As the merger between London-based Norton Rose and Am Law 100 stalwart Fulbright & Jaworski officially went live on Monday, The Am Law Daily looks back to The American Lawyer's Am Law 100 list from 1
Like many lawyers, Glenn Colton is a baseball fan. But the Dentons white-collar and government investigations practice head has taken his love for America's national pastime to the next level, scorin
A significant amount of yen is flowing into Southeast Asia as Japanese companies seek growth outside the country. The lawyers aren't far behind
Alston & Bird adds four partners to its capital markets department on the East Coast; the vice-chair of Greenberg Traurig's pharmaceutical, medical device, and health care litigation practice has lef
...the Hong Kong offices of Squire Sanders and Loeb & Loeb...
...Squire Sanders has hired a new partner for its construction practice in...
Cull the partnership to boost profits: That's the conventional wisdom. But is it truth—or illusion
...life sciences industry. AVINASH GANATRA, a former Squire Sanders partner, has joined the partnership of Carter Ledyard & Milburn. A...
...friendly law firms. (Fulbright & Jaworski; Goodwin Proctor; Shearman & Sterling; Squire Sanders) and notable dropouts from ...
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