By Ross Todd | October 2, 2023
"Women are organized multitaskers, inspirational motivators and outstanding listeners," says Noller, the first woman to lead the firm's litigation department. "All these traits, plus solid communication, make us terrific litigators and trial attorneys."
By Ross Todd | September 29, 2023
Britt Cramer of Kirkland & Ellis, Christina Sharkey of Quinn Emanuel, and Nicole Schult of Uptown People's Law Center represented a former prisoner who testified about her sexual abuse at the hands of a counselor at the Logan Correctional Center near Springfield, Illinois.
By Ross Todd | September 22, 2023
Davis Wright Tremaine partners Ambika Kumar, David Gossett and counsel Adam Sieff persuaded a federal judge in San Jose that the California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act—a law passed last year with bipartisan support aimed at protecting children when they're online—likely violates the First Amendment.
By Ross Todd | September 15, 2023
A federal judge in Manhattan sided with lawyers at Clement & Murphy, Kellogg Hansen and King & Spalding by landing on the high end of the damages sought over the Argentine government's 2012 move to seize majority control of YPF.
By Ross Todd | September 11, 2023
"The size of our firm puts us in a sweet spot in which we have the diversity of experience and brute-force ability to handle the largest and most complex matters, while also being free of the institutional inertia that plagues larger firms."
By Ross Todd | September 8, 2023
The FTC and six state attorneys general dropped their challenge to the merger just 10 days after litigators at Cravath, Swaine & Moore and Cooley, repping Amgen and Horizon respectively, filed opposition briefs pushing back against the agency's preliminary injunction bid.
By Ross Todd | September 6, 2023
Cheri Gatlin, a veteran litigator at Burr & Forman based in Jackson, Mississippi, sees a whole boatload of potential disputes coming around the bend.
By Ross Todd | September 1, 2023
Bryan Aylstock of Aylstock, Witkin, Kreis & Overholtz and Christopher Seeger of Seeger Weiss, the co-lead plaintiffs' counsel in the 3M Combat Arms Earplug Products Liability Litigation, say the settlement is evidence of an MDL process that worked.
By Ross Todd | August 25, 2023
The settlement announced this week with multiple banks over claims they colluded to prop up fees in the stock lending market comes after an earlier $81 million deal with Credit Suisse affiliates.
By Ross Todd | August 21, 2023
"Rather than competing with my colleagues for business, I have been able to partner with so many of my former Big Law colleagues who routinely refer me clients because of conflicts," says Cohen, who launched her boutique with colleagues from McKool Smith.
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