- n. a firm of lawyers
“Apache Corp.'s successful lawsuit against Mr. Chevedden, filed last year, marked the first time a company has sued to block a shareholder proposal on procedural grounds, according to Keir Gumbs , a partner at the law firm Covington & Burling LLP, who advised the energy producer.”
“Vance, a partner at the venerable New York law firm of Simpson, Thacher E Bartlett, was broadly liked and respected.”
“That leaves 362 proposed, facing a future deadline or having missed due dates for completion, according to the law firm Davis Polk.”
“Host, which is represented by law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, alleges in the suit that it was defrauded in its sale of three hotels in 2009 and 2010.”
“Then, after Lyn Redwood teamed up with a Dallas-based law firm that specialized in class action lawsuits, the floodgates opened.45 “Attorneys began to start focusing on it,” Redwood says.”
“But the recent court rulings could embolden more companies to bypass the SEC, said Marty Dunn , a partner at law firm O'Melveny & Myers LLP and former deputy director of the SEC's corporation finance division.”
“Both those times, our quarterback, Ron Rodriguez—a computer technician that I worked with at a midtown law firm by day—called my number, and I came up with two clutch grabs.”
“The Waite, Schneider, Bayless & Chesley law firm has represented the plaintiffs from the beginning of this lawsuit and provides continuity and knowledge based on its years of involvement in a case that should be resolved promptly and on fair terms.”
“How was Dawbarns, the law firm at which Richard Barr worked, involved?”
“One regular mail stop was at the highly respected law firm of John and Jacob Koenig.”
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