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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Harvard, Georgetown follow business school model
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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It seemed as if the worst was behind him. But a former tax attorney and hedge fund manager, Lawrence Goldfarb, who had settled investment fraud charges is back in court fighting the feds
Originally Published: The Recorder
Building wind farms is big business. The Global Wind Energy Council reports that wind power installations in 2010 represented $65 billion worth of investment and expanded global wind energy capacity
...to between 40 and 50, the source said. Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy had just 16 summer associates in New York this year...
Believe it: The worst economic downturn since the Great Depression has hit law firms hard
...Steen & Hamilton; Dechert; Foley Hoag; Kaye Scholer; Lowenstein Sandler; Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy; Schulte Roth & Zabel; Steptoe & Johnson; Strook & Strook...
Want an early look at how law firms will end 2008? Check out their associate bonus memos. Of the 14 firms whose memos have made it onto the blogosphere, all but one in some way refer to the economy o
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