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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All five nominees to the National Labor Relations Board appeared Thursday before a sharply divided U.S. Senate committee. Democrats urged their speedy confirmation while Republicans called the board
Originally Published: National Law Journal
A former attorney with Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman has sued the firm and some of its partners after she was allegedly let go for taking time off under the Family and Medical Leave Act
A recent hot topic, and the subject of many articles, has been law firms and corporations deciding whether to insource, outsource or create a hybrid model for handling discovery services
...that was essentially flat at $1.06 billion. Morgan, Lewis & Bockius was the first Pennsylvania firm to be found on the...
Despite numerous travelers traversing the "yellow-brick road" to a more diverse workforce, diversity continues to present challenges
Pennsylvania firms have frequently been the subjects of law firm mergers in one of the most active quarters for merger activity the industry has seen since the beginning of 2009, according to a repor
Philadelphia's largest law firms may compete over the same business, but they share the same problems and concerns too when it comes to managing their own affairs
...a partner in the labor and employment practice group at Morgan Lewis [& Bockius]. A major part of my practice now focuses on representing...
...Settlement negotiations began last June between Daniel Johnson Jr. of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius in San Francisco for Sony and Raymond Niro of Niro...
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
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