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Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, PC

  • Designation: Boston
  • Head Count: 417
  • Gross Revenues: $316,000,000
  • Revenue Per Lawyer: $760,000
  • Profits Per Partner: $955,000
  • Year Over Year Change: N/A

Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, is a Boston-based law firm.  According to the National Law Journal's 2015 NLJ 350 ranking of firms based on size, Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, has 417 attorneys and is the 108th largest firm in the United States.  With $316,000,000 in gross revenue in 2014, the firm placed 101st on The American Lawyer's 2015 Am Law 200 ranking.  On the 2002 Global 100 survey, Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, ranked as the 94th highest grossing law firm in the world.  The firm has offices in CA, CT, DC, MA, NY and VA.

Firm Rankings

Survey Rank Year Over Year Change Description
Am Law 100 NR N/A Gross revenue
Am Law 200 101 -1 Gross revenue
NLJ 250 111 2 Lawyer head count
The A-List NR N/A Overall excellence
Pro Bono Scorecard 115 -35 Pro-bono commitment
Diversity Scorecard 107 8 Minority head count
Midlevel Associates Survey 87 -62 Job satisfaction
Summer Associates Survey NR N/A Summer programs

In the News

Choate Hall Hires Three Locke Lord PE Partners in Boston

Nell Gluckman : The Am Law Daily : February 03, 2016

A group of former Locke Lord partners, all of whom joined the firm from a year ago after it absorbed Edwards Wildman Palmer, have decamped for another Boston-based firm in Choate, Hall & Stewart. Locke Lord, however, responded by hiring Boston-based Foley Hoag's former co-managing partner.

On the Move

: New York Law Journal : January 29, 2016

Shearman & Sterling, Willkie Farr, King & Spalding and Simpson Thacher are among the firms announcing new hires and promotions.

Houston Hiring Market Stays Hot, Plus More Lateral Moves

Brian Baxter : The Am Law Daily : January 27, 2016

Paul Hastings and Kirkland & Ellis and several other big firms make key additions in Texas; Greenberg Traurig, Orrick and Sidley Austin keep hiring; Wilson Sonsini welcomes back a favorite son; and other notable moves from throughout The Am Law 200.

Where Did $190M Go? MP3tunes Founder Accused of Separating From Wife to Shield Assets in Suit

Jenna Greene : The Litigation Daily : January 27, 2016

Michael Robertson made a fortune—more than $190 million, he testified at trial in 2014. But now that he's got a $15.8 million judgment for copyright infringement hanging over his head, the money is … gone. Plaintiffs lawyers think his estranged wife might be hiding it.

When Bankruptcy Meets Labor: Two Recent Cases

Rebekah Mintzer : Corporate Counsel : January 26, 2016

As two recent cases show, the intersection of labor law and bankruptcy can get tricky. Companies need to be aware of their obligations to negotiate with the unions about the effects of a bankruptcy filing.

Report Shows 'Explosion' in Health Care Whistleblower Suits

Stephanie Forshee : Corporate Counsel : January 18, 2016

There's been a steady increase in False Claims Act litigation in recent years, particularly in the health care industry. Recently released data confirms that whistleblower cases, as opposed to government investigations, have been the driving force behind this explosion in FCA cases.

Milbank, Katten Lose Practice Leaders, Plus More Lateral Moves

Brian Baxter : The Am Law Daily : January 18, 2016

Holland & Knight and Sidley Austin hire from Katten Muchin Rosenman and Milbank; a Skadden lawyer returns to public service; Allen & Overy hires in New York; King & Spalding takes two from Jones Day; and other notable additions from throughout The Am Law 200.

Dickstein's LA Leader Leaves Firm, Plus More Lateral Moves

Brian Baxter : The Am Law Daily : January 10, 2016

An L.A. boutique adds four from Dickstein Shapiro; Barclays bags a Jenner & Block partner; Latham & Watkins lands a chief judge; Locke Lord hires from Volkswagen; Louis Freeh leaves Pepper Hamilton; and other notable moves from throughout The Am Law 200.

Covington, DLA Piper, Mintz Levin Land Practice Leaders

Brian Baxter : The Am Law Daily : January 06, 2016

Three Am Law 100 firms each poached practice heads from rivals this week. Covington & Burling brought on Wilmer's CFPB co-chair, DLA Piper picked up Jenner & Block's antitrust chair and Mintz Levin landed Locke Lord's retail industry and consumer products chair.

What Employees Can Legally Say on Facebook—and Get Away With

Rebekah Mintzer : Corporate Counsel : December 21, 2015

Facebook had more than 1 billion daily active users around the world as of September. That's a lot of timeline posts and status updates, and many involve the workplace. This leaves employers in a difficult spot as they try to figure out what types of employee online speech get legal protections.

Boutiques Bolt on Am Law Alums, Plus More Lateral Moves

Brian Baxter : The Am Law Daily : December 13, 2015

Two boutiques recruit from their larger brethren; Baker & McKenzie and Mayer Brown make notable additions in Europe; in-house opportunities lure two Skadden lawyers; the door spins at Haynes and Boone; and other key hires from throughout The Am Law 200.

