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Dewey will open two new offices in the Middle East

Oct 22, 2008 Within a day of announcing the closure of North Carolina office, Dewey & LeBoeuf is set to boost its Middle East presence with the launch of two new offices in Abu Dhabi and Doha. Legalweek reports that London-based…

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Dewey signs up Fried Frank partner in New York

Aug 22, 2008 Dewey & LeBoeuf has hired a partner from Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Jacobson to co-chair its compensations, benefits and employment department. Howard Adler is set to join Dewey’s New York office next month.

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Law firms defy downturn to post bumper results

Jul 14, 2008 As investment banks continue to announce widespread redundancies, the largest global law firms are turning in double-digit revenue increases despite the credit crunch forcing a downturn in deal activity.

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Dewey & LeBoeuf wins mentoring award

May 16, 2008 US firm Dewey & LeBoeuf has been awarded Employer of the Year 2008 for its work with an ethnic minority undergraduate mentoring scheme. The firm beat off competition from 26 other organisations, among them…

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Dewey & LeBoeuf to close three US offices

Apr 21, 2008 Dewey & LeBoeuf will close three of its US offices in an attempt to focus resources in major worldwide capital markets. The firm will be closing its offices in Jacksonville, Austin and Hartford. All the lawyers based in…

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Law Firms Find Work Abroad as U.S. Mergers Hit a Low

Apr 19, 2008 As the credit crisis drove first-quarter U.S. mergers and acquisitions down 54 percent to $248.1 billion from $536.3 billion last year, deal volume in Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa rose 39 percent, from…

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Dewey & LeBouef Adds Two Partners to Warsaw Office

Mar 5, 2008 New York's Dewey & LeBoeuf has added two local partners to its office in Warsaw, Poland, bringing the total number of partners there to 18. Kazimierz Jelenski has experience in banking, finance and insurance law.…

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N.Y. Law Firms Wanna Be Just Like Obama

Feb 8, 2008 The New York Observer has answered a burning political question that never occurred to us, at least until now: “If the major presidential candidates were top New York law firms, which ones would they be?”. Who would…

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