Very good. No dust jacket. xvii, , 455,  p. 29 cm. Illustrations. Notes. Appendix. Index. From Wikipedia: "Morgan Lewis was founded in Philadelphia on March 10, 1873 by Charles Eldridge Morgan, Jr., a Civil War veteran, and Francis Draper Lewis, the son of a successful cotton merchant. In 1883, Morgan & Lewis hired Morris Rex Bockius, who dominated the firm from the turn of the century until his death in 1939. He became a partner fifteen years after he joined the firm, which became Morgan, Lewis & Bockius. In 1882, the firm began to handle work for the United Gas Improvement Company, which became the largest gas and electric utility company in the United States, and (as UGI) is still a client today. That was the beginning of a boom: By the end of the 19th century and into the 20th, Morgan Lewis counseled many leading companies including Philadelphia s largest newspaper, Pennsylvania s largest railroad, a major paper manufacturer, banks and trust companies, and the largest manufacturer of steam locomotives in the world. The law firm was the original holder of the web domain name MLB. In September 2000 they made an agreement to transfer the domain name to Major League Baseball. Today, Morgan Lewis is a global law firm with more than 1, 400 lawyers in 25 offices around the world. The firm is known for its regulatory and industry focused practices in areas such as; Labor Litigation, Antitrust, Energy, Life Sciences, and Securities."
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