Bryan Cave

  • Gallent takes over Bryan Cave’s New York Land Use Team

    Bryan Cave’s Land Use Team, consisting of lawyers, urban planners and a registered architect, works in concert with the Real Estate and Environmental Client Service Groups to provide a full range of legal services in all areas of land use law

  • Pritchard becomes chair of Bryan Cave

    After a nine-month transition, Washington, D.C., partner Therese Pritchard has formally assumed the duties of chair of Bryan Cave, the first woman in firm history to take over the role.

  • Court vacates $10.6 million malpractice judgment against Bryan Cave

    A New York appeals court has vacated a verdict in which a jury found that the law firm Bryan Cave must pay $10.6 million for malpractice.

  • 14 U.S. law firms merge in Q1 2012

    It’s steady as she goes for law firms so far this year when it comes to mergers and acquisitions. A survey released yesterday by legal consultancy Altman Weil Inc. says that 2012’s M&A activity continues the rebound of law firm combinations that began in Q3 2010 and held firm through...

  • Bryan Cave and Holme Roberts merge

    It’s almost like reality matchmaking shows for law firms these days. A large number of firms have announced mergers in recent months—perhaps headlined by the union of Faegre & Benson and Baker & Daniels in mid-October.

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