Founded in Seattle in 1912, Perkins Coie has grownboth in size and scopealong with its hometown. It has developed a busy technologyrelated practice and counts many of the regions hightech superstarsAmazon.com and Nintendo of America among themas clients. Not...
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U.S. companies have already raised $16.8 billion through initial public offerings so far this year and several Am Law 100 firms are reaping the benefits
Alston & Bird adds four partners to its capital markets department on the East Coast; the vice-chair of Greenberg Traurig's pharmaceutical, medical device, and health care litigation practice has lef
...Dickstein Shapiro, and GLENN BENSON, who was previously with Perkins Coie. Perlis and Benson will be based in Washington, D.C., and...
The two firms are advising Coda Holdings, a struggling Los Angeles-based electric car manufacturer, as it drove into bankruptcy this week in Delaware. Coda joins the ranks of other ailing green auto
Consumer electronics giant Apple, which was unburdened by debt until this week, is relying on Hogan Lovells as the company undertakes its first bond sale in more than two decades to help finance a $1
Paul Tiao, a former senior cybersecurity adviser with the FBI, has left the agency to become a partner in the privacy and data security group of Hunton & Williams in Washington, D.C. The practice gro
...property group, John Squires, who took a four-lawyer team to Perkins Coie; and Washington, D.C., office managing partner Mary Lopatto, who went...
...a national firm? Robert Giles, the long-serving managing partner of Perkins Coie, nods his head and raises his eyebrows when the subject comes...
In fiscal 2012, The Am Law 100—which has a new leader in gross revenue this year—posted modest gains on all our key metrics. Read the complete package
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