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Bryan Merryman

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Antitrust/Competition, Commercial Litigation, Power, Technology, Media, Telecommunications

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United States: Dispute resolution

General commercial disputes

Within: General commercial disputes

The team of 'very distinguished' and trial-ready litigators at White & Case LLP are 'smart, practical and committed to finding effective solutions' and 'work together as a unit'. Its attorneys are stationed in key markets around the country and often work in cross-office groups; a team including Glenn Kurtz in New York has been representing Anthem in the widely reported dispute with Cigna stemming from the pair's proposed $54bn merger. Los Angeles-based Bryan Merryman represents the Export-Import Bank of Korea as plaintiff in litigation against ASI Computer Technologies; the bank, along with other plaintiffs, alleges that it was defrauded through a circular transaction scheme involving South Korea's Moneual. Nicole Erb is a star in the Washington DC office, from where she handles multi-jurisdictional disputes; Jaime Bianchi is a key contact in Miami with particular experience in class action suits; and Rachel Jari Feldman is a rising star in New York.

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Securities litigation - defense

Within: Securities litigation - defense

White & Case LLP has securities litigation and regulatory enforcement capability in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Silicon Valley, Miami, Boston and Washington DC, and frequently handles domestic and cross-border matters. Commercial litigation chair Glenn Kurtz in New York leads the practice and, with Douglas Baumstein, he recently acted for a European technology company in a putative class action alleging the company released misleading financial information from a South American subsidiary. Baumstein also represented ReWalk Robotics in two putative class actions relating to the company's IPO. Also recommended in New York are Joshua Berman and Owen Pell, who together handled derivative actions for Aura Investments, and Kim Haviv. Bryan Merryman in Los Angeles and Washington DC-based Christopher Curran also play key roles in the practice.

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