Founded in 1969 and with just over 400 lawyers, Schulte Roth & Zabel isn’t among the oldest or largest of New York firms, but it is a major player in the financial services sector. Ranked seventy–fourth on the 2011 Am Law 100 (with $373 million in revenues), Schulte is particularly...
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After discussions with more than 50 private equity and other investment professionals, merger and strategic consultants, and senior law firm personnel, The American Lawyer developed a method for dete
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...manager of litigation support, director of litigation support services at Schulte Roth & Zabel (2001-2004), and finally, Shearman & Sterling, where he was...
...supported cases. In 2002, I left to join Schulte Roth & Zabel, which was expanding its litigation support department. At that time...
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