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New York-based Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler is seeking to remove a trade secrets case filed against it from state court in Pittsburgh to federal court in the Western District of Pennsylvania
...34;breathtaking" $3.1 million fee request submitted by Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, awarding the firm only a fraction of the money it...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
In a case with intrigue stretching back to the first year of Franklin D. Roosevelt's administration, a federal judge ruled that it is the government's right to seize 10 exceedingly rare and likely il
...be charged with insider trading, defense lawyer Gary Naftalis of Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel argued during his opening argument before U.S. District Judge...
...with lawyers Gary P. Naftalis and Alan R. Friedman of Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel. "The facts demonstrate that Mr. Gupta is...
...and Nancy Rue. Defense Counsel: Barry H. Berke, Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, New York. Comment: A U.S. District Court...
Uncle Sam emerged the winner Wednesday in the court battle over 10 extremely valuable gold coins known as "Double Eagles" that were minted in 1933 and discovered 80 years later in a dead man's safe d
It's been a good time to be a bankruptcy lawyer. Though it's been almost three years since the economy began its meltdown, several massive bankruptcies are continuing to generate big fees for attorne
A federal judge has refused to dismiss charges against five defendants who allegedly orchestrated fraudulent tax shelters that produced more than $4 billion in bogus losses
When managing partners of New York law firms large and small gathered in the same room last week at Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler, the inevitable question arose: Will business get any better
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