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April 10, 2024 | National Law Journal

As Big Law Interest in Denver Grows, Frost Brown Todd Lures 9 Laterals to Open Office

Citing opportunities in the energy, finance and technology industries in Denver, firm chair Robert Sartin said "having a physical presence" will allow the firm to grow business there and serve current clients.
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Harvey v. Perm. Mission of the Rep. of Sierra Leone to the U.N.
Publication Date: 2024-04-02
Practice Area: Civil Procedure | International Law | Real Estate
Industry: Construction
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Judge: Circuit Judge William J. Nardini
Attorneys:
For plaintiff: For Plaintiffs-Appellees: Rachel Maimin, on the brief, Ana Jara, Lowenstein Sandler LLP, New York, NY.
For defendant: For Defendant-Cross Defendant-Appellant: Andrew B. Loewenstein and Christina G. Hioureas, on the brief, Nicholas M. Renzler, Foley Hoag LLP, Boston, MA and New York, NY.
Case number: 22-1645

Work at Mission to U.N. Within Commercial Exception to Immunity Under FSIA

April 01, 2024 | Pro Mid Market

Midsize Moves: Saxton & Stump Hires From Troutman, Balch & Bingham Adds Bradley Arant Associate

Saxton & Stump announced that it has added litigator Samuel D. Harrison as senior counsel, who joins from Troutman Pepper; Balch & Bingham welcomed Callie Cochran to the firm's Birmingham, Alabama, office as an attorney in the environmental and natural resources practice.
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March 22, 2024 | Pro Mid Market

Midsize Moves: Nossaman Adds 2 Partners in Texas, Crowe & Dunlevy Hires Director in Oklahoma

Nossaman announced that Sejin C. Brooks and Melissa Ferringer have joined the firm's eminent domain and valuation group in Nossaman's Austin, Texas, office as partners; employment litigator Chris Vaught has joined Crowe & Dunlevy as a director in the firm's Tulsa, Oklahoma, office.
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March 05, 2024 | National Law Journal

Four South American Countries File Amicus Briefs Urging 2nd Circuit to Overturn $16.1B Ruling Against Argentina

Foley Hoag filed on behalf of Brazil and Uruguay, while Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe filed for Chile and Ecuador in support of a Sullivan & Cromwell attempt to reverse the verdict against Argentina.
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March 05, 2024 | Law.com

Four South American Countries File Amicus Briefs Urging US Court to Overturn $16.1B Ruling Against Argentina

Foley Hoag filed on behalf of Brazil and Uruguay, while Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe filed for Chile and Ecuador in support of a Sullivan & Cromwell attempt to reverse the verdict against Argentina.
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February 22, 2024 | Law.com

Cannabis Landlord Case / Harris Sliwoski's New Attorneys / Cannabis Lawyer's Congressional Run / Minnesota's Expungement Director

Lawyers for an elderly property owner in Los Angeles said she didn't know her tenant was selling unlicensed marijuana and that charges against her should be dropped. The Los Angeles City Attorney's office said such a ruling would undermine local authority to regulate cannabis operations.
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February 13, 2024 | The American Lawyer

Hogan Lovells Rebounds in 2023 With Most Profitable Year in History

The global firm brought in $2.68 billion in revenue, which translated into $2.74 million in profits per equity partner.
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February 06, 2024 | National Law Journal

Arnold & Porter Sees Revenue and Profits Jump, With PEP Rising 15% to $1.6M

The environment for counsel on government-facing issues was "quite strong" last year, driving demand across the firm's litigation, transaction and regulatory practices, said chairman Richard Alexander.
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January 18, 2024 | Law.com

Rescheduling Letter Reaction / AGs' DEA Letter / NY's Latest Licensing Suit / Day Pitney's Cannabis Practice Leaders

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provided a "treasure trove of data" last week when it released the documents behind its decision to recommend that marijuana be rescheduled under the Controlled Substances Act.
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