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Abigail Adcox

Abigail Adcox

Abigail Adcox writes about business of law news in Washington, D.C., as well as lobbying and the revolving door. She can be reached at [email protected] and on Twitter @abigailadcox.

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April 03, 2024 | National Law Journal

Akin, MoFo and Holland & Hart Make DC Partner Hires

International trade partner Jason Prince, previously a Treasury Department official, has moved from Crowell to Akin.

By Abigail Adcox

3 minute read

April 02, 2024 | National Law Journal

Law Firms Terminate Lobbying Relationships With Chinese Companies

Akin, Brownstein and Steptoe have parted ways with Chinese lobbying clients in recent months amid increased scrutiny of China on Capitol Hill.

By Abigail Adcox

4 minute read

April 01, 2024 | National Law Journal

DOJ Antitrust Leaders Exit for Skadden, Foley & Lardner

The lawyers were chief and assistant chief in the Washington criminal II section of the DOJ's antitrust division.

By Abigail Adcox

3 minute read

March 29, 2024 | National Law Journal

Building on 7% Revenue Rise in 2023, Frost Brown Todd Looks to Enter New Markets, Add to Head Count

"We had another very good year, particularly given the sort of uncertainties around the economic environment," chairman Robert Sartin said in an interview.

By Abigail Adcox

3 minute read

March 27, 2024 | National Law Journal

Miles & Stockbridge Sees Revenue and Profits Rise as Partnership Contracts

CEO Nancy Greene said the firm is looking at expansion possibilities, including in Wilmington and New York.

By Abigail Adcox

4 minute read

March 26, 2024 | The Recorder

Regional West Coast Firms See Modest Gross Revenue Increases, as Equity Partner Tiers Contract

Hanson Bridgett, Stoel Rives and Procopio all had gross revenue or profit increases last year, while declines in their equity partnerships helped to boost PEP.

By Abigail Adcox

6 minute read

March 25, 2024 | National Law Journal

DOJ Health Care Litigator Heads to Nelson Mullins

Jillian Willis most recently served as assistant chief of the healthcare fraud unit in the DOJ's criminal division.

By Abigail Adcox

2 minute read

March 21, 2024 | National Law Journal

Big Law Takes Bigger Bet on Contingency Fee Practices

Kirkland, Crowell, Quinn and Susman Godfrey, among others, have all had financial gains from contingency fee cases. "We've seen a noticeable increase in interest in building out plaintiff side practices," said Evan Meyerson, at Burford Capital.

By Abigail Adcox

6 minute read

March 20, 2024 | National Law Journal

Paul Hastings Hires White & Case Partner as Co-Chair of International Arbitration Practice

Jonathan Hamilton was previously head of White & Case's Latin America arbitration practice.

By Abigail Adcox

2 minute read

March 19, 2024 | National Law Journal

Wilmer's Revenue and Profits Soar Amid Boom in Countercyclical Practices

While the firm landed in the spotlight for its clients' congressional testimony, Wilmer's revenue and profit grew 10% or more in 2023, amid gains in litigation and investigations practices.

By Abigail Adcox

4 minute read