First-year associates who start work in September fall mainly on the expense side of a law firm’s balance sheet for that fiscal year. Did that fact go through the minds of the many law firm leaders who decided, starting in 2009, to delay associates’ starting dates? And does it now?Read More »
Most of Missouri’s largest firms lost some revenue or made only modest gains in 2010, but their lawyers were more productive.
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A jump in the number of new partners specializing in tax and public finance proves that when it comes to partnership, the supporting players of Missouri’s largest law firms can still get their due — eventually.Read More »
New partners at Missouri firms are finding themselves more alone. Missouri’s largest law firms promoted 16 percent fewer people than they did for 2010. And that’s after a 26 percent drop from the year before.Read More »
After denying a plaintiff attorney’s request for nearly $14,500 in attorney’s fees, St. Louis County Circuit Judge John Ross lifted an injunction and a restraining order on Monday in a case involving the troubled Northeast Ambulance and Fire Protection District.Read More »
Another law firm has pledged a large donation to Legal Services of Eastern Missouri to help its goal of providing equal justice to low-income individuals. The organization announced that Spencer Fane Britt & Browne’s St. Louis office has committed to ...Read More »
A recent flurry of partner firm-hopping seemed to prove the commonly held view that firms lately are interested only in partners with books of business. Some recruits don’t fit that picture, however. They’re heavy on name recognition but light on ...Read More »