Many lawyers at Hogan Lovells remember the week in 2004 when U.S. Army Capt. Humayun Khan lost his life to a suicide bomber in Iraq. Lawyers mourned his death because the soldier's Muslim American immigrant father was one of their beloved colleagues.
- Baseball Runs Deeper Than Law in Top MLB Prospect’s Family
- Kenyon & Kenyon Courts Merger Partners as Head Count Declines
- Littler Program Promoting Diverse Associates Sees Some Success
- Prominent Atlanta Litigator Accused of Causing Firm Bankruptcy
- Allen & Overy Adds Five Partners in New York With Team of Finance Hires
- Mintz Levin Patent Litigator Revs Up for Racecars
If you thought the NFL was slow to acknowledge links between player concussions and brain damage, keep a close eye on professional hockey.
A 3 billion euro fine against Europe's truck cartel doubles the old record. But civil damages are what really terrify the truck industry.
Learn How to Overcome The Most Common Challenges In Real Estate Case Research