By Andrew Strickler (April 4, 2013, 7:02 PM EDT) -- This week's legal lions are feeling well-fed and prosperous, with banking lawyers dodging private Libor-rigging lawsuits and some plaintiffs attorneys getting a very healthy slice of a fat legal fee pie. Among our legal lambs are big pharma lawyers hit with a combination punch in the First Circuit, and a BigLaw firm which suffered a high-profile defection of a profit-making practice group.
This Week's Legal Lions
Global banks scored a major win when a New York federal judge gutted private lawsuits accusing them of rigging Libor, and largely dismissed antitrust and other claims brought by investment firm Charles Schwab Corp. and...
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