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Miller, Canfield, Paddock & Stone insisted in a Wednesday filing that its role as counsel to the Public Lighting Authority of Detroit in bond negotiations aimed at ensuring that all of the hard-press
Five years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the bankruptcy landscape has forever changed, but lingering concerns remain about the health of the U.S. economy as new Chapter 11 cases are filed fo
The recent $261 million purchase of English Premier League franchise Fulham FC and the record-setting $68 million sale of Major League Soccer's Columbus Crew have landed roles for a handful of Am Law
Patton Boggs loses six lawyers to Jackson Lewis and one to Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr; Steptoe & Johnson has hired a recently retired International Trade Commission judge; and Greenberg Tr
...Richard "Rick" Massey, a former head of Kutak Rock's M&A practice and onetime Alltel general counsel, serves...
...approval for presidential programs. Most recently, he was a partner at Kutak Rock. Baker & McKenzie has hired litigator MICHAEL DUFFY...
Lawyers from Covington, Katten Muchin, and Milbank were watching closely Wednesday as owners of the National Basketball Association's 30 teams voted against a $625 million deal that would have sent t
Bell, California, briefly occupied the nation's attention after the Los Angeles Times made front-page news out allegations that the gritty city carved out of an unglamorous section of Los Angeles Cou
Originally Published: National Law Journal
With the National Football League playoffs less than two weeks away, The Am Law Daily takes a look at the player agents who hail from Am Law 200 firms. Elsewhere in our latest look at sports and the
Federal business bankruptcy filings have fallen to their lowest levels since 2008, and one large debtor in Eastman Kodak and its lawyers from Sullivan & Cromwell are poised to exit Chapter 11 proceed
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