Robert Dell

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    Biglaw, Partner Profits

    Eye-Popping Profits At Latham & Watkins

    Last year was a very good year for Latham. How good are we talking?

    12 Comments / / Feb 24, 2015 at 4:15 PM
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    Drugs, Football, Kramer Levin, Morning Docket

    Morning Docket: 11.14.13

    * So we’ve had some technical difficulties this morning. Sorry all. So let’s kick off this abbreviated morning docket with news that Robert Dell will retire from Latham & Watkins at the end of 2014 after helming the firm for 20 years. [The Am Law Daily]

    * Dwayne Bowe was arrested for alleged marijuana possession. He’s still going to start on Sunday though in case you were relying on his almost unnoticeable fantasy football impact this year. Remember when I didn’t understand the “Weeden Wayne Bowe” joke. Good times! [Kansas City Star]

    * Whitey Bulger considers his trial a sham. He’ll be sentenced this morning. [LA Times]

    * Former NBCUniversal General Counsel Lawrence Tu was named top lawyer at CBS. Congrats on “pulling a Letterman.” [Deadline]

    * Sean Coffey is joining Kramer Levin. He previously headed up a litigation financing company. So when David asked if litigation finance was the hot new trend, apparently the answer is “no.” [New York Times / Dealbook]

    2 Comments / / Nov 14, 2013 at 9:41 AM
  • Biglaw, Musical Chairs, Partner Issues

    Latham Officially Launches Its Boston Office

    It’s about time. We’ve been writing about the new Boston office of Latham & Watkins for weeks now (here and here), revealing a number of their top lateral hires. On Wednesday, Latham made its official announcement — and confirmed the accuracy of our prior reporting. All of the partners we previously named as Latham-bound, taken […]

    47 Comments / / Mar 25, 2011 at 10:15 AM
  • Advertising, Biglaw, California, Career Center, Partner Issues, Shameless Plugs, This Is an Ad

    Career Center Survey Results: Top Partners to Work For – California (Part 1)

    Welcome to the third installment of our Top Partners to Work For series, as selected by our readers (see last week’s posts here and here). In the first two weeks, we covered New York and D.C.; this week, we head west, and cruise on over to sunny California. The ten partners we highlight today work […]

    / Dec 14, 2010 at 1:45 PM
  • Partner Issues

    Latham & Watkins: New Managing Partner for the New York Office

    As multiple tipsters have been telling us, Dave Gordon, managing partner of Latham & Watkins’s New York office is putting down the mantle of leadership. But Gordon will be staying at the firm, continuing his private practice. James Brandt will be taking over at the Lipstick Building. And of course Robert Dell remains in place […]

    45 Comments / / Jul 21, 2010 at 10:05 AM
  • Biglaw, Partner Issues, Partner Profits

    Are Am Law 100 Firms Ever Going to Change?

    Am Law Daily has what can only be termed a frightening headline today: The Am Law 100 2010: Too Big to Fail? Nooooo! Haven’t we learned that “too big to fail” is terrible? It’s bad for our economy when things are too big to fail — too often, too big means too inefficient to change: […]

    17 Comments / / May 12, 2010 at 1:38 PM