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...and individual partners from Hunton & Williams, McDermott Will & Emery, and McGuireWoods. Polsinelli has been one of the most acquisitive firms in The Am...
Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman launches in Washington, D.C.; Thompson Hine grabs two from Barnes & Thornburg in Atlanta; and a U.S. Department of Homeland Security lawyer joins King & Spalding. Th
Deloitte, one of the world's big four accounting firms, announced Monday that it would acquire McColl Partners, a Charlotte-based boutique investment bank founded by former Bank of America chairman a
Skadden is advising France's largest reinsurer SCOR on a $920 million deal that will create the largest U.S. life reinsurer, as well as U.S. asset manager Smith Breeden Associates on its sale to Fren
Duane Morris welcomes back a Massachusetts state representative; Dentons expands in Kansas City; and Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart adds four attorneys around the country. The Churn is cons
As the merger between London-based Norton Rose and Am Law 100 stalwart Fulbright & Jaworski officially went live on Monday, The Am Law Daily looks back to The American Lawyer's Am Law 100 list from 1
...Thacher team that also included M&A partner Patrick Naughton. McGuireWoods also advised Smithfield, while chief legal officer Michael Cole led the company...
Paul Hastings, Simpson Thacher, Troutman Sanders, and McGuire Woods are advising on what could be the largest-ever Chinese acquisition of an American company
...Meyers, and Coburn Beck. Simpson Thacher & Bartlett and McGuireWoods are advising Smithfield on the sale. Simpson's team includes New...
In what is potentially the largest-ever Chinese takeover of an American company, Shuanghui International Holdings Limited said Wednesday that it will buy U.S. meat processor Smithfield Foods in a dea
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