The combined firm would have over 1,000 lawyers, nearly 300 equity partners and revenue topping $855 million.
Kaloma Cardwell's case against the prestigious law firm involves alleged acts of subtle discrimination.
Lawyers Suing Juul Pitch Need for Speed. Where the Next Several Opioid Trials Could Be. Who Did This Zantac Drug Maker Pick for Lead Counsel?
More than 40 lawyers packed a San Francisco courtroom to argue why they should lead the lawsuits against Juul.
A 19-page report prepared by Nielsen Merksamer Parrinello Gross & Leoni found that a bar staffer, pressured to finish work before having to proctor the two-day exam in July, mistakenly included a list of topics in an email inviting 16 law school deans to observe a test grading session later that summer.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit recognized the district court's intent to provide enforceable injunctive relief was "sufficiently clear to provide appellate jurisdiction." Nonetheless, the court remanded the matter to the district court because that court's rulings failed to comply with two rules, making the scope and exercise of appellate jurisdiction uncertain.
The question of how effective firms are being with the social media efforts may largely come down to the manpower they are willing to put behind a keyboard, especially as clients become too busy for face-to-face networking.
Shuang Zhao, one of two Hong Kong partners of the Wall Street firm, was accidentally splashed with acid on Tuesday.
Caitlin Sewell said that she stepped down after two members of the university's legal department refused a directive to terminate her or demand her resignation.
What, Me Sovereign? U.S. Doesn't Invoke Immunity on HIV Patent + Could Panel Stacking Save the PTAB? + InterDigital Settles IoT Case
The federal government has fired back on two fronts against Gilead Sciences in the war over an HIV vaccine.
On the bench, Ingram was so charming that sometimes it was difficult for litigants to realize when they'd lost. "Both sides would think they'd won," recalled Cobb Superior Court Judge Robert E. Flournoy III. "He just granted summary judgment against you but he did it in such a way that you'd say, 'That's nice of you.'"
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"For these folks caught in crossfire between two political parties and two branches of government, there aren't firm answers on the legal questions," one lawyer says. Public impeachment proceedings begin Wednesday.
Seventy-six percent of chief legal officers believe that a recession is coming in the next two years and that is impacting their overall budgets, according to the 2019 Chief Legal Officer Survey published by Altman Weil on Tuesday.
Johnson & Johnson insists that Oklahoma lawmakers should act if they want a potential $572 million court judgment for the state to extend beyond one year. The state's governor and two senior legislators filed a proposed amicus brief insisting that taxpayers shouldn't pay for the opioid crisis.
The St. Louis-based battery maker has appointed a new chief legal officer and promoted a former general counsel to president.
Paul Weiss, Fried Frank, and Clifford Chance are among the firms that have announced identical bonus rates—a sign that, as in years past, firms are willing to match the market leader in associate pay.
Kevin Morris, who spent his entire career at Kirkland, "had a wonderfully calm, unflappable demeanor and gentle, relentless drive to succeed," the firm said.
Noel Francisco, the U.S. solicitor general, disputes the contention from DACA supporters that the Trump administration didn't adequately take into account "reliance interests" of hundreds of thousands of "Dreamers."
Bill Voge stepped down as Latham & Watkins' chairman nearly two years ago. But not everyone was ready to move on.