Latham & Watkins always has a plan. Founded in Los Angeles by a pair of tax and labor lawyers during the Great Depression, the firm now has more than 2,000 lawyers spread across 31 offices. It was one of the first of the regional law firms to go national. Unlike many competitors, Latham solved...
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Kirkland & Ellis is advising longtime private equity client Vista Equity Partners on its nearly $1 billion purchase of cybersecurity software maker Websense, while fellow private equity firm Landmark
...5/21/13, 6:40 p.m. EDT: Latham & Watkins is providing Yahoo with regulatory advice with respect to the Tumblr...
In a year that has seen Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman falter in Northern California, the litigation shop is building out its insurance coverage practice with a pair of hires in Los Angeles from J
Generic drug maker Actavis has agreed to pay $5 billion in stock and assumed $3.5 billion in debt to acquire Irish rival Warner Chilcott. The deal comes less than a month after the collapse of a tent
...lateral hires with perennial market leaders Cravath, Swaine & Moore, Latham & Watkins, and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom. Last week...
U.S. companies have already raised $16.8 billion through initial public offerings so far this year and several Am Law 100 firms are reaping the benefits
Taken together, Katten Muchin Rosenman's recent move into Houston and a spate of lateral hires shows that a boom in energy-related work continues to attract new Am Law firms to Space City while motiv
...John Kissick, founded Ares in 1997. (Latham & Watkins and McDermott Will & Emery advised Ressler on his ...
The Southeastern Conference turned to Charlotte's Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson to advise on a sports network deal with ESPN; Rutgers replaces Cahill Gordon with Skadden for an internal probe of its em
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