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Latham & Watkins, Simpson Thacher, Davis Polk, and Fenwick & West are leading a pack of firms reaping the benefits from a recent round of initial public offerings that includes share sales for such c
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...For Amicus Curiae Professor Richard W. Painter: Mary-Christine Sungaila, Snell & Wilmer L.L.P., Costa Mesa, California, on the Brief, Richard W...
The president of the Hispanic National Bar Association joins Barnes & Thornburg; Fox Rothschild hires a former mayor to open an office in Coral Gables, Florida; and K&L Gates loses three intellectual
With new managing partner Ken Cutler preparing to jet to London as part of a firmwide confidence-building tour, Dorsey & Whitney—whose gross revenue dropped for the fifth straight year in 2012&
Fish & Richardson IP partner John Dragseth and Emory University School of Law professor Timothy Holbrook are representing Brendan Ayanbadejo and Chris Kluwe on the amicus brief the players have filed
Decades-old principles are influencing privacy reform on Capitol Hill, explains Snell & Wilmer's Timothy Toohey
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