Milbanks Am Law 100 rankingfortyfirst on the 2011 list, with $622 million in revenuedoesnt tell the full story. The firm typically scores in the top 15 on key metrics like profits per partner (a healthy $2.5 million in 2010), revenue per lawyer, and average partner compensation....
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Thanks in part to three high-profile lateral partners hired in recent years—Paul Maher and Stephen Horvath III in London and Lejb Fogelman in Warsaw—Greenberg Traurig has grabbed lead rol
...Litigation Reform Act in 1995. HSBC was represented first by Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy and then by Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz...
High growth in places like Malaysia and the Philippines continues to draw the attention of international firms. But can a practice focused on such markets really make up for slower growth in China an
Major League Baseball's Atlanta Braves stunned many this week by announcing that the team will leave its downtown home in 2017 for a new $672 million stadium in suburban Cobb County. Elsewhere in our
...might not remember Michelle Mumford, but I bet folks at Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy still do. That's because she said that being...
GrayRobinson merges with trial firm Hirschhorn & Bieber; the former managing partner of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy's Asia practice joins investment bank Moelis & Co.; and Cozen O'Connor launches
* Rajah & Tann on a $1.1 billion bid for a Chinese food company* Morgan Lewis helps a Texas oil company make a Malaysian exit* Squire Sanders and White & Case line up for U.S. cloud computing acquisi
Despite decades of effort and millions of dollars spent, the U.K.'s Magic Circle firms still haven't made a dent in the New York market
...Hong Kong office of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy. Grandolfo confirmed the move but said a...
... Former Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy Asia managing partner Anthony Root has joined boutique investment...
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