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September 08, 2023 | Pro Mid Market

Who Got the Work: Moses & Singer Steps in to Defend Former Band Member in Trademark Infringement Suit

Moses & Singer attorneys are representing an artist being sued by her former record label.
2 minute read
August 07, 2023 | The American Lawyer

Deal Watch: Latham, Goodwin, Covington Steer Life Sciences Deals. And Is It Time for an M&A Rebound?

Near-record highs of private equity dry powder and corporate cash reserves are paired with high interest rates and other factors. Which will win out?
10 minute read
June 07, 2023 | The American Lawyer

As Kirkland Doubles Down in Salt Lake, Partner Billing Rates Soar in Region

Kirkland is now the third-largest law firm in Salt Lake, based on attorney head count last year.
5 minute read
February 09, 2023 | Pro Mid Market

Who Got the Work: Kobre & Kim Steps In To Defend Against Securities Fraud Claims

Attorneys from Kobre & Kim, Phillips Lytle, Parsons Behle & Latimer and Segal McCambridge Singer & Mahoney recently made appearances in court cases on behalf of clients.
2 minute read
November 03, 2022 | Pro Mid Market

Who Got the Work: Fleet Management Company Fights Patent Suit, Credit Union Defends Against Trademark Infringement Claims

Paul D. Swanson of Lane Powell has entered an appearance for Zonar Systems Inc. in a pending patent lawsuit relating to asymmetric communication through a Code-Division Multiple Access mobile communication method; D. Zachary Wiseman of Ray Quinney & Nebeker has entered an appearance for Teraflex in a pending lawsuit for alleged breaches of the Family and Medical Leave Act.
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July 25, 2022 | Pro Mid Market

Mid-Market Trendspotter: What's Driving a Wave of Midsize Mergers

Staring down market uncertainty, larger midsize firms are adding scale and new markets, while smaller firms look for dance partners to cut costs and hand off administrative duties.
5 minute read
July 14, 2022 | Trendspotter: Big Law Can Disrupt Secondary Markets, but Dominance Is Far From Guaranteed

As large law firms continue to move into smaller markets, the value proposition is clear: the ability to tap into enticing talent, be closer to valuable clients and add offices with lower overhead costs. But while Big Law firms often make a big splash when they first enter these locales, staying power is much harder to establish.
5 minute read
June 28, 2022 | The Recorder

'The People We Want as Our Partners': Regional Firms Unite as Big Law Acquisitions Press On

The motivation to scale efficiently and strengthen practices while maintaining a sense of geographic identity is at the heart of recent combinations in the West.
5 minute read
April 06, 2022 |

In-House Lawyers Say Bad Tech Has Forced Office Returns: The Morning Minute

The news and analysis you need to start your day.
6 minute read
November 02, 2021 | The American Lawyer

Another Big Law Firm Is Setting Up Shop in Salt Lake City

A firm leader said the move will "enhance our longstanding client relationships in the region" and "recognize Salt Lake City for the vibrant market it has become for emerging technology and life sciences companies."
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