Publications & News

Leading Boston Law Firms Join Forces to Challenge Public Charter School Cap, Ensure Students' Rights

March 8, 2015

In an unprecedented joint legal effort, three leading Boston law firms—WilmerHale, Goodwin Procter, and Foley Hoag—announced this morning that they plan to file a pro bono lawsuit on behalf of Boston school students to lift the state's cap on public charter schools and ensure every student's constitutional right to an adequate education.

Leading Boston Law Firms Join Forces to Challenge Public Charter School Cap, Ensure Students

Publications

March 23, 2015

What the SFO is now doing right

An article by Christopher David, published in The Law Society Gazette on March 23, 2015.... Read More


March 18, 2015

SEC Enforcement Developments in 2014, and a Look Forward

An article by Bill McLucas, republished in the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation on March 18, 2015.... Read More


March 18, 2015

The Big Unknown Amongst the Arbitral Institutions?

An article by Dr. Maxi Scherer and Dr. Sarah Ganz, published in Dispute Resolution magazine on March 18, 2015.... Read More


News

March 25, 2015

WilmerHale Welcomes Market-Leading Intellectual Property and Litigation Partners, Continues Expansion into Rocky Mountain Region

WilmerHale is pleased to announce the arrival of Partners Natalie Hanlon Leh, Mary (Mindy) V. Sooter and Benjamin S. Fernandez to the firm's Denver office as members of the Litigation/Controversy... Read More


March 23, 2015

Former CFPB Senior Counselor Michael Gordon Joins WilmerHale

WilmerHale is pleased to announce that Michael Gordon, senior counselor to the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), is rejoining the firm in April as... Read More


March 23, 2015

Gary Born Named International Arbitration "Lawyer of the Year" 2015 by Best Lawyers

Gary Born has been named “Lawyer of the Year” 2015-2016 for international arbitration and mediation by Best Lawyers.... Read More