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January 10, 2024 | National Law Journal

Barclay Damon Combines With DC-Based Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram

Barclay Damon had its "sights set on" expanding its footprint in the D.C. market for a long time in order to advance the firm's regulatory experience at the federal level.
3 minute read
October 26, 2023 | The American Lawyer

Quinn Emanuel and Foley & Lardner Resolve Fee Dispute From LeClairRyan Bankruptcy

The resolution grants Foley & Lardner $2.2 million in fees that have already been approved. But the firm had sought another $4.1 million.
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October 18, 2023 | The American Lawyer

Quinn Emanuel Fights to Depose Foley & Lardner CEO in $2M Dispute Over LeClairRyan Fees

The firms are at odds because Quinn Emanuel partners Erika Morabito and Brittany Nelson began the contingency-based representation of LeClairRyan's bankruptcy trustee as partners at Foley & Lardner.
4 minute read
August 30, 2023 |

How Law Firm Client Entertainment Has Changed: The Morning Minute

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August 29, 2023 | The American Lawyer

After Ripping 'Unseemly' Deal Between LeClairRyan Founder and Trustee, Judge OKs Updated Settlement

"While the meteoric rise and fall of LeClairRyan PLLC may have been extraordinary, LeClair's personal avarice does not translate into a circumstance worthy of vacating this court's opinion," the judge wrote.
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August 10, 2023 |

The Law Firm Disrupted: This 90-Year Old Law Firm Is Bowing Out With Class

Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis is looking to steer clear of bankruptcy court as it winds down. Meanwhile, LeClairRyan remains the subject of litigation, four years after it announced plans to dissolve.
4 minute read
September 30, 2022 | Connecticut Law Tribune

Some Attorney Billing Records From Public-Sector Investigation May Be Exempt From FIOA Disclosures, Invasion of Privacy Still Needs to Be Determined

"I'm certainly glad that the court recognized that invoices written by a lawyer whose engaged to do an investigation were subject to the privilege," said the plaintiff's attorney, Michael Harrington, partner of FordHarrison in Hartford. "In the public sector, you have this additional concern about making the situation worse because it is publicized later. In this particular case, a lot of folks expressed to the lawyer who did the investigation ... employees were definitely expressing hesitancy about speaking out because the investigation concerned investigating the mayor. I think the court was right to recognize that."
6 minute read
September 02, 2022 |

Sexual Harassment Persists in Law Firm Culture: The Morning Minute

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September 01, 2022 | The American Lawyer

UPDATED: Quinn Emanuel Stands to Receive $9.4M in Fees in LeClairRyan Bankruptcy

The U.S. trustee objected to a $3.15 million payment on top of a 35% contingency fee, but a firm attorney said the issue was resolved.
3 minute read
August 12, 2022 | Insurance Coverage Law Center

Suit Filed Seeking Judgment That Insurer Has No Duty to Defend Portion of $21M Judgment Under Excess Professional Liability Policy

This suit was surfaced by Radar. Read the complaint here.
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