The American Lawyer July 2013
Shearman & Sterling may have slipped on our key metrics, but the recently installed management team is already delivering on its fix-it plan: more litigation, client teams, and relying on homegrown talent.
A Honigman Miller partner takes a lead role in a nonprofit's innovative drive to clear Detroit's abandoned lots.
Librarians have gotten accustomed to squeezing more out of their budgets, according to our 12th annual Law Librarian Survey.
In the 10 years since the first A-List, only four firms have returned every year.
Thirty-four Am Law 200 firms declined to participate in our pro bono survey this year, including some of The Am Law 100's largest firms by head count, as well as some of its most profitable.
Terra Firma v. Citigroup; Smith v. Merck; Salix Capital v. Bank of America Securities et al.; Aereo v. CBS Broadcasting et al.
In Re Urethane Antitrust Litigation; Versata Software et al. v. SAP AG et al.; Appriva Shareholder Representatives v. Ev3
Valeant/Bausch & Lomb; Actavis/Warner Chilcott; BMC Software buyout; Inergy/Crestwook Midstream Partners
We know that associates typically do the bulk of the pro bono work at the large law firms we cover. But there's another constituency that firms can lean on in this area: their retired partners.