Until 2007, Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal was a steady Chicago firm perhaps best known as the home of Scott Turow, the topselling novelist, and counsel to oldline legacy Midwestern companies such as All State Insurance and McDonalds. That changed rather quickly after Eliot Portnoy,...
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More than two years into its current management regime, McDermott Will & Emery has seen at least 38 partners?including several practice group leaders?leave in 2011
After a record year for lateral moves in 2009, law firm partners looked around in 2010 and decided that there was no place like home. In the 12-month period ending September 30, 2010, only 2,014 part
...and services. At Latham, corporate partner Edward "Ted" Sonnenschein of New York City and corporate partner Nicholas Luongo of Washington, D...
...the verdict the jury reached, the verdict must be sustained. Rosenthal v. Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal, LLP, 985 A.2d 443, 449 (D.C. 2009...
...associate. . . . Scott M. Kline has joined Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal in Dallas as a partner. . . . ...
...notable deals have been Hogan & Hartson's merger with Lovells and Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal's combination with Denton Wilde Sapte. Both are mergers...
In an Aug. 9 opinion, U.S. District Judge Terry Means of Fort Worth vacated $35,000 in sanctions he had imposed sua sponte against four firms and seven lawyers, doing away with his previous finding
U.S. District Judge Terry Means of Fort Worth has vacated $35,000 in sanctions he had imposed sua sponte against four firms and seven lawyers, doing away with his previous finding that they had engag
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