Like a number of other Am Law 100 firms, Pillsbury Winthrop is the product of multiple high–profile mergers. In 2001, San Francisco?based Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro—legal adviser to companies like Chevron Corporation and Pacific Bell Telephone Company (now part of AT&T Inc.)—merged...
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The global biopharmaceutical company's legal team collaborates the way a certain dynamic duo does on the silver screen. And like them, it gets results
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This is the debut installment of The Sanity Clause, column, we examine contract issues faced by in-house counsel
Parties to contracts routinely agree that the laws of a particular jurisdiction will govern their relationship. Despite their prevalence, choice-of-law provisions often do not apply when needed most
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As Facebook's IPO transforms the social network from a private venture to a publicly held corporation, general counsel Ted Ullyot's role at the company is about to change in some significant ways
When a lawsuit is settled, the clients cut a deal, the legal gladiators lay down their briefs, and everyone breathes a sigh of relief. But is that sigh premature
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