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law firm

noun attorneys-at-law, business company, counselors-at-law, law office(s), legal practitioners, LLC, parttership, PLC
Associated concepts: prominent law firm, white glove law firms
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These rankings are based on numerous factors such as client reviews, peer evaluations, and the Law Firm Leaders Survey.
The time-honored benchmarks should still be applied in researching potential space for a law firm client--they are still attorneys, and they still want offices and doors.
Fox said he opposed retaining the law firm because it wanted its old bill paid first, but Snow said it was Fox's suggestion to hire the law firm.
Mori Hamada & Matsumoto is another full-service law firm capable of advising both large multinational corporations and startups from Japan or elsewhere.
The National Employers Counsel Network comprises employment law firms from all 50 states plus the District of Columbia, whose attorneys provide editorial content for M.
The law firm routinely works with governments, multinational corporations and international investors in the energy, petrochemical, gas, telecommunications and aluminum sectors.
You also have to ask whether if you affiliate with one law firm you will alienate others you depend on for referrals.
The law firm balked, arguing that the IRS was conducting the audit in bad faith, that the Service issued the summons to circumvent the requirements for "John Doe" summonses under Sec.
Many lawyers are unwilling to release information to a reporter," says Jannet Hurd, director of business development for the law firm of Verner, Liipfert, Bernhard, McPherson and Hand in Washington, D.
Brown also noted that the CBF acquisition gives Integreon relationships with two of the world's top three law firms and will allow the company to provide its associates with global career paths, thereby further enhancing its unrivalled employee retention rates.
The seminar is the latest course in a continuing legal education (CLE) program that was inaugurated in 2002 and presented by LePatner & Associates to law firms and corporate real estate law departments in the New York region.
The board voted 4-1 in closed session Wednesday in favor of hiring Los Angeles law firm Fulbright & Jaworski LLP to represent it, according to board member Deborah Rice.

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