Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz and Sullivan & Cromwell have snared the lead roles on Morgan Stanley’s $9bn (£5.2bn) injection from Japanese bank Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group...
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Davis Polk & Wardwell, Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom and Sullivan & Cromwell have scored lead roles on Citigroup’s acquisition of Wachovia’s banking operations...
Carlos J. Spinelli-Noseda, a former Sullivan & Cromwell partner has resigned from the bar. Spinelli-Noseda, a banking and finance specialist who joined Sullivan & Cromwell straight out of Harvard Law School in 1994, was
New York leaders Shearman & Sterling and Sullivan & Cromwell have bagged top roles on insurance giant Allianz’s €9.8bn sale of Dresdner Bank to German rival Commerzbank.
As Chinese public companies migrate to the major IS stock exchanges from smaller trading venues, they're seeking increasingly sophisticated legal counsel and generating opportunities for US law firms. Major Wall
The ex-Sullivan & Cromwell associate who brought a highly-publicised sexual orientation discrimination suit against his former firm has been hired by Clifford Chance. Aaron Charney will join the magic circle law
US firms are preparing their partners for sinking revenues as they take stock of their financial progress at the half-year stage. Business has been far harder since the start of the year, with Skadden Arps, Latham &
The best corporate law firm in American is Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, according to a survey released today of 1,390 directors and 279 GCs of public companies by Corporate Board Member magazine and FTI
The American Lawyer reported today that two law firms, Skadden, Arps and Latham & Watkins, broke the industry’s $2 billion gross revenue barrier for the first time. It took Skadden 51 years to reach the $1 billion
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has announced the appointment of Calvin Lai and Antony Dapiran as partners in the firm’s corporate practice group. They will be based in Hong Kong and Beijing respectively. Calvin
After billionaires and billion- dollar firms, it is the turn of an Indian law firm to reap accolades on international arena with Khaitan and Co being ranked as Asia's fourth biggest legal advisor for merger and
Sullivan & Cromwell has ended its search for a senior UK tax partner after recruiting Michael McGowan from the London arm of Shearman & Sterling. The appointment of a senior tax partner in London will be viewed as
Lovells jumped 38 places to storm into the top three firms by value for UK M&A deals in the first quarter. The rankings show Linklaters as the firm advising on the highest value of UK deals, with roles on 15 deals worth
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