For 15 years Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle sought the release of Jonathan Pollard, a former Naval intelligence analyst who served 29 years in prison for slipping secrets to Israeli officials. This week, two Curtis litigators learned that Pollard will be freed on parole.
- Chicago’s Freeborn & Peters Snags Fast-Moving Lateral
- Avvo, Advised by Perkins Coie, Gets Big Valuation
- Two Suits Entwine Teva-Allergan-Mylan Pharma M&A Nexus
- Objections Filed in Credit Card Settlement Linked to Ex-Willkie Partner
- Litigation Funder Burford Capital Eyes Lending to Firms
- Ex-Manager Details Dewey & LeBoeuf’s False Accounting Entries
The ABA's task force on law school financing was convened to push much-needed student loan reforms. Instead it concluded that everything is fine.
Here's a roundup of news from the law school scene.