Sidley Austin has scored a coup with the hire of Thomas J. Kim, who was the Chief Counsel and Associate Director of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of
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Patton Boggs has warned partners that they must meet prescribed productivity levels or move on. The move is part of a new strategic plan to cut costs,Washington DC law firm
Arent Fox has bolstered its partner ranks in Washington DC and New York. Real estate finance partner David Martin joins the firm’s Washington DC real estate practice along
Dentons is set to shut down its Kuwait office following a strategic review. The outcome of the move for energy partner Stuart Cavet and the three others lawyers working from Kuwait is
Dickstein Shapiro has reportedly laid off associates this month, with the majority of New York associatesThe news of layoffs throughout the global legal industry continues.
DLA Piper has promoted 34 lawyers to the firm’s partnership globally, down 40 per cent from the 58 promotions made last year. Broken down by practice area, the litigation and
Law firms in Washington DC contributed $3.6 million to the costs of local civil legal services providers last year, as part of the D.C. Access to Justice Commission's second annual Raising the Bar in D.C. Campaign.
Lewis Baach has launched in New York after the hire of white collar practitioners Adam Kaufmann and Arthur Middlemiss. The NewWashington DC-based international litigation firm
Ahmad, Zavitsanos, Anaipakos, Alavi & Mensing P.C. (or AZA) is expanding,The US complex commercial litigation and intellectual property boutique
Quinn Emanuel has scored a coup with the hire of Sam S Sheldon, who joins the firm as the head of the firm’s new Health Care Fraud Group based in WashingtonUS law firm
The American Bar Association has announced grants to courts and legal groups in five states with the goal of promoting Access to Justice Commissions in states where they do not already exist. Access to Justice
Mayer Brown has given its Government & Global Trade practice a boost with the hire of former Federal Communications Commission official Angela Giancarlo in Washington DC.
Patton Boggs has laid off 30 lawyers and 35 staffers. The firm responded to a drop in profits by making redundancies in its New York, New Jersey, WashingtonWashington DC law firm