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Baker Botts L.L.P.
2001 ROSS AVENUE
DALLAS, TEXAS 75201-2980
TEXAS
United States

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United States > Dispute resolution > M&A litigation: defense

Baker Botts L.L.P. has ‘team of highly motivated and intelligent lawyers who epitomize effective advocacy‘. The firm’s roots are in energy and technology, in which its sector-specific knowledge is highly regarded, though it also handles deal-related litigation in the financial services, healthcare and consumer products industries. Global co-chairs of litigation Danny David in Houston and Bridget Moore in Washington DC, along with co-chairs of securities litigation Jessica Pulliam in Dallas and Amy Pharr Hefley in Houston are the standout practitioners. David, who ‘has the unique ability to communicate the issues in a practical, not overly technical legal way‘, acted for Naphtha Israel Petroleum Corporation Ltd. in a class action arising from its acquisition of Isramco, Inc., a going-private transaction that closed in November 2019.

United States > Dispute resolution > Securities litigation: defense

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Jessica PulliamBaker Botts L.L.P.

Baker Botts L.L.P.‘ ‘incredibly fast and responsive’ team is best known for its work in the energy sector, the firm continues to expand the scope of its securities litigation practice to other key industries, including financial services. Danny David in Houston and Bridget Moore in Washington DC lead the global litigation department, while Houston-based Amy Pharr Hefley co-chairs the securities litigation group with Jessica Pulliam , praised as  ‘the leading securities lawyer in the Dallas Fort Worth market’. Another standout partner is David Sterling in Houston, who worked with Hefley as lead counsel for Chicago Bridge & Iron Company in a securities class action alleging that the company made misrepresentations about its accounting for a $3bn acquisition of The Shaw Group in 2013, its accounting for two nuclear projects being constructed by Shaw in South Carolina and Georgia, and its financial reporting and public statements with respect to those projects.