Clients of Kirkland & Ellis can expect their lawyers to understand their business, whether it’s banking, private equity, pharmaceutical patents, or even—it turns out—tennis.

Kirkland international dispute resolution lawyer Javier Rubinstein, a Chicagoan who normally spends his time handling high-profile international commercial and investment arbitrations, recently took on a pro bono case for Georgian-American tennis pro Anna Tatishvili, who was stripped of her 2019 French Open first round qualification prize money for not playing well enough.

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