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Great values are the bedrock of a great law firm. Weil’s award-winning Pro Bono practice implements the Firm’s deeply held belief that contributing to the legal representation of the less fortunate and unjustly treated in our society is among the highest values a law firm can hold.
Weil’s leadership position and premier expertise in counseling not-for-profit organizations is overseen and marshalled by the Firm’s Not-for-Profit Practice Group.
Many of our lawyers contribute to our award-winning blogs to provide timely commentary on developments in the areas most important to our clients:
August 20, 2014 —Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off: What Happens if the Bankruptcy Code Says Yes, But the Debtor’s Governance Documents Say No?
August 19, 2014 —Can the FDIC Assert Direct as Well as Derivative Claims of Stockholders of Failed Banks? The Seventh Circuit Says “No (But Maybe They Should)”