SAN FRANCISCO — After nearly four years as U.S. ambassador to Australia, Jeffrey Bleich has returned to the San Francisco office of Munger Tolles & Olson, where he built his litigation...
A Silicon Valley team from Latham & Watkins helped Redwood City's OncoMed Pharmaceuticals Inc. ink a $177 million product development agreement with New Jersey–based Celgene Corp....
In 2009 Bradley Lerman got a phone call from a former law school classmate. It was Kathleen Sullivan of the firm then called Quinn, Emanuel, Urquhart & Hedges, and she and her partner, Faith...
Kaye Scholer's Los Angeles office, which has seen a string of departures this year, is now losing its comanaging partner. Thomas Stromberg, a corporate partner who also served on the firm'...
Orrick Chairman Mitchell Zuklie said the firms spent two months trying to resolve conflicts but couldn't find a way.
The founders of Judicata hope to refresh the search experience, while others go after actionable data.
When companies are seeking to establish appropriate corporate governance policies, they often look to model themselves after those titans of industry in the Standard & Poor's 100. But...
SAN FRANCISCO — Nimble Storage Inc. has tapped a litigation team at Fenwick & West to defend accusations that it poached employees and secrets from data storage rival NetApp Inc....
Google tapped a team from Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy to advise on its investment in six solar power plants. The search giant co-invested alongside private equity firm KKR, taking an $...
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