The American Lawyer Previous Issues
In a shaky recovery, corporate lawyers played an even more crucial role than they did in boom times. Here are 14 who had a hand in 2012's most notable transactions.
Since the recession, firms have quietly increased paid-in partner capital levels in a quest to lessen their reliance on bank debt.
In demand ex-prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald chooses Skadden—but insists on a few conditions.
How a group of young women litigators made their names defending Baxter Pharmaceuticals against a breast implant mass tort.
Paul Clement and the tiny firm he joined in 2011 have already taken on gay marriage, immigration, health care, voting rights, and redistricting. What's next?
Nonequity partner pay has been a big secret at Am Law firms . . . until now.