In its boldest move yet, the verein is betting big on the Chinese economy.
Sports law may be a niche, but with today's deals worth billions of dollars, it's March Madness out there.
Here's proof that firms whose lawyers learn to work together are far more successful with clients than lone-wolf shops. They make more money, too.
Long-haul flights. Time zone shifts. Calls and emails around the clock. When did the job of managing partner become so grueling?
The SEC's administrative courts are seeing more cases of a size and complexity they weren't designed to handle. Are defendants getting a fair shake?
Amid findings that an inventor misled the U.S. Patent and Trade Office, a court declares his lawyers at Niro, Haller & Niro liable for the opposing side's attorneys fees.
Will other Am Law 200 firms follow its example?
Eight months after the Squire Sanders-Patton Boggs merger, former Patton Boggs managing partner Stuart Pape and litigator Robert Luskin lead groups of lawyers to new firms.
As law school applications decline, less prestigous schools are boosting enrollments with more students of color, according to a new analysis of admissions data.
Online scammers are using law firm names to attract their victims.
The New York firm's youngest associate, Alisa Melekhina, heads to the U.S. Women's Chess Championship.
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Shire / NPS; HeidelbergCement Asset Sale; Shake Shack IPO; Marlin / NuDevco / Azure; Facebook / Wit.ai / Quickfire; OnCore/ Tekmira
Royal Bank of Canada / City National; Repsol / Talisman Energy; Three Bryant Park Purchase; Alimentation Couche-Tard / The Pantry
U.S. v. Standard & Poor's; Fjarde AP-Fonden v. Morgan Stanley; In re Bear Stearns Mortgage Pass-Through Litigation; In Re Freeport-McMoRan Derivative Litigation