Thu, 23 May 2013
Exploit the power of digital with The Lawyer Acumen
The Lawyer Acumen is a comprehensive online resource giving everyone in the legal market real-time business intelligence on the sector.
7 March 2005
3 March 2005
31 January 2007
5 February 2007
12 February 2007
29 January 2007
Cadwalader Wicker-sham & Taft has secured Shearman & Sterling antitrust star Steven Sunshine after tabling a dazzling annual remuneration package believ-ed to exceed $3m (£1.6m).
As first revealed on www. thelawyer.com (3 March), Shearman global antitrust head Sunshine is joining Cad-walader with junior partners Jess Biggio and David Wales.
It is understood that Cadwalader beat competition from New York rivals Willkie Farr & Gallagher and Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy.
Sunshine and Wales will work out of Cadwalader's Washington DC office, while Biggio joins the New York office. They started at Cadwalader on 3 March.
Sunshine, who last year counselled De Beers in its settlement with the US Department of Justice, will lead Cadwalader's newly-created antitrust practice.
The hires represent Cad-walader's first major foray into the antitrust sector and are designed to bolster the corporate and litigation practices.
Cadwalader's corporate department was the envy of New York earlier this year when it secured Procter & Gamble to advise on its merger with Gillette.
Subscribe to The Lawyer today and get all the latest news stories, both domestic and global, and analysis of the legal sector.
A subscription includes:
The latest legal news, opinion, analysis, jobs and events. Wherever you are, whenever you need it.
Let us help you with an integrated approach to mobile and online advertising.
Site powered by Webvision