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Full Pay for Less Work Greets Proskauer Parents Returning From Leave - A new program allows primary caregivers to work a 75 percent schedule while receiving 100 percent of their preparental leave pay.
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Amid Global Growth, Firms Weigh Risks and Rewards - In a world of global giants, lawyers at the International Bar Association pondered the pros and cons of cross-border expansion.
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Legal Networks Hit Back at Dentons' Nextlaw Claims - Already the world's largest firm by lawyer head count, Dentons is set to roll out its giant referral network, one that includes 250 firms and 18,000 lawyers globally. But the traditional legal networks are fighting back. One trade association representing 45 of the most established global networks has unveiled a free online database allowing firms—and their clients—to peruse its 3,500 firms employing some 300,000 lawyers.
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McDermott Keeps Hiring, Plus More Lateral Moves - The Chicago-based firm hires a handful of new partners ahead of new leadership; Kirkland & Ellis adds Paul Clement and others; Goodwin Procter hires from GE; comings-and-goings at Manatt, Phelps & Phillips; O?Melveny & Myers recruits an Israeli practice head; and other notable additions from throughout The Am Law 200.
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In Vaping Bankruptcy, No Smoke, But Plenty of Unpaid Legal Bills - NJOY Inc., one of the nation's largest electronic cigarette makers, has filed for bankruptcy in Delaware. The company owes millions in outstanding legal fees to lawyers from several firms, including DLA Piper and Goodwin Procter.
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DLA Piper's Canadian Arm Bolts On Toronto Firm - ?A week after Norton Rose Fulbright absorbed a Vancouver firm, rival global legal giant DLA Piper has picked up Toronto-based IP shop Dimock Stratton.
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Another Day, Another Big Firm Merger in Canada - Combination, eh? After global legal giants DLA Piper and Norton Rose Fulbright sought to expand their presence up north within the past week, two of Canada?s largest provincial law firms have announced their intention to merge.
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Russian Legal Market Shows Signs of Life as Two US Firms Tout Hires - After being somewhat of a Big Law wasteland in recent years, Moscow has regained some lost luster, as Baker Botts and Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan both announced senior hires in recent days.
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Russian Legal Market Shows Signs of Life as Two US Firms Announce Hires - Russia is showing signs of life in the international legal market.
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Legal Woes Behind Bankruptcy of Another For-Profit Educator - ITT Educational Services Inc., owner of Indiana?s ITT Technical Institute and New Hampshire?s Daniel Webster College, filed for bankruptcy on Sept. 16 in Indianapolis. Faegre Baker Daniels has taken the lead for the company in its Chapter 7 liquidation
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Shearman & Sterling Partners Face Possible Demotions - The firm, despite repeated denials, is considering a plan to remove some partners from the equity ranks in order to boost profits. The Am Law 100 firm has watched its finances slip in recent years.
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Longtime GE In-House Legal Chief Returns to Goodwin Procter - Goodwin Procter announced Monday its hire of Brackett Denniston III as senior counsel in Boston. Denniston, who retired last year as general counsel at General Electric Co., has previously been a partner at the firm.
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