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  • The 2015 Midsize Hot List

    We asked our readers to nominate law firms with between 51 and 150 attorneys and that excel at deal making, litigation, counseling and other legal services. The 20 firms we highlight this week do all that and more.

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  • More Litigation Arising From Firm's Failure

    Federal regulators, the bankruptcy trustee and others are pursuing legal actions.

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  • NY Big Law Abuzz Over Dewey Trial

    Fourteen months after their indictment and two years after their firm failed, three former Dewey & LeBoeuf leaders will face a jury in New York this week.

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  • Wheeler Trigg O'Donnell

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  • Tarter Krinsky & Drogin

    Tarter Krinsky & Drogin does it all for the middle-market companies it targets, and also helps huge companies like Citigroup Inc. meet specific needs.

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  • Much Shelist

    Much Shelist's strategy is to attract dissatisfied Big Law lawyers seeking a haven to practice sophisticated law in a collegial culture that values client service.

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  • Berger Singerman

    Berger Singerman's work is classic Florida, from deals for citrus growers to cleaning up after failed and ­fraudulent businesses.

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  • Risk-Management Burden Grows for Directors

    Regulators appear to be demanding closer management oversight at financial institutions.

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  • Enforcement Scrutiny Falling on Individuals

    Regulators have tended to focus on institutional wrongdoing, but that's changing.

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  • CFPB Blurs Line Between Enforcement, Regulation

    Bureau asserts power to reform financial industry without resorting to formal rulemaking.

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