Glen Nager Assumes USGA Presidency

Glen Nager Assumes USGA Presidency

Appellate lawyer Glen Nager of Jones Day in Washington, D.C., was recently installed as president of the United States Golf Association (USGA). Dream gig, right? Sure, but it’s also a lot of work, especially since he’s doing it on top of his day job as...
Talking Mentors with Adrian M. Pruetz

Talking Mentors with Adrian M. Pruetz

In the latest issue of Southern California Super Lawyers magazine magazine, we talk with IP and business litigator Adrian M. Pruetz of Glaser Weil Fink Jacobs Howard Avchen & Shapiro. The Q&A, “Wanted: Shades of Grey,” is online. What follows is...
Jaye A. Calhoun in the Wild West of Tax Law

Jaye A. Calhoun in the Wild West of Tax Law

In the most recent issue of Louisiana Super Lawyers, we spoke with former IRS attorney Jaye A. Calhoun of McGlinchey Stafford about her love of all things tax law. An excerpt: Q: You’ve called state and local taxes “the Wild West.” Do you enjoy that...
Taking Advantage of Bankruptcy with Michael L. Tuchin

Taking Advantage of Bankruptcy with Michael L. Tuchin

Are there advantages for a company in bankruptcy? When is a senior lender not a senior lender? How do you cap a claim asserted by a landlord? In this exclusive interview, bankrupty attorney Michael L. Tuchin, of the firm Klee, Tuchin, Bogdanoff & Stern in Los...
Ted Olson’s Memories of Ronald Reagan

Ted Olson’s Memories of Ronald Reagan

We recently had a chance to ask Ted Olson of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher about his experiences working with Ronald Reagan, both as his Solicitor General and personal lawyer. As you can see, the Gipper left quite an impression on Olson. “I was very, very...

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