Its the biggest lobby shop in Washington according to The Influence 50 and with revenues of $88 million, second only to Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld in revenues. But if it and its chairman Tom Boggs, son of a House Majority Leader and brother of an NPR commentator, got famous for influencing...
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Like many lawyers, Glenn Colton is a baseball fan. But the Dentons white-collar and government investigations practice head has taken his love for America's national pastime to the next level, scorin
...in Ecuador. In a motion filed on Friday, Chevron alleges that Patton Boggs tried to cover up evidence that the judgment was the product...
Robert Minion, chair of Lowenstein Sandler's investment management group, is advising Cerberus Capital Management on the private equity giant's possible sale of Freedom Group, a collection of firearm
The largest firm in the world as measured by gross revenue is increasing its attorney head count by combining with United Arab Emirates firm Habib Al Mulla in a tie-up that takes effect on July 1
In its effort to discredit lawyers holding an allegedly fraudulent $19 billion environmental judgment against it, Chevron Corporation has found an unlikely ally: Burford Capital, the world's largest
...Continuing a burst of new office openings by Am Law firms, Patton Boggs and Vedder Price are launching locations in the Middle East and...
In our latest look at sports and the law, The Am Law Daily does some spring cleaning by tracking down the legal fees accrued by the National Football League Players Association in its collective barg
One jury found that the Baltimore Ravens infringed on a logo sketched by a fan. Another jury found that the Ravens didn't owe the fan anything. That's why they're still in court today
In the final installment in our series of stories marking the 10th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, The Am Law Daily checks in with Manhattan prosecutor Matthew Bogdanos, Reed Smith equity p
...vacuum for more than a year, the New York office of Patton Boggs finally has a new lawyer at the helm. The...
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