Read the Schiff Hardin firm profile.
...counsel, handles individual wealth management matters. She was previously counsel at Schiff Hardin. ROBERT KAUFFMAN has left a position as...
Faced with the possibility of becoming the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, the Motor City has taken heart in more promising news, such as the U.S. auto industry hitting a six-year sales
...the private wealth services team. He was last a partner at Schiff Hardin, focusing on estate and corporate planning. Cozen O'Connor...
King & Spalding brings aboard a former assistant chief of the Justice Department's antitrust division in New York; Gibson Dunn hires a longtime veteran of the SEC; and Schiff Hardin grabs four attorn
In our latest look at sports and the law, The Am Law Daily does some spring cleaning by tracking down the legal fees accrued by the National Football League Players Association in its collective barg
Three years after joining the firm upon stepping down as FINRA's enforcement chief, Bingham McCutchen securities enforcement practice head Susan Merrill and 10 other Bingham partners are decamping to
Venable launches its eighth office, in Delaware; a former senior legal adviser at the Federal Communications Commission joins Mayer Brown's tax practice in Washington, D.C.; and four intellectual pro
...Andrew Perlman, a former Schiff Hardin litigation associate who for the past decade has been a professor...
Bingham McCutchen loses energy lawyers in New York and tax lawyers in Washington, D.C.; Baker & McKenzie welcomes back a one-time SEC general counsel; and a former governor of Puerto Rico joins Stept
Jones Day snatches three partners from White & Case for its banking and finance practice in Germany; Chadbourne & Parke hires a new partner to its Latin America group and loses its insurance cohead;
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