Home Morning Roundup Post View Count: 188 Share Tweet Share Share Email By joshua Posted on July 7, 2010 Good morning everyone! Today is Wednesday, July 7th. Here’s a quick look back at yesterday’s stories. Latham & Watkins announced its launch of an Asian litigation practice centered in Hong Kong… Detroit-based firm Dykema hired Robin Radomski as its Chief Marketing Officer… What Where Search Jobs Saul Ewing added a four-person team focused on the gaming industry… Sidley Austin named a new managing Partner in San Francisco… Thompson Hine LLP received national recognition for leadership in promoting diversity… Get JD Journal in Your Mail Subscribe to our FREE daily news alerts and get the latest updates on the most happening events in the legal, business, and celebrity world. You also get your daily dose of humor and entertainment!! Subscribe Skadden was found to be first in M&A Advisements for first half of year… A global study found tracking procedures lacking in lawyer-to-lawyer referrals… Weil Gotshal received two international Legal Alliance Awards… Fisher & Phillips opened an office in Washington, D.C…. The Bureau of Labor Statistics showed legal sector lost 3,900 jobs in June… Clifford Chance named a new London practice head… Related Items:anne rea, Arent Fox, asian regulatory climate, awards, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Cleary Gottlieb, Clifford Chance, dykema, Dykema Gossett, Fisher & Phillips, gaming, International Legal Alliance Summit and Awards, Jones Day, Latham & Watkins, lawyer-to-lawyer referrals, Layoffs, legal breaking news, LexisNexis, london office, louis aronson, managing partners, Martindale-Hubbell, morning news roundup, Multicultural Law magazine, practice head, referrals, reinhart boerner van deuren, Reuters, robert ruben, Saul Ewing, Sharon Flanagan, Sidley Austin, Sidley Austin LLP, skadden, Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom, Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal, Thompson Hine, Thompson Hine LLP, tracking procedures, wednesday news articles, weil gotshal, Weil Gotshal & Manges Share Tweet Share Share Email Recommended for you January Legal Jobs Drop Quinn Emanuel Raises Signing Bonus to $75K to Attract Law Clerks Erin Brockovich, Law Firms Head to California for Gas-Leak Clients Click to comment RECENT POST Avvo Launches Online Legal Services Artist Sues Martin Shkreli over Wu-Tang Clan Album Deportations Loom as Families Struggle to Find Legal Counsel Dunkin’ Donuts Sued for Overcharging Customers by $14 Million SLIME FOR CASH: Above the Law Joins Albert’s (a.k.a. Robert Kinney’s) Decade-Long Ballistic Cyberbullying Campaign to Destroy Competitor for Firing Him January Legal Jobs Drop Arkansas Law Firm Falls Victim to Scam RECENT COMMENTSkeke on Bill Cosby’s Felony Rape Charge: What Will Society Learn?keke on Bill Cosby’s Felony Rape Charge: What Will Society Learn?keke on Bill Cosby’s Felony Rape Charge: What Will Society Learn?keke on Bill Cosby’s Felony Rape Charge: What Will Society Learn?Deebers1956 on Bill Cosby’s Felony Rape Charge: What Will Society Learn?