Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr has hired two Freshfields litigation specialists, including partner Justin Watts and senior associate Matthew Shade. Watts has worked with clients including Bristol-Myers Squibb,
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Squire Patton Boggs has hired a three-partner team from the Frankfurt office of US firm Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr. The team includes former WilmerHale Frankfurt partner-in-charge Reinhart Lange, as well as
White & Case has hired James Greig, former EMEA regulatory head at BNY Mellon. Greig will be joining the firm's London-based financial services team. Prior to joining BNY Mellon, Greig was a partner at PwC, and was
Top Ten Family Friendly Firms list. Yale Law Women invited firms listed in the 2015 Vault Law 100 to participate. The dataYale Law Women has released its annual
Ronald C. Machen, Jr., who is a former United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, has rejoined WilmerHale. Machen will become a partner in the firm's Investigations and Criminal Litigation (ICL) Practice.
A partner from WilmerHale is set to take the No. 2 spot in the Securities and Exchange Commission’s enforcement division. Stephanie Avakian is a partner in the New York office of WilmerHale and a vice chairwoman of
WilmerHale has made a high profile government hire, taking on Robert Mueller III, who served as FBI director in the administrations of both President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama. Mueller was the
WilmerHale has awarded its end of year bonuses for 2013, with associates awarded differing amounts based on the firm’s merit-based compensation system. The firm awards bonuses to lawyers who bill 1900+ hours, and
Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. is expanding its San Francisco practice with the hire of corporate and securities litigation lawyer Jonathan A. Shapiro. Shapiro joins the firm from WilmerHale.
A lawyer formerly with WilmerHale is bringing a $5 million discrimination suit against the firm, alleging that the firm punished her for taking leave to adopt a child. Pamela Levinson joined Wilmer's Washington DC