The end of merger talks between Orrick and Pillsbury Winthrop over client conflicts and McKenna Long partners' rejection of a tie-up with Dentons illustrate how complicated and volatile the merger pr
...C., New York (Steven I. Lewbel of counsel), for ap — Schiff Hardin LLP, New York (Christine W. Feller of counsel), for res —...
Peter J. Kiernan, Rose Mary Bailly and William Josephson from the New York State Law Revision Commission discuss pending amendments involving the Estates, Powers and Trusts Law, indemnification revis
State legislators are considering proposed changes in the way temporary maintenance has been awarded in New York divorce actions for the past three years
Robert M. Freedman, Barry I. Lutzky and Lauren I. Mechaly of Schiff Hardin write: Special Needs Trusts are commonly used in planning for disabled beneficiaries. Trustees of such trusts have different
...Robert M. Freedman, Barry I. Lutzky and Lauren I. Mechaly of Schiff Hardin write: Special Needs Trusts are commonly used in planning for disabled...
Joseph McLaughlin, a longtime federal judge who was born of working-class roots in Brooklyn, nurtured in the Jesuit academic tradition and renowned for his scholarship, wit and compassion, died Thurs
... Schiff Hardin is acquiring Mazur Carp & Rubin, an 11-attorney construction law...
Key state legislators say they hope over the next month to agree on the most substantial reforms in the New York state's Not-for-Profit Corporation Law since 1969
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