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  • End of the Corner Office:  DC law firm designs its new space for millennials
    Washington Post | June 22, 2015
    This front-page feature article highlights our new office space in Washington, DC, and the vision behind this build-out. Several of our colleagues were quoted throughout the article. These colleagues include Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk, leader of our IP Counseling & Transactions practice Jeff Costellia, Syndication practice group leader Greg Doran, and Washington, DC, associates Cody Rogers, Paige Gentry, and Emily Feder.  This article has been picked up by a number of publications nationwide including Buffalo News, the Miami Herald and the Kansas City Tribune, just to name a few.
  • Merger Mania in Chicago
    American Lawyer | June 18, 2015
    Managing Partner & CEO Andrew Glincher discusses law firm merger activity centered on Chicago.
  • Nixon Peabody Associate Sees Drone Practice Take Wing
    The Recorder | June 15, 2015
    This feature Q&A highlights efforts by San Francisco commercial litigation associate Cameron Cloar-Zavaleta to secure FAA permission for clients for commercial drone use.
  • Cybersecurity Risks Require Thorough Evaluation in M&A Transactions
    The Deal | June 11, 2015
    New York City Public Company Transactions partner Dick Langan authored this column discussing the importance of cybersecruity evaluations in M&A deals.
  • Judge Rejects Claim for a Pissarro by Heirs in Nazi Art Case
    The New York Times | June 10, 2015
    This feature article focuses on a recent U.S. District Court ruling in favor of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection Foundation and the Kingdom of Spain in an artwork dispute that spanned a decade. Los Angeles commercial litigation partners Thad Stauber and Sarah André represented the Foundation in this dispute.
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