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Cynthia Rickett joins Kilpatrick Townsend's intellectual property department as an associate in the Seattle office. Plus more moves in this week's column.
Kevin Blair joins Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn's litigation department in the Lansing, Mich., office. Plus more associate moves in this week's column.
George Bronner joins Burr & Forman's corporate and tax practice in the Mobile, Ala., office. Plus more associate moves in this week's column.
Kimberly LeBlanc joins Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott's litigation division in the Washington office. Plus more associate news in this week's column.
Derek Rooney has joined Fowler White Boggs as an associate in the Fort Myers, Fla., office. Plus more law firm associates in this week's column.
Michael Fox and Raymond Mack have been promoted to partner at Nelson Levine de Luca & Hamilton. Plus more associate news in this week's column.
Catrina Rogers has joined Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote's Pittsburgh office. Plus more associate news in this week's column.
Kelli Biggam has joined Aronberg Goldgehn's insurance coverage litigation group. Plus more associate news in this week's column.
The picture for women and minorities at the nation's law firms changed only marginally during 2012, with the percentage of female associates declining slightly for the third year in a row, while the number of women and minority group members ticked up, according to NALP.
New arrivals at Pepper Hamilton and Winston & Strawn in this week's column.
New arrivals at Aronberg Goldgehn, Eckert Seamans, Fisher & Phillips, and Plunkett Cooney in this week's column.
Pity the poor, beleaguered partner. Do you really buy that? I don't. My gut tells me that associates are the ones we should pity. Guess what? I am so right!
Leigh Esposito joins Carlton Fields as an associate in Miami. Plus other law firm personnel news in this week's column.
Worries about the future of their chosen profession notwithstanding, nearly every second-year law student who spent the summer of 2012 at one of 21 large law firms polled by The Am Law Daily wound up being offered full-time employment.
Christopher Donewald and Robert Merten III join Blank Rome in Los Angeles; Livya Heithaus joins Schiff Hardin in Chicago.
New arrivals at Kilpatrick Stockton and Swanson, Martin and Bell in this week's column.
New arrivals at Eckert Seamans in this week's column.
A federal appeals panel has ruled that the heirs to Marilyn Monroe's estate did not inherit the rights to her publicity because she was a resident of New York, where such rights are not recognized posthumously.
A new book asks the questions most comic fans haven't — how would superheroes, and villains, manage if they had to legally answer for their actions? This slideshow provides some educated guesses.