It would be a mistake to think of Troutman Sanders simply as a big old Atlanta firm. The description is true, of course—it was founded more than a century ago and has scores of lawyers—but it is far from complete. This Am Law 100 firm has a footprint that reaches across the country to...
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Kathryn Isted wasn't looking to change jobs when a notice for a new type of attorney position at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton caught her eye: It offered reduced hours but the same status as a tradi
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If a retail tenant enters into a lease for space within a shopping center and the landlord does not disclose a co-tenant's exclusive use provision or other restrictions affecting the leasable space,
...bulk of our economy is based on consumer transactions," says Troutman Sanders partner David Anthony, a Richmond partner who co-heads the firm...
There was a time when big, respectable law firms would never use silly words like Tweet, Twitter and Twitterverse, but that seems to be changing, at least for some firms
...Listed closely behind were Foley & Lardner at No. 2, and Troutman Sanders at No. 3. Addison spoke to The National...
Had the economy not gone into a tail spin, Christopher Reid would likely be elbow-deep in research for discovery in a patent lawsuit at Ropes & Gray
...Howard Jr., a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Troutman Sanders and a former federal prosecutor, is that resigning "might be...
...Washington office of Troutman Sanders and a former federal prosecutor, is that resigning "might...
For years, environmental and shareholder activists have pushed companies that generate greenhouse gases to disclose how climate change could affect their financial outlook. Now, two operators of coal
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