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Norton Rose Fulbright Expands Again, This Time in South Africa - In a busy week for law firm combinations, Norton Rose Fulbright has acquired four-lawyer commercial law boutique Keller Snyman Schelhase in Cape Town, a move that comes six years after the global legal giant acquired one of South Africa?s largest firms.
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Breaking: Ampersands Go Missing From Big Law - Baker & McKenzie lost its ampersand last month, and Boies, Schiller & Flexner, not to be outdone, recently dropped its squiggly symbol and also ditched a comma.
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Ex-Clinton Aide Joins Boies Schiller in Silicon Valley - Boies, Schiller & Flexner has brought on Ann O?Leary, a former top adviser to Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, as a partner specializing in nonprofit and philanthropic endeavors in Palo Alto, California.
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Crowell's Northern Retreat Has Holland & Hart Alaska-Bound - Crowell & Moring is closing its Alaskan outpost?one the firm opened in 2009?following Holland & Hart's hire of a six-lawyer environmental team in Anchorage and Washington, D.C.
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As Currencies Suffer, Law Firms Try Hedging to Safeguard Revenues - As the pound falls, so does the reluctance of many firms to gamble on future exchange rates.
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Deal Watch: White & Case Leads on Transactional Tables - White & Case ranked No. 1 for M&A globally in league table rankings for legal advisers in 2016, according to data analyzed by Bloomberg and Mergermarket. The latter listed the Am Law 100 firm as working on 319 announced deals last year valued in excess of $665 billion.
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Two More Big Firms Tap New Diversity Heads - Baker McKenzie and Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney started 2017 by hiring diversity and inclusion officers, the latest in a series of large firms filling similar roles as they attempt to determine how diversity efforts fit into their businesses in a time of uncertainty.
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Live from New York: It's Saturday Night! - A spotlight shines on a Big Law partner.
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Paul Weiss Gets Into PTAB Work With Ropes & Gray Recruit - J. Steven Baughman, a longtime IP litigator at Ropes & Gray in Washington, D.C., is leaving the firm for Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison. Baughman is the firm?s latest high-profile lateral recruit.
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Two Top Sports Lawyers On Opposite Sides Switch Firms - A pair of leading sports industry lawyers have left their firms for new digs. O?Melveny & Myers hired DLA Piper corporate partner Chuck Baker to chair its sports industry group out of New York, where longtime Weil, Gotshal & Manges litigator James Quinn is retiring from the firm at 71 to become of counsel at top trial boutique Berg & Androphy.
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Two Top Sports Lawyers?On Opposite Sides?Switch Firms - A pair of top sports industry lawyers have left their firms for new digs. O?Melveny & Myers hired DLA Piper corporate partner Chuck Baker to chair its sports industry group out of New York, where longtime Weil, Gotshal & Manges litigator James Quinn is retiring from the firm at 71 to become of counsel at top trial shop Berg & Androphy.
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Cadwalader to Close Houston Office in Core Practice Pivot - A few days after Willkie Farr hired two energy partners from Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, Allen & Overy and Haynes and Boone have picked up three more Cadwalader partners. The moves come as Cadwalader seeks to refocus itself on financial services work, a process that will see the Wall Street firm close its Houston office.
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The National Law Journal provides timely legal information of national importance to attorneys that other publications don't, including:

  • Federal Circuit Court Decisions. The Circuit court is the appellate level of the federal court system. Decisions of the 11 circuits and the D.C.circuit often become the law of the land and can be cited by attorneys throughout the nation. A decision in one circuit may be cited by attorneys arguing a case in a different circuit completely across the country.

  • Verdicts. Hand picked verdicts of national consequence appear weekly in The National Law Journal. Attorneys throughout the country are informed through our verdicts page of the year's Top 10 verdicts as well as unique and important verdicts that cross state boundaries.

  • Practitioners Columns. Each week, The National Law Journal features in-depth analyses of critical issues affecting today's legal profession from well known practioners. 

  • Coverage of legislative issues. The National Law Journal features experts' interpretations of how laws affect business and the courts so that attorneys in law firms and in house counsel are kept well informed.

  • Legal news from the business and private sectors. Each week The National Law Journal reports on the significance of law related events from Corporate America to hometown USA.


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