A judge at the U.S. Court of Federal Claims last week granted Quinn Emanuel's request for 5% of $3.7 billion in judgments scored for health insurers owed payments under the Affordable Care Act. Arguments first put forward by the Quinn lawyers led to $12 billion in recoveries industry-wide.
Between new hires and departures and a new focus on maximizing in-office interactions, plus a new recognition of home-life stressors and the toll taken by a virus that's killed millions, firm leaders will have a new mix of employees on their hands, both literally and psychologically.
"With so many changes on the horizon for the industry, his extensive knowledge and experience are an excellent fit for our practice," said Lino Mendiola, co-head of Global Energy at Eversheds Sutherland.
Isaza Tuzman, who was arrested in Colombia on a U.S. fraud warrant, was sexually assaulted while in custody. U.S. District Judge Paul Gardephe took Isaza Tuzman's PTSD into account at sentencing, saying "the government had a moral obligation to do everything in its power to ensure his safety."
Judy Smith, co-founder of strategic advisory firm Smith & Company and inspiration behind the TV show Scandal, will be speaking in the keynote session titled "Leading Through Crisis: What Every Leader Should Know."