...s U.S. white-collar and government investigations practice. Duane Morris has added two former Lebensfeld Borker Sussman & Sharon partners to its...
American Realty Capital Properties has presented the board of Cole Credit Property Trust with a takeover bid valued at $9 billion, including assumed debt, that has the potential to create the largest
King & Spalding welcomes back a former top Department of Justice official; Morris, Manning & Martin expands its tax practice in Atlanta; and two partners leave Linklaters in New York. The Churn is co
Bingham McCutchen loses energy lawyers in New York and tax lawyers in Washington, D.C.; Baker & McKenzie welcomes back a one-time SEC general counsel; and a former governor of Puerto Rico joins Stept
Jeffrey Koewler, a corporate partner at the largest firm in California's capital city, is seeking to find a new buyer for the NBA's Sacramento Kings in order to prevent the franchise from leaving tow
...a senior partner and leader of the tax practice at Morris, Manning & Martin, was appointed to the newly-created Georgia Tax Tribunal. ...
Wilmer recruits a high-ranking official from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority; Holland & Knight adds three partners to its new Bogotá office; and Hunton and Williams gains a former
An assistant U.S. attorney heads to Jenner & Block; Blank Rome gains a partner in its financial services group in New York; and Nelson Mullins welcomes a new partner to its health care practice. The
...Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo. Lane Powell and Morris, Manning & Martin return to the Second Hundred for the first time since...
...Atlanta office has added partner JOHN WILLIAMSON from Morris, Manning & Martin. Williamson is a business litigator who often handles class actions...
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