The American Lawyer November 2012
Nonequity partner pay has been a big secret at Am Law firms . . . until now.
A huge swath of northern Quebec claimed as ancestral land by the region's aboriginal peoples is opening for mining and energy development. Enter the lawyers.
After a failed takeover bid in North America nearly a decade ago, CNOOC revamps its strategy for a Canadian acquisition.
Preparing for the 2015 Pan American Games, Toronto is relying on a distinctively Canadian deal form: the public-private partnership.
Several Am Law firms have bolstered their white-collar ranks.
Despite the odds, a group of Am Law 200 firms helped an Iranian dissident group get off the U.S. terrorist list.
Why did it take the IRS three years to award a former UBS banker $104 million for his help in collecting $5 billion in unpaid taxes?
Firms that took in Dewey partners will likely face unfinished business claims.
An inventor's prototype—housed in the Smithsonian—is the centerpiece of a patent battle.
Apple wins the largest patent victory ever against Samsung—that is, if the award stands.
Kinder Morgan's $38 billion purchase of rival natural gas pipeline operator El Paso Corporation catalyzed three other large deals in the energy sector.
Morgan Stanley/Citigroup; M&T/Hudson City; Realty Income/American Realty Capital
On the tenth anniversary of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe's Wheeling operations, three firm leaders describes how Orrick turned a metal-stamping facility into a back office.
Looking closely at what your firm is paying its nonequity partners and at what that money is getting you is a hard—but critical—step that managing partners should take this year.
Seven things to consider as you start your career.