Despite the flat national demand for legal services, Atlanta’s largest firms fared pretty well last year.
The latest in banking and finance, from capital development to pension regulations and succession planning.
The votes are tallied. Lawyers have spoken. We unveil their favorite vendors, servicing law firms and Georgia’s legal community.
An inside look at the lawyers, courts and history of Georgia's second city, Augusta, home of the Masters Tournament.
View the public compensation of hundreds of GCs from companies in 12 Southeastern states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.
Search the Going Rate database to find billing rates for lawyers who have submitted federal court filings seeking for legal work.
The Daily Report recognized six corporate legal departments for their outstanding work and best practices including the best in-house legal work, outside counsel management, solo department, strategic management and community service.
These six firms presented the best evidence that they won results for clients in 2013, whether it was in favorable verdicts, dismissals, settlements or other actions that protected clients' interests.
Your guide to Georgia’s most unique venues for special corporate, firm and personal occasions.
Atlanta firms have tapped their next generation of leaders. Find out more about this group, including charts and a survey of demographics, trends and insights.
The Daily Report's annual pick of Georgia lawyers under 40 who should be on readers' radar.
Find out what a case settlement is worth. Top Georgia Settlements of 2013 explores settlements covered by the Daily Report and affiliate publication VerdictSearch. Plus, top 10 case summaries and rankings by category.
Find out what a case is worth. Top Georgia Verdicts 2013 explores cases covered by the Daily Report and affiliate publication VerdictSearch. Plus, top 15 case summaries, top 25 cases and rankings by category.
Corporate boards of directors increasingly are inviting women to join their ranks. But when that woman also is lawyer, the board may benefit not just from the diverse voice at the table, but also her professional expertise and wisdom. We look at what women lawyers bring to—and take back—from the corporate boardroom.