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Invensys Process System, a Singapore based subsidiary of the London based Invensys Plc, a global IT group, acquired a 100 percent stake in Bangalore-based Skelta Software. Skelta Software and their shareholders were
Virginia-based patent holding SPH America has sued Foley & Lardner for allegedly revealing confidential information and for undermining the company's settlement negotiations during a separate lawsuit. Foley & Lardner
Milwaukee-based Foley & Lardner L.L.P. has lost Detroit-based bankruptcy attorney Judy O’Neill and David Dragich who both departed the firm to become founding partners of Grosse Pointe Woods-based Harrington, Dragich &
Harley-Davidson turned to Foley & Lardner for advice in arranging a debt purchase with Warren Buffett, reports The Am Law Daily. Harley is paying a high price for the deal with a 15 percent interest rate on the issued
Nixon Peabody has added 11 attorneys from Thelen to its energy and environmental practice across three offices. Milwaukee-based Foley & Lardner has added three former Thelen partners in New York.
The Chicago Bar Association's Alliance for Women reported that the following firms have achieved the goal of increasing female partner ranks by three percentage points between 2004 and 2007: Skadden, Arps, Slate,