Paul Hastings

At Paul Hastings, our purpose is clear — to help our clients and people navigate new paths to growth. With a strong presence throughout Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the U.S., Paul Hastings is recognized as one of the world’s most innovative global law firms.
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Los Angeles, US
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2,191 (est)
Paul Hastings is headquartered in Los Angeles, US

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Paul Hastings has offices in Los Angeles, London, New York, San Francisco and in 7 other locations
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Shareholders spring more pay surprises on top blue-chip bosses

One of Britain’s top captains of industry breathed a sigh of relief this week when he suggested to me that this year’s AGM season was passing off more peacefully than expected. In one sense, he was right: there have been relatively few big pay revolts (AstraZeneca yesterday being the most notable…

Yahoo hack: These are the biggest data breaches of all time

An announcement by Yahoo last night revealed as many as 1bn of its users' data may have been compromised in the biggest hack of all time. The breach is even bigger than Yahoo's previous hack, when the details of 500m accounts were stolen - at the time, that was the biggest hack in history. Thi…

Samsung to Buy Harman International in an $8 Billion Bet on Cars

The South Korean electronics giant will acquire the American provider of sound systems and components for cars in a push toward smart devices.

Future of Big Mergers Under Trump? Like Much Else, It’s Unclear

Though Donald Trump vowed to fight AT&T’s bid for Time Warner, deal advisers say it’s not known what his administration will mean for mega-mergers.

What the GE-Baker Hughes Deal Says About the Energy Sector

An oilfield services shakeup is in the cards.

After $38-million deal collapsed, L.A. County secretly launched public corruption probe of retired CEO

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors secretly launched a public corruption investigation of its former Chief Executive William T Fujioka shortly after his retirement two years ago, examining his role in real estate dealings, a multimillion-dollar emergency communications project and other…
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