For much of the last century, Ropes & Gray was known primarily as a toptier Boston law firm. But a pair of highprofile mergers during the past ten years has greatly expanded the firms reach and its expertise. A 2003 merger with Reboul, MacMurray, Hewitt & Maynard boosted...
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Phillips Lytle, one of the largest law firms in Buffalo, will be moving its offices next month, and the firm of Zeichner Ellman & Krause has relocated its offices to 1211 Avenue of the Americas where
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Swedish engineering company Atlas Copco is inhaling the U.K.'s Edwards Group, announcing that it has agreed to pay up to $1.6 billion to acquire the supplier of industrial vacuums. Also, Paulson & C
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David Greenwald, a deputy general counsel from Goldman Sachs Group, will serve as the firm's cochair with current chair Valerie Ford Jacob until March 2015, when Greenwald will take over as chairman
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