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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...39;s Los Angeles and Palo Alto offices who joined Morgan, Lewis & Bockius in July, corporate partners Barry Dastin, Sheri Jeffrey and Russ...
On the day after Christmas 2012, Toyota Motor North America announced that it had agreed to settle a giant class action over the sudden, unintended acceleration of some of its vehicles. It was the ki
The best that most Pennsylvania law firms can expect in terms of revenue growth in 2014 is between 3 and 7 percent, according to a review of both local and national surveys, as well as several years'
Baker & McKenzie, Drinker Biddle, Freshfields, Kirkland & Ellis, Latham & Watkins, Norton Rose Fulbright, Skadden and Womble Carlyle led the way as several large firms landed lead roles advising buyo
...chaired by Rudy Moliere, director of records and information at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, and Charlene Wacenske, senior manager, firmwide records, at Morrison &...
Toyota paid more than $1 billion to settle the economic damages MDL on sudden acceleration. So why do some observers say the company won
Lately, I have been meeting with lots of lawyers who fall into two categories. First, those that have come out of senior legal positions within the government and therefore have no clients, and secon
When it came through 2012's financial performance, Pennsylvania?s largest law firms saw everything from small to double-digit rises in most of the key metrics
... Frisby attorney Eric Sitarchuk, from the Philadelphia office of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, said Friday, “We are of course very pleased with...
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