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Anti Trust Guidelines for Mergers to be Reviewed

Anti Trust Guidelines for Mergers to be Reviewed The Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice are reviewing the guidelines used to asses the antitrust issues raised by corporate mergers. The review will take place place at the end of this year and is expected to take…>read more

No Comment September 23, 2009

Two Antitrust Partners move to Sheppard Mullin from Mayer Brown

Two Antitrust Partners move to Sheppard Mullin from Mayer Brown Donald Klawiter and Jennifer Driscoll-Chippendale have left Mayer Brown and joined the antitrust practice at Sheppard Mullin. Klawiter, who has also worked for the Justice Department’s antitrust division, will chair the firms east coast antitrust group. Mayer Brown is an…>read more

No Comment September 22, 2009

Tuesday Roundup

Tuesday Roundup Good morning! Here’s a quick look back at yesterday’s news… LA Mayor Villaregosa’s deputy chief of staff moves to the private sector… Alston & Bird has deferred its deferrals…. Dewey & LeBoeuf picked up a pair of partners from Stroock……>read more

No Comment September 22, 2009

LA Mayor’s Policy Advisor Moves to Kaye Scholer

LA Mayor’s Policy Advisor Moves to Kaye Scholer Dan Grunfeld, who served as LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa‘s Deputy Chief of Staff for two years, stepped down from his post on friday and walked into a partnership today with Kaye Scholer. Grunfeld will focus on renewable energy and green…>read more

No Comment September 21, 2009

Alston Bird Defers its Deferrals, Indefinitely

Alston Bird Defers its Deferrals, Indefinitely Back in March, we told you that Alston Bird was deferring its incoming class of new associates. With so many firms doing this, it hardly seems like news anymore. Now, however, the same group of new associates have been deferred…>read more

2 Comments September 21, 2009

Dewey & LeBoeuf Will Represent Caster Semenya

Dewey & LeBoeuf Will Represent Caster Semenya Caster Semenya, the South African runner whose gender has been called to question, will be represented pro bono by the firm of Dewey & LeBoeuf. According the firm’s press release, “The plight of Ms. Semenya is a great matter of…>read more

1 Comment September 21, 2009

Two Laterals From Dewey to Stroock

Two Laterals From Dewey to Stroock Stroock & Stroock & Lavan picked up a pair of partners for its energy and project finance practice when Jeffrey Meyers and Jon Mostel made the transition last week from Dewey & LeBoeuf. Meyers will chair the group. Stroock &…>read more

No Comment September 21, 2009

Government Investigating Insurance Company

Government Investigating Insurance Company The government is investigating the health insurance company Humana over a mailer it recently sent out regarding health care reform. In the mailer, the company included some dubious claims that appear to designed to frighten the reader. More specifically, the…>read more

No Comment September 21, 2009

Monday Morning Roundup

Monday Morning Roundup Good morning! The weekend is over and it’s back to the grind, which means it’s time for another quick look at recent news… Gerard Lynch became the first appellate court judge appointed by President Obama to be confirmed… UK firms…>read more

No Comment September 21, 2009

Gerard Lynch Confirmed for 2nd Circuit Seat

Gerard Lynch Confirmed for 2nd Circuit Seat Gerard Lynch was confirmed by the Senate today for a seat on the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals, making him the first appellatejudge appointed by President Obama to win confirmation. Lynch had a relatively easy confirmation, winning Senate approval by…>read more

No Comment September 18, 2009