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  • Skadden, Davis Polk Advise on Intrawest: Business of Law

    Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP advised Intrawest Resorts Holdings Inc., a North American mountain resort and adventure company, in its initial public offering. The company raised about $188 million selling the 15.6 million shares for $12 each, after offering them for $15 to $17 apiece. The shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol SNOW.

  • Jenner Adds Illinois Solicitor General: Business of Law

    Illinois Solicitor General Michael A. Scodro will join Jenner & Block LLP on Jan. 27 as a partner in the appellate and supreme court practice in Chicago.

  • Sidley Gets Corporate Governance Lawyer Gregory From Weil

    Debevoise & Plimpton LLP and Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP were legal counsel to Forest Laboratories Inc., maker of the Alzheimer’s drug Namenda, which agreed to buy Aptalis Pharma for $2.9 billion, adding treatments for gastrointestinal ailments and cystic fibrosis. Aptalis was advised by Ropes & Gray LLP.

  • Bryan Cave Selects Pritchard as First Woman to Lead Firm

    Bryan Cave LLP named Washington partner Therese D. Pritchard as the next chairwoman, giving the firm its first woman head in its 140-year history and the first firm leader to come from an office outside St. Louis.

  • Chadbourne, Cozen O’Connor, Proskauer: Business of Law

    Bank of America Corp.’s law firm defending the company against MBIA Inc. in a dispute over defective mortgages said that a court ruling in a separate case means lenders should reevaluate their reserves for bad loans.

  • Dentons, McKenna to Put Merger to a Vote: Business of Law

    Dentons LLP, the 2,600-lawyer global law firm, and McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP, a 575-lawyer firm, will put their proposed merger to a vote of partners in the next two weeks, both firms confirmed in an e-mail.

  • Wachtell, Davis Polk, Reed Smith: Business of Law

    Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz advised Umpqua Holdings Corp., Oregon’s biggest bank, which agreed to pay about $2 billion in stock and cash to buy Sterling Financial Corp., the lender backed by Warburg Pincus LLC and Thomas H. Lee Partners LP.

  • Johnson Named NY Protection Bureau Chief: Business of Law

    New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman named securities litigator Chad Johnson as chief of the office’s Investor Protection Bureau. The former head, Marc B. Minor, resigned in August.

  • Ex-SEC Enforcement Official Joseph Dever Joins Cozen O’Connor, Firm Says

    Joseph Dever, a former assistant regional director of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in New York, joined Cozen O’Connor LLP in New York, the law firm said.

  • Herbert Smith, Macfarlanes, Baker: Business of Law

    Kweku Adoboli’s co-workers knew he was making fictitious trades, the former UBS AG banker told an attorney who interviewed him on the night of his arrest in September 2011.

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