The Second Hundred, firms 101-200 on our list of the nation’s highest-grossing firms, underperformed their larger counterparts in 2015.
Inside the clubby world of the trusts and estates bar, which is making a resurgence at some firms.
Overall, the firms in the bottom half of the Am Law 200 had a rougher year than their richer counterparts.
The percentage of minorities practicing at the country's largest firms increased only modestly last year.
Our Diversity Scorecard finds that just over 15 percent of U.S. lawyers at big firms are members of a minority group.
Firms that offer clients value-adding, multi-expert advice grow loyal customers and greater profits. Why do so many firms get that wrong?
Women and minorities who promote diversity get penalized, a study says.
Sullivan & Cromwell and Dechert struggle to balance client and regulator.
The firm adopts a bold growth plan in London. What if it works?
Airlines like to hype their Wi-Fi options but often fall short. Which carriers give you the best experience?
A new report offers specifics for companies and their general counsel. Plus, other short articles about what your clients are talking about.
Law firms wake up to the reality that they are vulnerable to cybersecurity threats.
Corruption cases are throwing off plenty of lucrative work for law firms.
Lawyers who represented iconic pop star Prince recall a complex, unusual client.
Herrick Feinstein is the latest large firm seeking to save money by hiring an outside provider to handle library services.
The ABA invites comments on nonlawyer funding of law firms, but only one Am Law 200 firm weighs in.
in a groundbreaking pro bono partnership, the law firm teams up with a medical cannabis advocacy group.
Winning a default judgment against Iran for the 1983 bombing of the U.S. Marine Corps barracks in Beirut was tough enough. Then the lawyers for the plaintiffs had to collect it.
Spoken, you might say, with fluid intelligence.
Firms are helping young lawyers refinance student debt. Will other companies follow?
Here's why: Big spenders almost always win.
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