Jones Day on Monday said former U.S. Department of Justice
attorney John Gore has rejoined the law firm as partner in its
government regulation practice in Washington D.C.
U.S. law firms White & Case and Latham & Watkins are among
the law firms advising Saudi state oil giant Aramco on its
massive initial public offering, according to a prospectus
released on Saturday by the company.
A federal judge said he will give law firm Cooley approval
to stop representing Theranos Inc founder Elizabeth Holmes in a
proposed class action accusing her Silicon Valley startup of
misleading consumers about the reliability of its blood tests.
Covington & Burling on Wednesday said the law firm has
elected a Washington D.C.-based corporate partner as its next
Norton Rose Fulbright on Tuesday announced that it had
elected a Dallas-based commercial litigation partner as its new
U.S. managing partner.
A Baltimore-based plaintiffs' law firm has paid the federal
government more than $90,000 to settle allegations that it
failed to reimburse Medicare for conditional payments made to
its clients, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Monday.
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom advised medical device
maker Stryker Corp on its approximately $4 billion buyout of
smaller rival Wright Medical Group, a deal announced by the
companies on Monday.
Here are some of the past week’s in-house appointments,
departures and department shakeups.
Employment levels for the U.S. legal industry stayed nearly
flat in October with an increase of 300 jobs, according to a
report released Friday by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Washington D.C.-based Buckley has hit back at an insurer
that sued the boutique law firm earlier this month in an attempt
to avoid covering a $6 million insurance claim for the loss of
its former chairman, filing its own lawsuit on Wednesday in
North Carolina state court.