It is the first time in nearly 20 years that the government has not backed efforts to award the contract to Sterling-based Neustar.
As data analytics take flight, a business once based on personal connections is becoming a science.
The law firm’s new chairwoman has been co-head of the government contracts practice since 2010.
FCC staff recommends a $450M contract that the Sterling firm has held for 18 years go to rival Ericsson.
Law firm Baker Botts goes head to head with former client, a company it represented in bankruptcy, over fees
A new audit to test law firms’ tech skills is drawing interest from dozens of Fortune 500 companies and large law firms. In-house lawyers at more than 30 major companies are considering including the test in future RFPs for outside law firms.
Judge disqualifies the law firm because it was inadvertently representing both sides in a lawsuit.
A Georgetown professor is pushing for radical change to capital structure of law firms, but it’s a long shot.
Former parent company of The Washington Post to sell business to Education Corporation of America.
Deal comes at a time advertisers are scrambling to better measure consumer behavior across TV, mobile