Squire Patton Boggs edged total revenues closer to the $1 billion mark and boosted average partner profits to nearly $1 million in 2016, in what global managing partner Steve Mahon called the firm's "best year ever."
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President Donald Trump routinely has sought corporate America's voice on a range of issues, but will he and members of Congress listen to the 185 in-house counsel who are opposed to his zero budget for the Legal Services Corp.?
In a ruling that could expose the shipper to steep penalties, a judge faulted UPS for turning a blind eye to illegal cigarette shipments until it was faced with legal action.
As Hawaii prepares for a hearing Wednesday, the Trump administration looks to capitalize on an early win in Virginia.