While its roots go back to 1834, McGuireWoods needed 150 years before it branched out beyond Virginia (it opened a Washington, D.C., office in 1984). But once it did, the firm did so in style, merging with a long list of other firmsmany of them small, regional outfits, but others, like 155lawyer...
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...while Don Ensing and Bryan Bylica of McGuireWoods in Chicago represented Emerging Solutions. ...
...amp; Secrest, is representing Andrews Kurth in the ongoing litigation. McGuireWoods was sued by a pair of former clients over its representation of...
...the firm picked up Am Law 100 partners from Winston & Strawn, McGuireWoods, Perkins Coie, and Holland & Knight. "We acquired several talented partners...
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2009 Almanac - Largest Mergers and Acquisition
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