Katelyn Polantz

For Two Top DC Lawyers, Time Away Helped Soothe the Soul

Katelyn Polantz

Two name partners at Washington, D.C.-based boutiques took sabbaticals within the past year to spend more time with their families. These are their travel stories.

LeClairRyan Swallows New Practice With Pizzo & Haman Merger

Katelyn Polantz

The firm has absorbed Pizzo & Haman, a 23-strong workers' compensation boutique.

State Appellate Vets Team Up; Another Law Firm Merger; Inside Clyde's Insurance Practice Play

Katelyn Polantz

Washington Wrap is a weekly roundup of Big Law hires and other Washington, D.C., legal industry news. Read the previous edition here. Send tips and lateral moves to Katelyn Polantz at kpolantz@alm.com.

Jones Day Hires Bridge Political Divide, Wilkinson Walsh Adds a Partner, Manafort's Wrong Turn

Katelyn Polantz

Washington Wrap is a weekly roundup of Big Law hires and other Washington, D.C., legal industry news.

Trump's $25M Man? White House Releases Unfinished Disclosure on Lawyer's Pay

Katelyn Polantz

Former Hogan Lovells partner Ty Cobb said in a draft disclosure form that his dividends from the firm were between $5 million and $25 million. But the form left out specifics about his relationship with the firm and individual legal clients.

Figuring Out What Young Associates Want, Over 15 Coffees

Katelyn Polantz

Sean Marotta, a senior appellate associate at Hogan Lovells in Washington, D.C., had coffee with 15 summer associates this year who found him over Twitter. The National Law Journal caught up with Marotta to review some of what he learned from them.

LeClairRyan Lands 17-Strong Aviation Group From Dentons

Katelyn Polantz

Dentons' former U.S. aviation group has landed at LeClairRyan, and the team is larger than what first appeared on the horizon.

Buckley Sandler Learns From First Summer Associate Class; SG's Office Picks Assistants; Big Firms Disclose Fees

Katelyn Polantz

Washington Wrap is a weekly roundup of Big Law hires and other Washington, D.C., legal industry news.

Wrapping Up Six Months of Legal Business in Washington

Katelyn Polantz

Over the past six months, a new presidential administration, a ninth U.S. Supreme Court justice and a pesky but ever-present special investigation have turned this city nearly upside down. But what hasn't changed is how the legal industry in Washington, D.C.—or what I would call our shadow governmen

Nixon Peabody Brings Back the Sun in DC; Comey Heads to Howard University; US Chamber Attacks CFPB

Katelyn Polantz

Washington Wrap is a weekly roundup of Big Law hires and other Washington, D.C., legal industry news.

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