Katten Muchin Rosenman hires eight attorneys in its new Houston office; Husch Blackwell brings aboard a business litigation partner in Chicago; and Morrison & Foerster welcomes back a partner in Hong
The president of the Hispanic National Bar Association joins Barnes & Thornburg; Fox Rothschild hires a former mayor to open an office in Coral Gables, Florida; and K&L Gates loses three intellectual
...a 2011 fiscal year in which its revenue stayed nearly flat, Saul Ewing saw its 2012 revenue shoot up 7.8 percent despite only...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
Littler Mendelson lands a Supreme Court justice's son; federal prosecutors take jobs with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and Mayer Brown; and Nixon Peabody bolsters its public finance practice with two new
Former acting head of the U.S. Justice Department's Antitrust Division returns to Simpson Thacher; Barnes & Thornburg continues to expand with a partner hire in Washington, D.C.; and Mayer Brown stre
K&L Gates gains a partner in Dubai; a Dewey & LeBoeuf lawyer in Brussels finds his way to Steptoe & Johnson; and Perkins Coie makes three lateral hires. The Churn is constant. Please send all announc
Penn State University disclosed late Tuesday that it has spent nearly $17 million on fees paid to outside lawyers, consultants, and public relations professionals as a result of the Jerry Sandusky ch
Two years after hiring former sports agent Gregg Clifton to build out its collegiate and professional sports practice, labor and employment firm Jackson Lewis has been retained by a member of Penn St
Multiple Am Law firms are extending their reach, with the fall of Dewey & LeBoeuf proving to be a particular boon to Baker & McKenzie, Dechert, Greenberg Traurig, McDermott, Morgan Lewis, and now, Pa
McDermott Will & Emery's Paris office marks its first anniversary with the hiring of three partners; Haynes and Boone adds to its offices in Mexico City and Dallas; and Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sulli
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