Intellectual property and entertainment attorney Jeffrey Michelman is moving to Clayton firm Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal on Oct. 1. Michelman, who has represented clients including hip-hop rapper Nelly, actress Neve Campbell and singing group Hanson, is exiting Stinson Morrison Hecker. ...Read More »
After six years, The Daily Record has a new look for its annual Legal Leaders awards. For the first time, the paper has chosen a Legal Leader of the Year award and created a series of categories for other awardees. ...Read More »
Stinson Morrison Hecker talked for three years about increasing the amount equity partners must pay up front to buy into the firm. The firm took action this year, increasing the upfront amount for capital contributions for its two levels of ...Read More »
Some of the leaders of Missouri’s biggest firms were working the first weekend of 2009 to close the books on 2008. When they finished, several had cause to breathe a sigh of relief. In a year marked by large-scale national ...Read More »
One all-too-familiar story in 2008 was of law firms reducing their ranks to cut expenses. Since the year-old economic recession began last December, law firms reliant on traditional corporate practices have experienced a sharp decline in the demand for lawyers ...Read More »
2009 is expected to be a tough year for law firms. The economic turbulence brought on by the credit crisis caused corporations to tighten their belts, leading to less work for lawyers in such traditional corporate areas as mergers & ...
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