Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, PC
- Designation: Boston
- Head Count: 391
- Gross Revenues: $292,500,000
- Revenue Per Lawyer: $750,000
- Profits Per Partner: $1,000,000
- Year Over Year Change: -6
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo is a Boston-based law firm. The firm ranked 95th on The American Lawyer's 2011 Am Law 100 rankings, with $292,500,000 in gross revenue in 2010. With 400 attorneys, the firm placed 111th on the the National Law Journal's 2011 NLJ 250 rankings of U.S. firms based on size. The firm's office locations include New York, Reston, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo practices in a number of areas of business law, including litigation, real estate, public finance, commercial law, tax, labor law, environmental law, health, government law, and insurance.
In the News
Rebekah Mintzer : Corporate Counsel : January 01, 2014
The NLRB began the year with a high-profile complaint against Wal-Mart.
Jenna Greene : The National Law Journal : January 27, 2014
Labor lawyers are skeptical that a decision by a National Labor Relations Board official in Chicago giving football players at Northwestern University a green light to unionize would survive judicial scrutiny.
Sherry Karabin : Law Technology News : January 26, 2014
Sorting out the facts and dispelling the myths of predictive coding schemes.
Meredith Hobbs : Daily Report : January 17, 2014
Last year was a busy one for McKenna Long & Aldridge.
Marlisse Silver Sweeney : Law Technology News : January 04, 2014
Big data can be a nightmare for IT and legal professionals, but here is some advice for companies to protect their data and security interests.
Marty Lorenzo : The Recorder : January 28, 2014
These groups offer lawyers of all backgrounds benefits that are both personal and professional, writes Mintz Levin partner Marty Lorenzo.
: New York Law Journal : January 10, 2014
In this Special Report from the New York Law Journal, : "The Strike Force Approach to Combatting Health Care Fraud," "The Rise of the Civil Money Laundering Prosecution," "Conspiracy and the 'Indefinite Payments' Doctrine" and "The Role of Kovel Accountants in White-Collar Criminal Cases."
Bridget M. Rohde : New York Law Journal : January 10, 2014
Bridget M. Rohde, a member of Mintz Levin in New York, writes: The U.S. Department of Justice, Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General and other federal and state agencies are aggressively prosecuting health care fraud and related offenses through a strike force approach that has its roots in DOJ's historic efforts to combat traditional organized crime.
Tom Huddleston Jr. : The Am Law Daily : January 07, 2014
Three New York–based Paul Hastings labor and employment partners jump to Proskauer Rose, and a fourth joins Ogletree in Atlanta; Foley & Lardner adds two partners and an of counsel in Miami; and a Kirkland partner becomes chair of Winston & Strawn's West Coast private equity practice.
Marlisse Silver Sweeney : Law Technology News : January 28, 2014
The Retail Industry Leaders Association is asking the Federal Communications Commission for clarification surrounding the recently changed telemarketing laws.
Rebekah Mintzer : Corporate Counsel : January 28, 2014
Companies need to start putting Affordable Care Act politics on the backburner and focus on adjusting to Obamacare's realities.
Nathalie Pierrepont : The Recorder : January 23, 2014
The D.C.-based firm is launching its first Northern California office with two IP partners poached from King & Spalding.
: The Recorder : January 22, 2014
New hires, promotions, appointments and awards in-house, at firms, and in government and academia.
Marlisse Silver Sweeney : Law Technology News : January 21, 2014
Should Target disclose information on its massive data breach to shareholders in an 8-K filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission?
: The National Law Journal : January 20, 2014
Brian Baxter : The Am Law Daily : January 14, 2014
Time Warner Cable said Tuesday it had rejected rival Charter Communications' $61.3 billion takeover bid, with the former relying on longtime outside counsel Paul Weiss for representation and the latter turning to Wachtell and Kirkland & Ellis. Should the companies end up striking a deal, a fresh round of cable industry consolidation—and a bevy of transactional assignments for other Am Law 100 firms—could follow.
Sara Randazzo : The Am Law Daily : January 07, 2014
Weil, Gotshal & Manges loses another lawyer to Sidley Austin; a renewable energy team in Chicago, San Francisco and New York joins Morgan, Lewis & Bockius from Foley & Lardner; and Edwards Wildman Palmer makes a string of hires around the country.
Brian Baxter : The Am Law Daily : January 24, 2013
Pharmaceutical M&A got a late-year shot in the arm, with nearly $10 billion in deals involving major industry players like AstraZeneca and Bayer as 2013 came to a close. A bevy of Am Law 100 firms led by Covington, Kirkland, Sullivan & Cromwell, Skadden, and Weil have grabbed lead roles on the transactions.
: The Recorder : January 23, 2013
A weekly report of lawyer moves and law firm changes. Keep abreast of where movers and shakers are going and what they're doing.
Marlisse Silver Sweeney : Corporate Counsel : January 20, 2013
Noncompete agreements cannot cover basic skills learned on the job, and should be specific to company knowledge.
Angela Hunt : Corporate Counsel : January 12, 2013
A hidden excise tax can sneak up on employees receiving reimbursements for relocating.
Scott Graham : The Recorder : January 06, 2013
Marlisse Silver Sweeney : Law Technology News : January 05, 2013
Google Glass and the brave new workplace.
Rebekah Mintzer : Corporate Counsel : January 05, 2013
Fast food workers in more than 100 cities across the country planned to walk off the job to rally for a $15-an-hour minimum wage and the right to unionize without retaliation. But how much impact can a daylong walkout have?
Andrew B. Roth and Kimberly J. Gold : New York Law Journal : January 22, 2013
Andrew B. Roth and Kimberly J. Gold of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, discuss the compensation paid to executives of tax-exempt organizations, focusing on regulations issued by the Department of Health for not-for-profits in the health industry. They also suggest a series of "best practices" for not-for-profit corporations as they make compensation determinations for their executives.
Angela Hunt : Corporate Counsel : January 15, 2013
Mixed-motive discrimination cases don't have to be he said/she said, with a little bit of smart risk mitigation.
Patricia Kutza : Law Technology News : January 31, 2013
Legal Marketing Technology Conference West in San Francisco offered pragmatic tips for online marketing.