American Lawyer chief European correspondent Chris Johnson meets regularly with senior legal sector figures at their favorite breakfast joints to chew over the industry's tastiest talking points. This week, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher's new London corporate head Charlie Geffen discusses the continued exodus of private equity partners from U.K. to U.S. firms in London.
Three affiliates of a medical billing service can proceed with a third-party beneficiary claim in a breach of contract lawsuit between their parent and a medical software company, the Delaware Court of Chancery has ruled.
The creation of a Delaware business entity to further alleged wrongdoing is enough to confer personal jurisdiction over defendants who formed the entity under the state's long-arm statute, the Delaware Court of Chancery has ruled.
Bryan Hughes, CEO of London-based Eversheds, tells The Am Law Daily that a “cultural fit” is key when it comes to whittling down a 10-firm list of potential merger partners for his 1,200-lawyer outfit next year.