As remote working technologies improve and real estate costs skyrocket, some firms are putting their satellite offices in the cross-hairs.
In the wake of several high-profile grand jury investigations in Pennsylvania, the state Supreme Court has enlisted a team to re-evaluate how grand juries operate.
Building on recent expansion in its Pittsburgh office, Cozen O'Connor has brought on a real estate partner from Reed Smith, as well as two associates from other firms.
A Philadelphia lawyer from Duane Morris is one of the newest knights of the Republic of Italy, a distinction he received for his legal work against the Republic of Argentina on behalf of Italian citizens.
Generic pharmaceutical manufacturer Lannett Co. Inc. has appointed its longtime outside lawyer to serve as chief legal officer and general counsel.
A Philadelphia litigator from Clark Hill has made the jump to Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, looking for a firm with more local ties.
Blank Rome has brought on a new chief information officer who hails from Minneapolis-based Faegre Baker Daniels.
Large and mid-sized firms alike give two simple reasons for their in-house tech investments: cost and differentiation.
Immigration services firm Fragomen recently announced that it's opening a new center in Pittsburgh, staffed with up to 50 employees, where it will develop or redevelop much of its software and cybersecurity technology in-house.
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis has turned to one of its newest partners to replace the firm's recently departed white-collar and corporate investigations chairman.