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...Davis's counsel at Kirkland & Ellis, and the attorneys from Wiley Rein and New York's ...
Three attorneys join Robinson & Cole; McKenna Long & Aldridge names a new chair to its public finance group; and Wiley Rein expands its environment and safety practice with the addition of a partner
Holland & Knight and Fenwick & West are among the first firms to agree to pay money to the Howrey estate based on the legal theory that bankrupt law firms have a stake in work taken by their former l
Even as its troubled Dreamliner fleet remains grounded, Boeing announced Tuesday an agreement valued at $15.6 billion under which it will provide low-cost European carrier Ryanair with 175 single-ai
Lawyers leave the government to join Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher; Jones Day; and Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe; McDermott Will & Emery expands in Paris with an Africa-focused mining trio; and a Latham &
...California banare being represented pro bono by Wiley Rein alum and current Emory University School of Law associate dean and...
Less than a year after helping billionaire Larry Ellison buy the Hawaiian island of Lanai, San Francisco-based DLA Piper corporate partner Brad Rock represented the Oracle founder in his acquisition
The 2012 election has caused some lawyers to leave their government positions and move to Am Law 100 firms
An SEC lawyer heads back to Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr; Bracewell & Giuliani bolsters its London office; and Dickstein Shapiro loses two longtime partners.The Churn is constant. Please sen
... Still, some firms had a fairly strong year. At Wiley Rein, profits per partner increased by about 10 percent, and Arent Fox...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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