Three years ago, Bingham McCutchen was literally a case study in successful management.
Now it's dead. A look at last days of a high flyer and the stumbles that sealed its fate.
Harvard's legendary law professor chats with the Careerist about the recent sex allegations, his enemies and the "cesspool."
Randall Rader's sudden resignation from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit last June is playing a cameo role in a petition now before the U.S. Supreme Court on the duty of mediators to disclose conflicts of interest.
In the latest move by Am Law 100 firms looking to slash expenses, Latham & Watkins and Littler Mendelson have announced plans for back office operations centers in Manchester, England, and Kansas City, Mo., respectively.
The goalposts for what constitutes discrimination under both U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission regulations and the law at large are shifting.
From Akin’s John Dowd to Vinson & Elkins’ Joe Dilg, the start of 2015 has led some lions of the bar to retire. Some, like Dilg, are leaving Am Law 100 life early to try their hand on the business side, while others, such as Baker Botts’ Robert Jordan and McGuireWoods’ Richard Lieberman, are preparing for book tours.
Philip Russ filed a motion to dismiss for the most Texas of reasons: Plaintiff hit cattle in the road; his defendant cattle-owning client is a retired doctor; therefore the case is a health care liability claim.
Former New York Governor Mario Cuomo, who died on Thursday at age 82, almost became a justice on the U.S. Supreme Court in 1993. Sixteen years later, Cuomo visited the high court and reflected on what could have been.
The controversy surrounding "The Interview" highlights basic principles of the U.S. Constitution.
Davis Polk & Wardwell and Slaughter and May are representing Dublin-based Shire as it recovers from its botched deal with AbbVie last year and acquires New Jersey-based NPS Pharmaceuticals, which turned to Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom for legal counsel.
Nixon Peabody are in merger talks with Ungaretti & Harris and MLA's John Cashman shares his insights with @Law360: http://t.co/2lmgWFBbQR
Author of "The Partner Track" Takes Time Out from Book Tour to Discuss Diversity in the Legal Profession http://t.co/JpT1ZrszFX @merlevaughn
The Question You Should Ask All Lateral Hires http://t.co/WoAGlTo0MO via @Law360
3 Mega Trends That #Lawyers Should Watch http://t.co/ssh8aABX8F via @AmericanLawyer, @aricpress http://t.co/bd9pJh4zfB
Want a successful lateral partner hire? Get marketing involved early. MLA’s Jon Lindsey explains: http://t.co/jrla7uy3Ck @Law360
RT @vanessablum: "She had a kick-ass type personality in a graceful way." Remembrances of @MLAGlobal partner Marty Africa, 71 http://t.co/0…
MLA mourns the loss of partner and industry giant Martha Fay (“Marty”) Africa http://t.co/5P8g8PNxz5 http://t.co/jsgplVQUvv
Click http://t.co/fv8viCHSlH to vote MLA as Best Legal Recruiter in the 2015 Best of @TheNLJ. http://t.co/VfJQwVF6VX
RT @ABAesq Ten #technology mistakes #lawyers are making: http://t.co/PWbIRfsyOS http://t.co/tdRWzOyY8G
Due Diligence Consultants Are Not a Comprehensive Solution to Lateral Partner Success http://t.co/yKdnruFumb http://t.co/onFA17zURH