The first Texas law firm to see average partner compensation pass $1 million (a feat accomplished in 2005), Vinson & Elkins is one of the countrys top firms for oil and gas work. It also boasts a firsttier litigation groupit picked up an honorable mention in The American Lawyers...
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Kirkland & Ellis is advising longtime private equity client Vista Equity Partners on its nearly $1 billion purchase of cybersecurity software maker Websense, while fellow private equity firm Landmark
U.S. companies have already raised $16.8 billion through initial public offerings so far this year and several Am Law 100 firms are reaping the benefits
...34;Those [partners] that are in those bedrock firmslike Vinson & Elkins and Baker Botts, Andrews Kurth, and some othersare being...
Real estate firm Hines has announced the sale of Manhattan office buildings at 425 Lexington Avenue and 499 Park Avenue to JPMorgan Asset Management and American Realty Advisors, respectively, for a
Edwards Wildman Palmer expands its newly launched Miami office; a Department of Justice lawyer joins Steptoe & Johnson in Washington, D.C.; and Chadbourne & Parke loses a project finance partner in N
...statement. Tuohey joined Brown Rudnick in 2010 after leaving Vinson & Elkins after more than a dozen years there. Tuohey said in an...
...execute the deal, while the Inergy companies sought legal advice from Vinson & Elkins. Simpson Thacher is a longtime adviser to First Reserve...
N.J. Carpenters Health Fund v. NovaStar Mortgage; Apotex v. Bristol-Myers Squibb; Ryan et al. v. JPMorgan Chas
...of 27 public finance lawyers it picked up from crosstown competitor Vinson & Elkins in January 2012. The following May, a group of five energy...
Latham & Watkins, Simpson Thacher, Davis Polk, and Fenwick & West are leading a pack of firms reaping the benefits from a recent round of initial public offerings that includes share sales for such c
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