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David Strickland

Venable’s Strickland on Kobe Steel Scandal’s Safety Risks

Venable’s Strickland on Kobe Steel Scandal’s Safety Risks

David Strickland, partner at Venable, discusses the Kobe Steel scandal and what it may mean for safety. He speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas.”   See Kobe Steel and Venable’s Litigation Analytics on Bloomberg Law. Subscribe to the Big Law Business podcast on iTunes. Want to receive more stories like this in your inbox every morning? Subscribe to our daily

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Summit Videos: The Breakout Sessions

Videos from the Breakout Sessions of the Big Law Business Summit | June 9, 2016 | New York, NY Track 1 – Client Expectations Interview: Valuing Legal Services Introduced by: Jason D. Grimes, ‎Director of Business Development, North America, Aderant A conversation with law firm leader and in house counsel about how to value legal


Fannie Mae GC: Call Me When I’m Not Sending You Work

Almost seven years after the housing crisis, it’s still a historic time to be at the Federal National Mortgage Association, better known as Fannie Mae. In addition to lingering litigation with major banks over the 2008 crisis, the mortgage giant is working with competitor Freddie Mac, at the direction of the Federal Housing Finance Agency,


Wake Up Call: McKenna Long Waived Rules to Ease Dentons Merger

Below is a list of law firm news to keep you up on the most recent developments affecting your peers: • To ease the way for its merger with Dentons, the top management of McKenna Long reportedly waived internal rules and allowed select partners to openly look for lateral opportunities, and in exchange those partners’ votes to approve the firm’s


Seeing Through A Request for Transparency

Photo by Ramesh NG (Flickr/ Creative Commons) Editor’s Note: The author of this post is the director of marketing for Viewabill, a company that manages billing activity.    By Daniel Steinberg, Director of Marketing, Viewabill “Transparency” can be a high-voltage word when it comes to the delicate area of attorney billing. In the stress of