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Faegre Unveils New Leadership Structure - Faberge Baker Daniels, formed through a late 2011 merger, has named Thomas Froehle Jr. as its next chair and managing partner, replacing Andrew Humphrey in the role. The leadership change is effective March 1, 2017.
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Caesars Deal Means End of Fee Frenzy for Bankruptcy Lawyers - A $5 billion agreement resolves billions of dollars in potential damage claims by disgruntled creditors, and brings the bankruptcy, which has spun off as much as $200 million in legal fees to a group of firms, a giant step closer to an end.
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Ceasars Deal Means End of Fee Frenzy for Bankruptcy Lawyers - A $5 billion agreement resolves billions of dollars in potential damage claims by disgruntled creditors, and brings the bankruptcy, which has spun off as much as $200 million in legal fees to a group of firms, a giant step closer to an end.
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Three Big Firms Advise on CBOE's Bats Exchange Buy - Sidley Austin, Fried Frank and Davis Polk are advising on a $3.2 billion cash-and-stock deal that will see CBOE Holdings Inc., owner of the largest U.S. options exchange, acquire Bats Global Markets Inc., the nation's second-largest stock exchange operator.
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Interactive Chart: U.S. Firms Abroad - Interactive Chart: U.S. Firms Abroad
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The Global 100: Rankings and Analysis of the World?s Biggest Firms - Top-grossing law firms saw slow and steady growth over the past year, with revenues and profits increasing. But challenges abound.
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Growing Data Threats Keep Deal Lawyers on Their Toes - When it comes to deal lawyers and cybersecurity, the discussion is often over whether law firms are a weak link in their clients' data defenses. But what about lawyers' obligations to probe for cyber weaknesses within the companies doing the deals?
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After Hush-Hush Opening, Manatt Mulls Broader Chicago Offering - Big law firms often trumpet a new office in a new city as a sign of increased demand for the firm and an investment in the future. That's not the case with Manatt, Phelps & Phillips' new base in the Windy City.
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Honigman Partner Who Saved Detroit?s Art Joins Jones Day - A year after Jones Day opened an office in Detroit following its representation of the Motor City in its landmark Chapter 9 case, the firm has hired litigation partner Arthur O'Reilly, a former vice chairman of Honigan Miller Schwartz and Cohn.
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As Cybersecurity Hurdles Loom, Smaller Firms Face Big Challenges - State regulators in New York this month proposed new rules that would subject law firms to annual cybersecurity assessments. Is your firm ready?
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Global Legal Award Winners Announced. And the Winners Are... - The American Lawyer honors the most important and creative cross-border work of the year in citizenship/pro bono, disputes, finance and mergers and acquisitions.
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Three Bankruptcies and More Big Firm Creditors, Even Bingham - Bingham McCutchen may have dissolved two years ago into Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, but the Boston-based firm is still listed as an unsecured creditor in the bankruptcy this month of defense contractor Fansteel Inc. Outstanding legal bills also resulted in eight other firms being listed as creditors in two more bankruptcy cases.
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