...according to managing partner William Hollander of 200-year-old Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs. But it has positioned local firms for a nice recovery...
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, DLA Piper and environmental groups such as the Center for Biological Diversity were among the top recipients in 2012 of attorney fees from the federal government, whic
The government paid $86 million in a single case — the epic class action over mismanagement of Indian money
...branch in Nashville. Partner BRENDI KAPLAN, formerly at Wyatt Tarrant & Combs, will join Burr & Formans banking and real...
Notice to the bar
Skadden hires high-profile former federal prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald; Hunton & Williams adds former Florida deputy attorney general as a litigation partner; and Mintz Levin snags the former head o
Health Care REIT, the nation's third-largest health care real estate investment trust, has agreed to acquire rival Sunrise Senior Living for nearly $845 million, in a deal yielding advisory roles for
...Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, a 195-attorney law firm based in Louisville, Ky., has...
The state Superior Court has vacated $90.3 million in future damages awarded in a coal mining contract dispute because the trial judge calculated the damages based upon the market price of coal from
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