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McDermott Lawyers Help Uncover Hoover-Era ‘Sex Deviate’ Files

McDermott Lawyers Help Uncover Hoover-Era ‘Sex Deviate’ Files

Government documents related to former FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover’s purge of gay and lesbian federal government employees will be released after McDermott Will & Emery attorneys scored a pro bono win. The Mattachine Society of Washington, D.C., sought documents relating to an executive order, signed by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1953, that allegedly

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Ten Employee Benefits Lawyers Leave McDermott for Winston

By Gayle Cinquegrani, Bloomberg BNA A group of 10 employee benefits and executive compensation partners left law firm McDermott Will & Emery to join Winston & Strawn. Seven of Winston’s new partners will be based in Chicago and three in Washington. The partners joining Winston’s Chicago office are Gerrie, Joseph S. Adams, Amy M. Gordon,

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10 McDermott Partners Are Joining Winston & Strawn: Source

David Rogers, head of McDermott Will & Emery’s labor, employment and benefits practice, is leaving the firm and joining Winston & Strawn with a team of partners, a source with direct knowledge of the matter told Big Law Business. Rogers, a member of the firm’s management and recent member of the executive committee in Washington, D.C., submitted

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Bruce Springsteens of Law? That’s What This Big Firm Wants to Be

Miami lawyer Ira Coleman has a vision for McDermott Will & Emery, the big law firm he was just elected to chair: “We want to be the Bruce Springsteens of law.” Let him explain for a minute: Coleman had this epiphany when attending a Bruce Springsteen concert in Philadelphia this February at the Wells Fargo Center. “We

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Cadwalader Loses Top Executive Pay Partner to McDermott

After a busy end-of-August in the business of law world, news broke again over Labor Day: Steve Eckhaus, the chair of Cadwalader’s executive compensation practice group, is joining McDermott Will & Emery. That’s one more out the door of the New York law firm, which in August saw its top antitrust team in Washington, D.C.  decamp

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