Shearman & Sterling isnt just one of the nations oldest and most distinguished law firms, its also one of its most resilient. How else to describe a firm that took so many hits during the recessionby 2011, its net income, gross revenue, profits per partner, and head count...
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After going five months without a chief marketing officer, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius is poaching from Latham & Watkins to fill the void. Despina Kartson, who has served as Latham's top marketing execut
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...acquitted two lower-level AUO workers, Lai-Juh Chen, represented by Shearman & Sterling and solo Brian Getz, and Tsannrong Lee, represented by Brendan Conroy...
More than a half-dozen of the top class action plaintiffs firms in the country have spent years pressing securities claims related to a joint effort by Pfizer's Wyeth unit and Irish biotech company E
...Embattled Japanese camera and medical equipment maker Olympus has hired Shearman & Sterling and Blank Rome to represent it in securities litigation brought in...
...Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft financial restructuring co-chair Deryck Palmer, retired Shearman & Sterling partner Robert Dineen Jr., prominent sports agent David Falk, Joshua Heintz...
Law firm recruiting partners have gazed into their crystal balls, and what they see is a promising future for would-be associates from the Class of 2013
The markets' seemingly bottomless hunger for initial public offerings remained in effect this week, with six companies announcing plans to raise a total of nearly $1 billion
As it seeks to expand its presence in Asia, Philadelphia-based Duane Morris finds itself dogged again and again by the same questions
...way. Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison takes two partners from Shearman & Sterling and five from O'Melveny & Myers; Latham & Watkins recruits...
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