When former U.S. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli joined Munger, Tolles & Olson to launch a new office for the Los Angeles-based firm, it was an unconventional move on both sides.
In today's overheated lateral market, star power can outshine billings.
Replacing top lawyers—especially top female lawyers—isn't cheap.
A look at the lawyers—from Weil, Gotshal & Manges' Kevin Arquit to Lazard Ltd.'s Ken Ziman—that made the most intriguing and notable lateral moves of 2016.
After two surprise moves left Jenner & Block's appellate practice without an obvious leader, the firm has turned to Matthew Hellman and Jessica Ring Amunson in D.C. and Chicago partner Michael Brody as a co-chair trifecta.
Anti-corruption efforts made strides during the Obama years. Will the momentum cease?
Donald Trump has tapped into our primal insecurities about our looks, and how our physical flaws can diminish our professional success.
When Apple's $99 Pencil was introduced in 2015, it was hardly a must-have accessory. New apps have changed that.
A subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase & Co. ran a nepotism program on a grand scale in China, U.S. Department of Justice officials said on Nov. 17, as the bank agreed to pay $264.4 million to settle allegations that it hired the sons and daughters of government officials to bribe its way to investment deals.
AT&T Inc. said that it will acquire Time Warner Inc. for $85.4 billion in cash and stock, becoming the latest telecommunication provider to seek to scoop up an original content provider.