Bryan Cave Powell Goldstein partner Elliott Goldstein, described as a pioneer of corporate governance and responsibility, died Thursday at the age of 93. Goldstein served as the chairman of the American Bar Association’s committee on corporate laws during its adoption ...Read More »
Two Bryan Cave partners who joined the firm via a January merger have exited. Indiana law firm Barnes & Thornburg announced it is opening its Atlanta office with transactional attorney Stuart Johnson and intellectual property lawyer Jason Bernstein. The two ...Read More »
Lathrop & Gage typically has an all-attorney retreat every three years, meeting early in the year in a warm location such as Arizona. Even though 2009 marks the third year since the last all-attorney retreat, Lathrop hasn’t scheduled the event ...
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Armstrong Teasdale has joined the ranks of Missouri law firms laying off attorneys and staff. The St. Louis-based firm this week let go seven lawyers and 23 staff members, or 6 percent of the firm’s total personnel, managing partner Michael ...Read More »
Eight of the 58 attorneys laid off by Bryan Cave on Thursday had worked in the firm’s Missouri offices, according to former Bryan Cave attorneys and lawyers at other firms who received phone calls about possible job interviews. Bryan Cave’s ...Read More »