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A business litigator is a many splendored lawyer. One day he’s developing game plans with his client’s in-house attorneys. The next he’s negotiating a fair settlement with opposing counsel. The following day, he’s trying to hold the jury’s attention with an explanation of some complex accounting methodology or recondite advance in biopharmacology. Not to mention juggling stubborn CEOs, tricky depositions, and multipronged litigation in federal and state courts across the country. Washington, D.C., boasts many expert business litigators, but the 10 profiled here stand out even in that crowd. Some of them specialize in the highest-stakes areas of commercial contention such as securities fraud and patent infringement. Others are generalists in the ways that companies come to blows. They all tend to focus on resolving disputes between corporations rather than mediating the blows of government enforcement. Legal Times reporter Attila Berry and freelancer (and former Legal Times reporter) Siobhan Roth wrote these profiles. Business Editor Anna Palmer and reporters Nathan Carlile and Alexia Garamfalvi did key reporting.
Thomas “Tim” Cullen Jr.
Thomas Cullen Jr.Thomas “Tim” Cullen Jr. of Jones Day. Jerome Epstein
Jerome EpsteinJerome Epstein of Jenner & Block. Michael Hausfeld
Michael HausfeldMichael Hausfeld of Cohen, Milstein, Hausfeld & Toll. J. Michael Jakes
J. Michael JakesJ. Michael Jakes of Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner. Michael Jones
Michael JonesMichael Jones of Kirkland & Ellis. Carl Kravitz
Carl KravitzCarl Kravitz of Zuckerman Spaeder. George Pappas
George PappasGeorge Pappas of Covington & Burling. Scott Schreiber
Scott SchreiberScott Schreiber of Arnold & Porter. Howard Stahl
Howard StahlHoward Stahl of Steptoe & Johnson. Margaret Zwisler
Margaret ZwislerMargaret Zwisler of Latham & Watkins.

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