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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Noted art collector, philanthropist, and cosmetics heir Leonard Lauder turned to Simpson Thacher & Bartlett to advise on his donation of a collection of 78 Cubist drawings, paintings, and sculptures
The president of the Hispanic National Bar Association joins Barnes & Thornburg; Fox Rothschild hires a former mayor to open an office in Coral Gables, Florida; and K&L Gates loses three intellectual
Will Barry Berke of Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel help stymie the ever-widening insider trading probe of the...
...For the second year in a row, Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel saw its gross revenue edge up to a new high...
...to joining Katten Muchin, Goldman was a senior associate at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, advising banks and hedge funds on trading and restructuring distressed...
To a hearty round of backslaps and handshakes, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Martin Glenn closed a two-hour hearing Wednesday by approving Dewey & LeBoeuf's Chapter 11 liquidation plan after the last remaini
In what may be the final week of the Dewey & LeBoeuf bankruptcy before the defunct firm's Chapter 11 liquidation plan is approved, an emergency hearing was held Wednesday to weigh last-minute discove
Almost a dozen Am Law 100 firms have landed lead advisory roles on the proposed $11 billion merger of American Airlines parent AMR and US Airways Group—a Valentine's Day deal that would create
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett and K&L Gates are advising private equity firm KKR on its purchase of a nearly 25 percent stake in Nephila Capital, an $8 billion firm that provides reinsurance for catastr
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