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FROM NINE TO SIX: Nine professional firms entered Manhattan bankruptcy court Monday hoping to continue advising the Dewey & LeBoeuf estate in connection with the largest law firm bankruptcy in U.S. history. And while none emerged unscathed, six of the nine—including lead bankruptcy counsel Togut, Segal & Segal—received the court’s approval to forge ahead in their efforts on behalf of the defunct firm.
NOT HOPPING OUT OF COURT: Dish Network Corp. didn’t get the preemptive victory it sought over major TV broadcasters in their legal fight over the satellite company’s ad-skipping, set-top box, called the Hopper.
THIS COULD NEVER HAPPEN HERE, RIGHT? Lobbyist poses as a reporter.
TWO NOUNS WE’D NEVER THOUGHT WE’D USE IN THE SAME SENTENCE: Eva Longoria and Wheat Ridge Recreation Center.
SHUTTING DOWN IN NORTHERN COLORADO: Boston Market.
ADDING ONE: Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck.
ALSO ADDING ONE: Faegre & Benson, by growing its intellectual property group.
LASTLY, ADDING ONE: Holland & Hart, which added Andrew Folkerth.
THERE’S JUST SOMETHING SO COOL about seeing these guys hammer the ball out of the park.
COLORADO COURT OF APPEALS’ oral argument schedule.
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