing the criminal defense division of the Legal Aid Society of New York City has been found in a new, unusual externship program involving
The American Dream has changed, especially for many urban professionals. Previously, getting married, having kids, moving to the suburbs and keeping up with the Joneses was the ultimate way to go, ev
...amp; Burling in Washington D.C; Debevoise & Plimpton and Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel in New York; Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo...
...Network Jeremy Cohen, a senior associate at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel's New York office, has made the most of his...
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