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...Midstream LLC of Dallas for $1 billion in cash. Thompson & Knight represents TEAK in the deal, which gives the Philadelphia-based Atlas...
Originally Published: Texas Lawyer
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
...a shareholder with Lanier Ford Shaver & Payne. Holland & Knight has boosted its corporate and international departments with the addition of ...
Three years after Latham & Watkins poached more than a dozen White & Case partners in New York, the Middle East, and London, White & Case has launched a new outpost in Madrid by raiding Latham for it
The Silicon Valley office of Bingham McCutchen adds three new corporate attorneys; two former Husch Blackwell?partners join a labor and employment boutique; and the former U.S. ambassador to Romania
The same week that Sports Illustrated named Proskauer Rose the most powerful law firm in sports, a Proskauer squad and team representing Kaye Scholer, Skadden and Stikeman Elliott squared off in the
...after absorbing an aviation-focused boutique, while Adams and Reese and Thompson & Knight have expanded into Jacksonville and San Francisco, respectively, by picking up...
...The American Lawyer reported, Thompson & Knight saw a similar cooperation agreement with Brazil's Tauil & Chequer...
The embattled Oklahoma City–based company has agreed to sell a chunk of its oil and gas assets to China's state-owned Sinopec in a $1.02 billion deal aimed at helping Chesapeake cope with its f
...t work out. The firm's merger discussions with Texas-based Thompson & Knight, for example, were made public in late 2010 but ended in...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
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