A law unto itself: the untold story of the law firm Sullivan & Cromwell

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Paragon House, 1989 - Business & Economics - 360 pages
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Traces the history of the influential American law firm, whose senior partners have included John Foster and Allen Dulles, and looks at the firm's role in corporate takeovers

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From its founding in 1879, Sullivan & Cromwell was no ordinary law firm. Early on, it devised new ways of forming huge monopolies, and in 1902-04 was instrumental in convincing the U.S. government to ... Read full review

Contents

Facing the Future
3
THE LAW BENDER
13
Sullivan versus Cromwell
15
Copyright

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