...employee relations and compliance matters. Previously, Faul was a partner at Rivkin Radler. Ropes & Gray (Boston): Michelle...
...the impact attorney additions or departures can have in its ranking. Rivkin Radler, with 129 lawyers, decreased by 10 attorneys but plunged 30 spots...
This week marks the debut of our expanded NLJ law firm survey. The new NLJ 350 ranks 100 national and regional law firms that have been added to our annual list of the nation's largest firms by headc
For the first time since the Great Recession, NLJ 250 firms saw average year-over-year growth, increasing 1.7 percent
... RIVKIN RADLER UNIONDALE, N.Y. ...
...product liability lawsuits alleging economic loss. Savino is managing partner of Rivkin Radler in Uniondale, N.Y. The 7th Circuit decision, written...
Timothy J. Oyer was named president and managing partner of the Boston-based intellectual property firm Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks; plus more law firm personnel news in this week's column
Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott (Pittsburgh): Scott D. Cessar has been appointed as member in charge of the firm's home officeand other notable personnel shifts
A recent ALM survey proves that law librarians are necessary to the life of the firm, and that their roles are expanding
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