The American Lawyer March 2013
Since the recession, firms have quietly increased paid-in partner capital levels in a quest to lessen their reliance on bank debt.
Managing partners, relax. King & Wood Mallesons isn't coming to the U.S. or Europe—yet. It has to get a few things right in Asia first.
A new breed of law firm mergers is sweeping the market. But are these firms truly integrated, or just glorified alliances?
Hank Greenberg and his legal team at Skadden score the first big award in a Chinese reverse merger case. Was it a fluke?
Judge Jed Rakoff helps his Iraqi counterparts understand international commercial laws.
An agenda for incoming agency chief Mary Jo White.
Hispanic farmers fought the USDA over discriminatory lending practices. Time for recovery is running out.
Pinnacle/Ameristar; Cerberus/Supervalu; ICE/NYSE
Spectra/Express-Platte; BCE/Q9; Exxon Mobil/Celtic; H&R/Primaris
Double-digit growth may be a permanent victim of the recession, two industry groups contend.
Am Law Tech
The takeaway from this year's Consumer Electronics Show? Choices made now will have long-lasting consequences.
The American Lawyer's editor reflects on the newsroom's Dewey coverage.
Amid the cacophony, there's a message worth heeding: Define and measure value for your clients.