David Kurtz joins Constangy, Brooks & Smith's labor and litigation practice as partner in the Boston office. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
...hedge funds. Said J. Dormer Stephen, co-chairman of Shipman & Goodwin's business and finance practice: "I think the perception...
...the labor market," he said. Hartford, Conn.-based Shipman & Goodwin, with 145 lawyers, recruited from Yale and George Washington University Law...
...Mesa, Calif., office oversees employment issues in that state. Hartford-based Shipman & Goodwin screens websites and online content for infringement. ("Lego" should...
...major urban areas, said Scott Murphy, chairman of Hartford, Conn.-based Shipman & Goodwin, which has about 145 attorneys. Especially on the East Coast, midsize...
Anything but strict compliance with regulations may expose a company to severe civil and criminal sanctions
Business and legal organizations are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to step into White & Case's battle with federal prosecutors over documents produced under a civil protective order
Kmiec resigns; Robbins Geller takes the lead against the Post; White & Case garners support; Walton, Clemens and Congress; GWU professors get cherry-picked; exercised over coupon expiration dates; an
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