Michael Andrews left King & Spalding to open his own bespoke tailoring business.
Before teams can compete in the world's most famous nautical race, their lawyers face off.
Clients are doling out less work, but paying a higher rate for it, a new TyMetrix index shows.
Pepper Hamilton's Gina Smith has built a practice helping universities strengthen their sexual assault policies.
As venture capital feeds Big Apple start-ups, law firms follow the money.
In the hyperpartisan battle over President Obama's nominees to a key appeals court, the candidates' qualifications don't really matter.
While some Am Law firms have abandoned trusts and estates work, others are beefing up their offerings in that area.
When lawsuits stemming from the financial crisis settle, one result is that reams of evidence never see the light of day.
Firms are embedding attorneys in start-up incubators in hopes of representing the next tech giant.