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Bartlit Beck Herman

According to the National Law Journal's 2017 NLJ 500 ranking of firms based on size, Bartlit Beck Herman has 80 attorneys and is ranked 491st in the United States.  ...
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  • The American Lawyer

    Katten Jumps on Rebranding Bandwagon With New Image, Website

    August 28, 2019

    In promoting a shorter name and refreshing other marketing elements, Katten is the latest big firm to bet on a rebranding effort to get clients' attention.

  • The American Lawyer

    5 Years After Merger, Stinson Trims Its Name

    April 30, 2019

    Mark Hinderks, managing partner of the firm formerly known as Stinson Leonard Street, pointed to the wider trend of Am Law 200 firms opting for more concise monikers.

  • New York Law Journal

    Milbank, 'Not a Wall Street Firm Anymore,' Takes New Name

    February 21, 2019

    The renaming to simply "Milbank" coincides with a move from downtown to new offices at 55 Hudson Yards.

  • State of Delaware v. Purdue Pharma L.P.

    Publication Date: 2019-02-20
    Practice Area: Consumer Protection
    Industry: Pharmaceuticals | Retail
    Court: Delaware Superior Court
    Judge: Judge Johnston
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: Ryan P. Newell, Shaun Michael Kelly and Kyle Evans Gay of Connolly Gallagher, LLP; Richard W. Fields of Fields PLLC; Scott W. Gilbert, Richard Shore, Mark A. Packman, Jenna A. Hudson, Michael B. Rush, Monique T. Abrishami and Richard J. Leveridge, Gilbert LLP, Washington, DC; Kathleen Jen-nings, attorney general, and Michael Vild and Michelle Whalen, Delaware Dep't of Justice for the state.
    for defendant: Brian D. Tome and Kelly E. Rowe, Reilly, McDevitt & Henrich, PC, Wilmington, DE; Mark S. Cheffo, Hay-den A. Coleman, Debra D. O'Gorman and Judy L. Leone, Dechert LLP, Philadelphia, PA for defendant Purdue Pharma. Michael P. Kelly, Steven P. Wood, Daniel J. Brown and Hayley J. Reese, McCarter & English, Wilmington, DE; John A. Freedman and Sean O. Morris, Arnold & Porter Kay Scholer LLP, Los Angeles, CA for defendant Endo Pharmaceuticals. Kevin B. Collins, Katherine B. Shaffer and Neil K. Roman, Covington & Burling, New York, NY; A. Thompson Bayliss, Michael A. Barlow, Sarah E. Delia, David A. Seal and Daniel J. McBride, Abrams & Bayliss, Wilmington, DE for defendant McKesson Corp. David A. Felice, Bailey & Glasser LLP, Wilmington, DE, Steven Pyser, Ashley W. Hardin and Joshua D. Tully, Williams & Connolly, Washington, DC for defendant Cardinal Health. Jennifer C. Wasson, Jesse L. Noa and Carla M. Jones, Potter, Anderson & Corroon LLP, Wilmington, DE; Louis W. Schack, Shan-non E. McClure and Neil A. Hlawatsch of Reed Smith LLP for defendant AmerisourceBergen. Jami B. Nimeroff, Brown, Garry, Nimeroff, Wilmington, DE; James W. Matthews, Katy E. Koski, Jaclyn V. Piltch and Redi Kasollja, Foley & Lardner, Boston, MA for defendant Anda Pharmaceuticals. Thomas E. Han-son and Oni N. Harton, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, Wilmington, DE and Indianapolis, IN for defendant H.D. Smith LLC. Daniel B. Rath, Rebecca L. Butcher and Jennifer L. Cree, Landis, Rath & Cobb LLP, Wilmington, DE; Eric R. Delinsky, Alexandra W. Miller and R. Miles Clark, Zuckerman Spaeder LLP, Washington, DC for defendant CVS Health Corp. Beth Moskow-Schnoll, William Burton and Elizabeth A. Sloan, Ballard Spahr LLP, Wilmington, DE; Kaspar J. Stoffelmayr, Katherine M. Swift and Alex J. Har-ris, Bartlit, Beck, Herman, Palenchar & Scott LLP, Chicago, IL and Denver, CO for defendant Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc.

    Case Number: D68469

    The state adequately alleged claims against manufacturers and distributors of opioids, but the court dismissed public nuisance, civil conspiracy and unjust enrichment claims.

  • The American Lawyer

    More Law Firms Jump on Name Shortening Bandwagon

    November 08, 2018

    Shingles are shrinking in Chicago, where Much Shelist now goes by "Much" and Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott has become just Bartlit Beck.

  • The GWO Litig. Trust v. Sprint Solutions, Inc.

    Publication Date: 2018-11-07
    Practice Area: Business Torts | Trade Secrets
    Industry: Retail | Technology Media and Telecom
    Court: Delaware Superior Court
    Judge: Judge Wallace
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: Richard M. Beck, Sean M. Brennecke, Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg LLP, Wilmington, DE; John D. Byars, Joseph C. Smith, Jr., Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott LLP, Chicago, IL, attorneys for plaintiff
    for defendant: Steven L. Caponi, Matthew B. Goeller, K&L Gates LLP, Wilmington, DE; David I. Swan, Brian A. Kahn, McGuire Woods LLP, Charlotte, NC, attorneys for defendant and third-party plaintiff.

    Case Number: D68347

    Plaintiff adequately stated claims for trade secret violations and interference with prospective business rela-tions, but its conversion and unfair competition claims were duplicative of the contract claims.

  • The American Lawyer

    As Partners Come Forward, Law Firms Walk Fine Line in Kavanaugh Controversy

    October 04, 2018

    An effort by an Akin Gump practice leader to provide information to the FBI highlights how major law firms are navigating the unusually controversial confirmation fight.

  • Connecticut Law Tribune

    With Partners Coming Forward, Law Firms Walk Fine Line in Kavanaugh Controversy

    October 04, 2018

    An effort by an Akin Gump practice leader to provide information to the FBI highlights how major law firms are navigating the unusually controversial confirmation fight.

  • National Law Journal

    Law Firm Partner, a Kavanaugh Classmate, Questions Yale Accuser's Claim

    October 02, 2018

    As Brett Kavanaugh's years at Yale have come under greater scrutiny, a Bartlit Beck lawyer in Denver and former classmate of the nominee reached out to the Senate Judiciary Committee to raise his doubts about an accuser's claims of sexual misconduct.

  • The Mid Market Report

    Litigation Finance: Noisy Propaganda Obscures a Basic Truth

    October 01, 2018

    To portray litigation finance as a kind of piracy is disingenuous when its real impact is to help ensure what the public expects of every business transaction—a level competitive playing field.