Based in Chicago since the mid nineteenth century, Winston & Strawn boasts one of the nation’s premier litigation practices. The chair of the firm, Dan Webb, is one of the nation’s leading corporate defense lawyers. He made his reputation as a corruption–busting U.S. Attorney...
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Nearly a month after announcing they would move to Sidley Austin's Dallas office, a group of eight partners in Weil, Gotshal & Manges' Big D office changed their work address on Oct. 15. A total of n
The U.S. Supreme Court will review two important appeals in patent-infringement cases, including one from the Lone Star State. The pair of disputes will determine how much discretion trial courts hav
David Skeels and his client are like a lot of patent litigators and litigants: They want the hard-fought claims-construction rulings they win in federal trial courts to stand a better chance of survi
... and Richard "Dick" Wynne have joined Winston & Strawn as partners in the firm's corporate and transactional practice in...
Just as Christopher Paolella was hitting his stride in surmounting the challenges of starting his own firm he received a call in October from an old boss that threw his life into turmoil. Paolella, a
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...senior attorney, Winston & Strawn) and ...
...Talanov, Trey Mahoney and Casey Berger, Winston & Strawn, Houston; and Olga Kobzar and Joe Sanders...
...Solutions. The law firm then hired attorney Michael J. Boland of Winston & Strawn to serve as managing director of the subsidiary. Lidbury...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
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