...revamp billing methods in a more client-centered marketplace. But Richards, Layton & Finger, the 138-attorney law firm deeply entrenched in the Delaware...
Slow hiring at their larger competitors makes them more attractive to the elite class of law school graduates
National Law Journal
...cut Davis on his ring-finger. Davis attempted to retreat but...examinations, one performed by Dr. Richard Coons, a psychiatrist, and the...
The Delaware Court of Chancery has dismissed a case that claimed Goldman Sachs breached its fiduciary duty to shareholders through a compensation structure that encouraged employees to take undue ris
Judges on the Delaware Court of Chancery are putting plaintiffs' attorney fee requests under the microscope in cases challenging corporate deals — and slashing requested fees when they find tha
...Susan Kaufman, an associate at Cooch and Taylor in Wilmington, Del., and Richard Seltzer and Babette Ceccotti, both partners at New York's Cohen, Weiss...
A pair of plaintiffs' law firms plan to ask the Delaware Court of Chancery for as much as $6.5 million in fees for legal work related to shareholder lawsuit settlements with Alberto Culver Co. that d
A pair of plaintiffs' law firms teamed up to win unusual concessions for shareholders from beauty products company Alberto Culver Co. in its proposed $3.7 billion acquisition by Unilever
...Warner Bros.' lawyer — Frederick Cottrell III, a director at Richards, Layton & Finger in Wilmington, Del. — returned calls for comment. ...
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