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Jones Day

According to the National Law Journal's 2018 NLJ 500 ranking of firms based on size, Jones Day has 2513 attorneys and is ranked 5th in the United States.  With $1,959,360,000 in...
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#13

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#9

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#5

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  • Litigation Daily

    Daily Dicta: Devin Nunes Messes With the Bull—and Gets the Horns

    March 21, 2019

    It seems the main result of the suit so far has been to amplify the voices that Nunes ostensibly wanted to suppress.

  • Zervos v. Trump

    Publication Date: 2019-03-20
    Practice Area: Civil Procedure | Constitutional Law
    Industry: Federal Government | State and Local Government
    Court: Appellate Division, First Department
    Judge: Presiding Justice Dianne Renwick
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: For Appellant: Marc E. Kasowitz, Christine A. Montenegro and Paul J. Burgo of counsel, Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP, New York
    for defendant: For Respondent: Mariann Meier Wang, John Cuti, Eric Hecker, Daniel Mullkoff and Heather Gregorio of counsel, Cuti Hecker Wang LLP, New York; For Amici Curiae: Robert S. Fischler, Patrick J. Reinikainen, Elizabeth Bierut and Nicholas C. Spar of counsel, Ropes & Gray LLP, New York

    Case Number: 150522/17

    Supremacy Clause Does Not Immunize President From State Court Defamation Action

  • National Law Journal

    Neomi Rao, Overcoming Character Questions, Is Confirmed to DC Circuit

    March 13, 2019

    Rao, confirmed Wednesday in a 53-46 vote, becomes the Trump administration's second successful appointment to the D.C. Circuit.

  • Wyno v. Lowndes County et al.

    Publication Date: 2019-03-13
    Practice Area: Constitutional Law | Government | Wrongful Death
    Industry: State and Local Government
    Court: Georgia Supreme Court
    Judge: Justice Bethel
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: O. Wayne Ellerbee, John Gee Edwards, (The Ellerbee Law Firm), Valdosta, for appellant.
    for defendant: James L. Elliott, (Elliott, Blackburn & Gooding, P.C.), Valdosta, for appellee. Rusi Chandrashkhar Patel, Susan Janan Moore, (Georgia Municipal Association, Inc.), Atlanta, G. Joseph Scheuer, Kelly Jean Long Pridgen, Larry Wayne Ramsey, Jr., (Association County Commissioners of Georgia), Atlanta, for Amicus appellee. Ross Warren Bergethon, Andrew Alan Pinson, Christopher M. Carr, Jameson B. Bilsborrow, (Department of Law), Atlanta, for Other Party.

    Case Number: S18A1231

    Georgia Constitution Immunizes Government Employees From Liability Arising From Discretionary Enforcement of Dog Control Ordinances

  • Litigation Daily

    Divided Sixth Circuit Rules En Banc Against Planned Parenthood in Ohio Funding Fight

    March 12, 2019

    A split en banc ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has cleared the way for Ohio to cut funding to health care groups that provide abortions.

  • National Law Journal

    Divided Sixth Circuit Rules Against Planned Parenthood in Ohio Funding Fight

    March 12, 2019

    A split en banc ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has cleared the way for Ohio to cut funding to health care groups that provide abortions.

  • Elliott v. The State

    Publication Date: 2019-03-08
    Practice Area: Constitutional Law | Criminal Law
    Industry: Automotive
    Court: Georgia Supreme Court
    Judge: Justice Peterson
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: Gregory Allen Willis, (Willis Law Firm), Atlanta, Jared Thomas Hall, (Thomas, Webb & Willis LLC), Atlanta, for appellant.
    for defendant: William Washington Fleenor, Ethan Merritt Makin, (Athens-Clarke County Solicitor General's Office), Athens, Kenneth W. Mauldin, (Western Judicial Circuit District Attorney's Office), Athens, for appellee. Daniel J. Sabol, (Luftman, Heck & Associates LLP), Columbus, Donald Timothy Huey, Blaise J. Katter, (Huey Defense Firm), Columbus, for Amicus appellant. Patricia B. Attaway Burton, David Scott McLaughlinm, Paula Khristian Smith, Andrew Alan Pinson, Christopher M. Carr, Jameson B. Bilsborrow, (Department Of Law), Atlanta, for Amicus Appellee. Margaret Ellen Heap, (Office of The District Attorney Eastern Judicial Circuit), Savannah, Joseph Scott Key, (Miller & Key, PA), McDonough, William Aubrey Finch, (Forsyth County Solicitor General's Office), Cumming, David Holmes, (Cherokee County District Attorney's Office), Canton, Samuel Richard d'Entremont, (Gwinnett County District Attorney's Office), Lawrenceville, for Neutral Amicus. Patricia B. Attaway Burton, Ross Warren Bergethon, David Scott McLaughlin, Paula Khristian Smith, Andrew Alan Pinson, Christopher M. Carr, Jameson B. Bilsborrow, (Department Of Law), Atlanta, for Amicus Appellee. Gilbert Alexander Crosby, Peter J. Skandalakis, Robert Wright Smith, Jr., (Prosecuting Attorney's Council of Georgia), Morrow, for Neutral Amicus.

    Case Number: S18A1204

    Under Georgia Constitution, Motorist's Invocation of Right to Refuse Blood Alcohol Test Could Not Be Admitted Against Her at Trial

  • Supreme Court Brief

    This 8-Page Cert Petition Caught the Justices' Eyes | Clarence Thomas's Many Doubts | Meet the Last Supreme Court 'Crier'

    March 06, 2019

    Meet the Pennsylvania lawyer who won a cert grant from an eight-page petition. Plus, 95-year-old George Hutchinson is the Supreme Court's last "crier," and he's got a few stories to tell. Thanks for reading Supreme Court Brief.

  • The Legal Intelligencer

    Public Surveillance and Your Legal Right to Privacy

    February 28, 2019

    In George Orwell's "1984," the citizens could at least see the screen that was watching them. Not so today. Surveillance is often ubiquitous—and because it may encompass public spaces, it is unknown to the casual observer.

  • Supreme Court Brief

    Middle Road to Constitutional 'Peace Cross'? | What Comes After 'First Mondays'? | DOJ's 'Auer' Brief & More

    February 27, 2019

    Walter Dellinger and Marty Lederman offer the justices a middle way to resolve church-state questions anchored in a memorial cross on public land in Maryland. Plus: the popular podcast First Mondays pulls the plug. Thanks for reading Supreme Court Brief!