Almost 90 percent of respondents to our Law Firm Leaders survey expect growth in profits per partner next year.
One thing's certain: American firms are spending a lot of money on lateral hiring for their London offices. Who's getting their money's worth, and who's throwing good cash after bad? An in-depth look at the U.S. presence in the British financial capital.
For decades, the firm and its corporate client claimed that the company's talc didn't contain asbestos. Then a retired engineer testified.
The municipally owned collection at the Detroit Museum of Art had been threatened by the city's bankruptcy.
The firm wields its Chevron-Ecuador discovery tactics in a battle over Bahamas real estate.
Samuel Wyly submits proposed legal defense and bankruptcy costs for a court's approval.
Some U.S. firms have done well in the London legal market. But overall, performance is mixed.
Fewer than a third of new partners at Am Law 200 firms are women. It's time for fresh approaches.
The year's best electronic accessories for the plugged-in lawyer.
ZF Friedrichshafen/TRW Automotive; Becton Dickinson/CareFusion; SAP / Concur Technologies; Targa/Atlas Pipeline; Siemens / Dresser-Rand; Silicon Valley Corporate Splits
Encana/Athlon; Manulife/Standard Life; Lundin Mining/Freeport-McMoRan; Postmedia/Quebecor
U.S. ex rel. Harman v. Trinity Industries; Mobil v. Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela; Facebook v. DLA Piper; Masimo v. Philips Electronics