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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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March 07, 2024 | National Law Journal

Without Contingency Fees Windfall, Crowell's Gross Revenue Inched Up 0.9% to $595 million

PEP declined without a significant windfall from contingency receipts. But the firm's base business revenue was up 6.8%, Crowell Chair Phil Inglima said.

By Abigail Adcox

4 minute read

March 07, 2024 | National Law Journal

Government Contracts Leader Marcia Madsen Dies at Age 75

Madsen was a longtime partner and chair of Mayer Brown's U.S. government contracts practice, which she founded at the firm.

By Abigail Adcox

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March 06, 2024 | National Law Journal

Finnegan, Recovering From Earlier Revenue Losses, Sees 6% Top-Line Growth

The firm has been investing in "adjacent services" that complement its traditional core IP offerings, said managing partner Erika Arner.

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March 04, 2024 | National Law Journal

Ex-Stroock Partner Jumps to Dentons After Short Tenure at Hogan Lovells

Kim Pagotto was one of dozens of partners who joined Hogan Lovells on Nov. 15 from Stroock. A few months later, Dentons announced her arrival.

By Abigail Adcox

2 minute read

March 04, 2024 | National Law Journal

Boeing Turns to String of Big Law Firms for Latest Legal Troubles

While the aviation giant retained Perkins Coie to handle a new suit related to a door plug blowout, Boeing is also working with several others, such as Kirkland & Ellis and McGuireWoods, for ongoing matters.

By Abigail Adcox

4 minute read

March 04, 2024 | National Law Journal

Paul Hastings Recruits 6-Partner IP Litigation Team From Allen & Overy

The Am Law 25 firm has hired a six-partner tech-focused IP litigation team from Allen & Overy based in Palo Alto, New York, and Washington, D.C.

By Abigail Adcox

3 minute read

February 27, 2024 | National Law Journal

Wilmer, White & Case, Miller & Chevalier Build DC Lawyer Ranks

Wilmer hired international trade partner Neena Shenai, becoming the latest law firm in D.C. to recruit attorneys focused on export control, CFIUS or trade matters.

By Abigail Adcox

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February 23, 2024 | National Law Journal

'Steady Year in a Turbulent Market': McGuireWoods Surpasses $1B in Gross Revenue

McGuireWoods benefited from rate increases and also embraced alternative fee arrangements, including "very significant enterprise-wide flat fee type arrangements" and blended rates, said the managing partner.

By Abigail Adcox

4 minute read

February 22, 2024 | National Law Journal

As Firm Expenses Grew by $15M, Vorys' Revenue Rose but Profits Declined

The firm's expense growth was driven by investments in new ancillary businesses, as well as overhead for new firm offices, lawyer compensation and inflation, said Michael Martz, Vorys managing partner.

By Abigail Adcox

3 minute read

February 21, 2024 | National Law Journal

Jenner and Akin Recruit Partners Focused on National Security, Export Control

Alexis Early joins Jenner from King & Spalding, while Akin hired Opher Shweiki, who was a chief counsel for the Bureau of Industry and Security within the U.S. Commerce Department.

By Abigail Adcox

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