While its roots date back to 1866, when it was founded in Chicago, Sidley Austin will always have another key date in its history: May 2001, when it merged with New York’s Brown & Wood. The deal combined Sidley—already a major player in corporate, litigation, and regulatory work—with...
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...IP); Hogan Lovells, Washington, DC (regulatory); Ropes & Gray, Boston (corporate); Sidley & Austin, Chicago (M&A); Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, Palo Alto...
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