SEC Cracks Down on Immigration Lawyers Acting Like Investment Brokers

Marlisse Silver Sweeney : Corporate Counsel : December 10, 2015

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is coming down on immigration lawyers acting as unregistered brokers.

Businessman Can't Shield Mintz Levin Communication From Prosecutors

C. Ryan Barber : The National Law Journal : December 10, 2015

A Massachusetts businessman accused of bilking a federal disabled-veterans program cannot shield his communication with his lawyers at the firm Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit ruled this week. A three-judge panel, upholding a trial judge's ruling, found that the "crime-fraud exception" applied.

Collections Push Could Be More Intense Than Usual

Nell Gluckman : The American Lawyer : November 30, 2015

Realization rates are lower this year, a new report shows. That's partly because of discounts that firms sometimes offer under pressure from clients or to incentivize clients to pay faster.

Big Deals

: The American Lawyer : November 30, 2015

Movers: A Weekly Roundup of Laterals and Promotions

: The National Law Journal : November 23, 2015

Lateral moves and new arrivals in this week's column.

Law Firms May Face Worse Collections Crunch This Year

Nell Gluckman : The Am Law Daily : November 12, 2015

As firms prepare for their annual end-of-year collections push, there are signs that some may struggle more than usual with collections.

Circuit Court Backs NLRB on Social Media Conduct, Voids Handbook Provision

Rebekah Mintzer : Corporate Counsel : November 09, 2015

The National Labor Relations Board has handed down numerous decisions over the past few years, ruling that what may appear to be bad behavior by employees actually is protected concerted activity under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act. Usually the board gets the last word, but one case made it to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

K&L Gates Continues Growth Spurt, Plus More Lateral Moves

Brian Baxter : The Am Law Daily : November 04, 2015

After several months of partner losses, K&L Gates continues a recent hiring spree by adding four partners on two continents; another bolt-on by Dinsmore & Shohl; and other notable additions from throughout The Am Law 200.

New York, New York, a Women's Issues State

Marlisse Silver Sweeney : Corporate Counsel : November 02, 2015

Women's equality is on the agenda in New York. Indeed, Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently signed a series of bills in that very name.

Fee Tracker: Cable Bills, TV Ads and Air Bags

Brian Baxter : The Am Law Daily : October 29, 2015

Four Am Law 200 firms rack up fees ahead of Time Warner Cable's merger with Charter Communications; a U.S. Chamber of Commerce affiliate and its lawyers look at spending on legal ads; and other notable bills from Big Law.

WD-40

Amanda Bronstad : The National Law Journal : October 12, 2015

With more than 430 employees, WD-40 Co. brought in its first full time attorney in January 2014 — and he's a busy man.

Neogenix Oncology, Inc. v. Gordon

: New York Law Journal : October 08, 2015

Bankrupt's Claims Against Executives, Counsel, Over Illegal 'Finder Fee' Payments Not Dismissed

On the Move

: The Recorder : October 05, 2015

New hires, promotions, appointments and awards in-house, at firms, and in government and academia.

Ex-Skadden Associate Beats Out Firm for Police Monitor Job

Nell Gluckman : The Am Law Daily : October 01, 2015

A former Skadden and Quinn Emanuel associate who joined a nonprofit police consulting firm will lead a team overseeing reforms at the Cleveland Division of Police. The department, which the Justice Department has accused of using a pattern of excessive force, has made national headlines for violent acts against local citizens.

Mintz Levin's Surfer Dude

Nell Gluckman : The American Lawyer : September 28, 2015

An IP partner builds a practice while catching waves.

Big Deals: European Company to Pay $17.7B for Long Island Cable Operator

: New York Law Journal : September 24, 2015

European telecommunications and cable company Altice has agreed to buy New York cable operator Cablevision for $17.7 billion, including debt, as it pursues its aggressive expansion in the U.S.

The Legal Olympics Behind L.A.'s Bid for 2024 Games

Nell Gluckman : The Am Law Daily : September 23, 2015

Three decades after Latham & Watkins helped bring the Summer Olympics to Los Angeles, the city's organizing committee for 2024 has turned to Proskauer Rose.

Tiny Union Unit Forms at Big Box Retailer

Rebekah Mintzer : Corporate Counsel : September 23, 2015

Retail giant Target Corp recently racked up a first. The company looks to be getting its first-ever union, thanks to workers in the pharmacy section at a Brooklyn, New York, Target store.

Attorney Sanctioned for Actions in Handling His Own Divorce

Ben Bedell : New York Law Journal : September 22, 2015

Justice Matthew Cooper, who levied a $10,000 sanction against Anthony Zappin, said he had "done everything in his power to undermine the legal process and use his law license as a tool to threaten, bully and intimidate, seriously calling into question his fitness to practice law."