...McKeon at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius and Kimberly Leach Johnson at Quarles & Brady, both of whom ...
LeClairRyan absorbs an 11-attorney health care boutique in Maryland; Akerman Senterfitt nabs GrayRobinson's alcoholic beverage practice; and Pryor Cashman gains a trusts and estates lawyer from Chadb
Herbert Smith Freehills hires a new head of its U.S. investigations and financial services litigation practice; Boies Schiller & Flexner names a managing partner to its London office; and Bracewell &
Ropes & Gray hires five new partners in Hong Kong, London, and New York; a hedge fund general counsel joins Sidley Austin in London; and Cozen O'Connor takes one from Blank Rome in New York. The Chur
K&L Gates adds two partners in Charleston; former?Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough partners join?Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton in Atlanta; and the New York office of?Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hamp
...Stibbe acted as Dutch counsel to ASM International while Quarles & Brady advised on U.S. law. Morgan Stanley and the Hongkong...
K&L Gates expands its energy and insurance practices while adding two partners in Hong Kong; Adobe Systems's general counsel moves to Sidley Austin; and a former assistant chief at the Department of
Detroit has retained Jones Day—a firm known for handling restructuring work across the industrial Midwest, including key clients in the U.S. auto industry—as it seeks to fight the state o
With Pope Benedict XVI's surprise announcement that he is stepping down as pontiff, we caught up with the Minneapolis-based plaintiffs' lawyer who pioneered sex abuse litigation against the Roman Cat
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
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