Given Venable’s sizable presence in Washington, D.C., where some 250 lawyers are based in its headquarters and a nearby office in Virginia, it’s no surprise that government–related work is a big portion of the firm’s workload. But Venable—a relatively new entrant on the...
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W.R. Grace beat the biggest criminal environmental prosecution yet by hanging tough with its employees
Faced with legal trouble, most companies have settled with the feds andgiven up their employees. Not W.R. Grace, which stuck with its execs in amassive asbestos case, refused to settle—and won
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