Am Law firms representing start-ups increasingly try to head off ownership challenges.
When she argued on behalf of an octogenarian widow challenging the constitutionality of the ?Defense of Marriage Act before the U.S. Supreme Court in March, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison partner Roberta Kaplan joined the ranks of Am Law ?lawyers who made their high court debut in landmark cases.
The conservative U.S. senators are using politics, not the courts, as their platform.
A Nixon Peabody staffer who survived a mass shooting testifies on Capitol Hill about gun control.
A Quinn Emanuel partner contests the Kenyan presidential election.
With the support of his firm, an Am Law 100 partner joins the clergy.
Boyden Gray revives his decades-old legal strategy to challenge Dodd-Frank.
Judge Jed Rakoff helps his Iraqi counterparts understand international commercial laws.
Hispanic farmers fought the USDA over discriminatory lending practices. Time for recovery is running out.
Hank Greenberg and his legal team at Skadden score the first big award in a Chinese reverse merger case. Was it a fluke?