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  • Signing a New Lease? Seven Traps to Avoid

    Law firms often overlook key considerations when negotiating for new space that could save them a bundle, experts say.

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  • How Much Should Firms Pay to Protect Themselves From Hackers?

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  • Four Am Law 100 Firms Open New Middle East, U.S. Offices

    Shearman & Sterling launches in Dubai; Dechert forms an alliance in Saudi Arabia; Ogletree Deakins and Jackson Lewis expand in the U.S.; and litigation boutique Kobre & Kim heads to South Korea.

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  • After Dismissal Arguments, Judge Says Dewey & LeBoeuf Case Going to Jury

    Lawyers for three former Dewey & LeBoeuf executives sought to have a criminal case against their clients dismissed Tuesday, but a New York judge said the case would go to a jury, hopefully by mid-September.

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  • Brownstein, Dickinson, Dinsmore and Duane Morris Bolt On IP Boutiques

    The four Am Law 200 firms absorbed a quartet of IP shops on Sept. 1. Meanwhile, Detroit-based Butzel Long added on an employee benefits firm, while Anglo-German legal giant Taylor Wessing expanded into the Netherlands by acquiring another local firm.

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  • Clinton Emails Reveal the Persuasive Nature of Lanny Davis

    Onetime White House special counsel and former McDermott Will & Emery; Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe; and Patton Boggs partner Lanny Davis was profiled by The American Lawyer in 2010. A recent email dump by the U.S. Department of State reveals how he sought to have Hillary Clinton speak with us for that piece.

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  • Report: Revenue Grows By 4 Percent Among Am Law 100 Firms

    According to a midyear report by Wells Fargo's legal specialty group, Am Law 100 firms saw revenue grow by 4.1 percent during the first six months of 2015, though firm leaders are anxious that demand has not kept up with that pace.

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  • Arent Fox Partner Moonlights as Montauk Nightclub Owner

    Earlier this year, Arent Fox restructuring partner Robert Hirsh was part of a group that opened a new bar in Montauk, New York. But the trendy establishment has upset some locals in the summer hotspot who are peeved about crowds and acts of debauchery.

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  • Littler Banks on Big Data

    After setting up several new outposts and launching a back-office operations center earlier this year, Littler Mendelson has hired a new director of analytics to coincide with the launch of the Littler Data Center, a strategic initiative by the firm designed to tap into Big Data.

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  • Gap Settles Patent Suit After Fight With Dentons

    Dentons argued that its status as a Swiss verein should have insulated the firm from a former client's conflict claims. A judge wasn't convinced.

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