Firms continue to talk the pro bono talk, but hours devoted to pro bono legal work dipped slightly last year among Am Law 200 firms.
Legal aid is woefully underfunded in the U.S. Should Big Law do more to close the breach?
One angry man hired a small-time blogger and hamstrung Old Hill Partners. Here’s what the investment advisory company faced and how its lawyers fought back.
Recent redesigns speak volumes about the changing role of firm libraries and the librarians who oversee them.
For 10 years, politics has kept America from ratifying the one treaty every lawyer agrees on. That has consequences.
A new survey shows that male consultants are far more likely to fake hours than their female colleagues. Lawyers, take note.
After an expansion kick, large firms showed only fractional head count growth in 2014.
Who's playing offense and defense in the U.S. government's massive anticorruption suit against officials of the international soccer organization.
Some memorable quotations from witnesses and evidentiary emails in the ongoing criminal trial of three former Dewey & LeBoeuf leaders.
In the Teva-Mylan takeover fight, a magistrate judge advises that Kirkland's previous work for Mylan should bar it from advising Teva.
The hip-hop group wins a copyright infringement case, but only gets a fraction of the legal fees it sought.
Ruling in litigation over the 2008 bailout of American International Group, a judge cites formerly privileged emails from Davis Polk & Wardwell lawyers to bolster his criticism of the federal government's actions.
Senate Finance Committee chair Orrin Hatch joins Microsoft in attacking the IRS' choice of counsel in a case against the tech giant.
The nation's largest and wealthiest firms must give more to help close the justice gap.
The trial of three Dewey & LeBoeuf leaders for alleged criminal fraud offers critical lessons for partners everywhere.
The ability to run a full version of Windows 8.1 makes the Surface 3 a compelling choice for lawyers.
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