When Morgan, Lewis & Bockius does something, it tends to do it in a big way. There are the billion–dollar revenues, the massive roster of lawyers, the far–flung network of offices (22 across the globe), and the long list of A–list clients (including nine of the top ten companies...
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...9 nominations of Arent Fox partner Harry Johnson III and Morgan, Lewis & Bockius partner Philip Miscimarra as a step in the right direction...
Many employers in the United States have come to believe that establishing employee wellness programs can lower health costs and increase productivity. But key components continue to prove problemati
An update to key health care privacy and security rules has made providing services to health care companies a lot more complicated
Providing services to health care companies just got a lot more complicated
...had been general counsel at the Federal Trade Commission, rejoined Morgan, Lewis & Bockius as a partner in Washington, D.C. Another FTC veteran...
...Philadelphia-based partner in the labor and employment practice at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, says he isn't surprised by the EEOC statistics....
In the wake of the Jan. 25 federal court ruling invalidating three of President Barack Obama's recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board, corporations are left in a cloud of doubt
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