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By focusing on quick profits, activist investors are ruining America, claims Wachtell's iconic cofounder. Is anybody listening?
A crackdown on corruption, antitrust violations, and other corporate offenses have set alarm bells ringing in German boardrooms. Which law firms are best positioned to respond?
With or without a grand bargain, victims of Iranian terror expect to get paid.
When patent licensing giant Acacia decided to target the energy industry, it recruited an IP counsel from oil field services company Schlumberger. Big mistake.
Peter Gray denies that he misled a U.K. court in litigation stemming from a 2009 terrorist attack in Djibouti.
On April 1, Weil announced a new policy to keep lawyers from checking email overnight, on weekends, and during vacation. Associates didn't find the joke funny.
The music publisher tries to recover $7 million in legal fees in a copyright suit, but a judge is unsympathetic.
Low oil prices are sending more energy companies into Chapter 11. A look at the law firms that are getting the work and what they're charging.
Jones Day's new database lets users check laws on same-sex unions in almost 300 different jurisdictions.
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