David Frederick, a partner at Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd, Evans & Figel, has made a habit of arguing successfully against federal pre-emption before the Supreme Court.

It’s a high-stakes specialty that casts him in frequent opposition to big business, which tends to like pre-emption because it provides one set of regulations (federal) to deal with, instead of messy rules and tort actions in each of 50 states.

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