By May, Polsinelli Shughart will shave off one vestige of a merger four years ago — the second part of the law firm’s name.
Bryan Cave Chairman Don Lents says that expanded work and higher attorney headcount led to to a revenue increase at his firm. An early look shows some wildly diverse — but mostly positive — 2012 financial results for some members of the MOney 20, Missouri’s highest-grossing corporate law firms.
The percentage of female new partners at the state’s largest law firms grew again. At 37 percent, though, it still lags behind the number of women coming into the profession — nearly half of law school graduates.
A judge ordered a hospital to pay at least $161.9 million to fulfill its obligations to a Kansas City-area not-for-profit health system it bought in 2003.
Pro bono time took a hit in 2010 as law offices downsized and focused on billable hours, but it could have been much worse.
Polsinelli Shughart’s acquisition of Quateman, a boutique firm in Los Angeles, is one of many law firm combinations this year.
Missouri’s fourth top-grossing law firm just added an office in Los Angeles.
Below is a look at deals involving various transactions and Missouri lawyers in the past few months.
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Polsinelli Shughart is opening an office in Dallas, the Kansas City-based law firm said today.
John Orbe joined Bryan Cave’s St. Louis office. He will practice with the transactions, corporate finance and technology, entrepreneurial and commercial practice groups. He received his law degree from Saint Louis University in 2010. Orbe was a summer associate with the firm in 2009. Denise Fields has joined the Kansas City office of labor and […]
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