When this firm says it is based in Washington, D.C., it really means it: There are no other offices. Every attorney on Williams & Connollys roster is based in the nations capital. And when the firm says it is focused on litigation, particularly the highstakes stuff, it means...
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George A. Borden, a partner in Williams & Connolly, and John S. Williams, an associate with the firm, review legal issues involved in the case against Mark Cuban, including what is required to create
Sysco Corporation said Monday it will buy rival food distributor US Foods in a deal worth $8.2 billion once assumed debt is factored in. Also, SAC Capital Advisors has agreed to sell its SAC Re reins
Sysco Corporation has agreed to buy rival food distributor US Foods in a deal that includes $4.7 billion in assumed debt. Wachtell and Arnall, Golden & Gregory are advising Sysco, while US Foods has
For the past four years, U.S. Agency for International Development contractor Alan Gross has wasted away in a Cuban prison, serving a 15-year sentence for providing Internet access to the island's sm
...voluntary manslaughter and other related crimes. Slatten, represented by Thomas Connolly and Steven Fredley of Wilshire & Grannis, is also pursuing a separate...
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...District of Columbia and Virginia seeking more than $2 million total. Williams & Connolly and Levine Sullivan Koch & Schulz recently filed suit in D...
While the rest of the western world prepares itself for the holidays, big firm lawyers, especially partners, are busy with a different task: trying to collect their outstanding bills before the end o
It's hard to find a hotter topic than patent reform right now on Capitol Hill. It's even harder to find what the director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has to say about it. Plus mor
...so here's news from Blog of the Legal Times that Williams & Connolly survived the DQ motion filed in a dispute over ownership of...
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... Williams & Connolly can continue to represent the son of one of the firm...
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