Firm Profile > Williams & Connolly LLP > Washington DC, United States

Williams & Connolly LLP
725 TWELFTH STREET, NW
WASHINGTON, DC 20005
United States

Dispute resolution > Corporate investigations and white-collar criminal defense

Based in Washington DC, clients praise Williams & Connolly LLP as 'a world class white-collar criminal defense firm', and it has carved out a significant reputation for individual representations in matters involving FCPA, anti-kickback statute, AML, securities fraud and criminal antitrust. On the corporate side, the group handles notable government investigations, in addition to assisting clients with internal investigatory issues. The group is co-headed by financial criminal defense specialist David Zinn and Tobin Romero, who has a strong track-record in domestic and cross-border investigations and prosecutions relating to allegations of FCPA violations and bribery. Brendan Sullivan is a doyen of litigation, while Kevin Downey is a go-to practitioner for individual representations, both in investigations and at trial. In October 2019, the group welcomed back Emmet Flood, who had been serving as interim White House Counsel to president Trump and has vast experience in congressional investigations.

Practice head(s):

David Zinn; Tobin Romero

Other key lawyers:

Brendan Sullivan; Kevin Downey; Joseph Petrosinelli; Emmet Flood

Testimonials

Williams & Connolly is a world class white-collar criminal defense firm.’

Key clients

Cardinal Health

MoneyGram International

CVS Health

Dispute resolution > General commercial disputes Tier 1

DC-based Williams & Connolly LLP combines deep expertise in commercial litigation with a strong corresponding regulatory practice. Its elite team has an excellent standing nationwide, attracting complex cases with reputational and industry-wide implications. Its work in opioid litigation is prominent: in Ohio federal court, Enu Mainigi secured a favorable settlement for Cardinal Health on the eve of opening statements. In a major case incorporating work in India and the Philippines, Nicholas Boyle obtained on behalf of CoStar the largest copyright judgment in history for infringement of photographs. Alongside its expertise in more specialized work, the firm also excels in breach of contract disputes, such as Boyle and Robert Van Kirk representing Carlyle in a lawsuit filed in Montana state court totalling over $600m related to a municipal water system. Demonstrating the firm's commitment to training up its younger attorneys, associate Luke McCloud recently presented oral argument before the Fifth Circuit on behalf of Danaher in antitrust litigation against one of its former distributors. Following the departure of Kannon Shanmugam to Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLPLisa Blatt joined from Arnold & Porter in January 2019 to chair the Supreme Court and appellate practice.

Practice head(s):

Dane Butswinkas; Robert Van Kirk

Other key lawyers:

Margaret Keeley; Enu Mainigi; Nicholas Boyle; Sarah Teich; Joseph Terry; Steven Farina; Daniel Katz; Joseph Petrosinelli; Heidi Hubbard

Testimonials

The Williams & Connolly team is relentlessly prepared. Each lawyer is knowledgeable about the case and has a pragmatic point of view directed to a satisfactory resolution. They accomplish this while remaining civil and affable.

Bob Van Kirk is simply the best. He is brilliant but also humble. He is cold-eyed on assessing problems and explores all avenues. When there is war, get Bob.

Key clients

Cardinal Health

The Carlyle Group

CoStar Group

Vapor Technology Association

CVS Health

Intel

HSBC Bank USA

Tenet Healthcare

Wilmington Trust

Danaher

Henry Schein

Galaxy Entertainment Group

First Federal Bank of Kansas City

Lockheed Martin

Bank of America

Dispute resolution > Product liability, mass tort and class action - defense: pharmaceuticals and medical devices Tier 1

Washington DC-based Williams & Connolly LLP is experienced at all stages of the product liability cycle, from trials to appeals, and in all strategic counseling surrounding litigation. The firm represents pharmaceutical companies and device makers as lead or co-lead national counsel in a range of multi-district litigations (MDLs) and mass torts. Expert trial lawyer Heidi Hubbard tries cases in state and federal courts throughout the US. She co-leads the practice with Joseph Petrosinelli, who is ‘one of the best lawyers in the country', particularly in MDLs, coordinated proceedings and class actions. Also notable are Douglas Marvin, who represents companies in mass tort litigation and as national coordinating counsel; and Paul Boehm, who specializes in healthcare and science-related industries.

Practice head(s):

Heidi Hubbard; Joseph Petrosinelli

Other key lawyers:

Douglas Marvin; Paul Boehm; John Joiner

Testimonials

‘Williams and Connelly is one of the best firms in this area’

‘They are smart, careful, and effective before Judges and juries’

‘Joe Petrosinelli is one of the best strategists in the industry and has a great manner with courts and opposing counsel’

‘John Joiner is the best writer with whom I have ever worked and is a pleasure to work with’

Key clients

Pfizer

Hospira

Medtronic

Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.

Stryker Corp.

Takeda Pharmaceutical Company and Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A.

Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

Johnson & Johnson

Cardinal Health

GlaxoSmithKline

Dispute resolution > Appellate: courts of appeals / Appellate: supreme courts (states and federal)

Williams & Connolly LLP’s appellate group is now under the leadership of Lisa Blatt, whose 40 oral arguments make her the most active female litigator in the history of the US Supreme Court. Among her recent highlights, in the BNSF Railway Company v Loos, the US Supreme Court sided with Blatt and the petitioner in interpreting what constitutes taxable “compensation” under the Railroad Retirement Tax Act. The group is also actively involved in shaping the future of IP law – in the current term, it is involved in two cases before the US Supreme Court tackling IP issues. Interestingly, in arguing the case for the respondent in United States Patent and Trademark Office v Booking.com B.V. (assessing whether an enforceable trademark may be registered by adding a generic top-level domain “.com” to a generic term), Blatt also became the first attorney in the Court’s history to represent a client remotely, in light of the current Covid-19 circumstances. In addition, Amy Saharia has had recent strong showings at the Seventh Circuit, among others; she also has a notable pro bono practice focusing on criminal and asylum issues. In February 2019, Sarah Harris joined the group from the US Department of Justice.

Practice head(s):

Lisa Blatt

Other key lawyers:

Key clients

BNSF Railway Co.

Danaher Corporation / Henry Schein

McCarthy & Holthus LLP

British Petroleum

Romag Fasteners

The State of Oklahoma

Intel Corporation

Michigan Senate

Helsinn Healthcare, S.A.

Google

E.F. Transit

Liberty Tax

Dispute resolution > International litigation Tier 2

Based in Washington DC, Williams & Connolly LLP has core strengths in high-profile criminal investigations and related civil litigation, with recent work highlighting the team's capabilities in federal and state courts at trial and appellate levels, as well as its regular appearances before federal agencies. In addition to her admission to the US bar, Ana Reyes is also admitted as a solicitor in the UK. Among her recent highlights, Reyes has been especially standout in the  representation of former Bolivian president Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada and his defense minister; she also has market-leading expertise in asylum law. Reyes co-chairs the international disputes practice with Jonathan Landy, who has had recent strong showings in patent-licensing disputes. Of particular note in the IP space, the team made history by securing the largest-ever photograph copyright infringement judgment, in a case arising out of Xceligent’s international misconduct throughout the US, India and the Philippines. Commercial litigator Nicholas Boyle joined Latham & Watkins LLP in April 2020.

Practice head(s):

Jonathan Landy; Ana Reyes

Other key lawyers:

Peter Khan

Testimonials

The ability of Williams & Connolly to understand foreign clients, and to help them navigate through the maze of the US justice system, is second to none.

Williams & Connolly is exceptional, both in the quality and range of expertise. The attorneys collaborate internally and with the client’s in-house counsel in a seamless, coordinated manner. The best law firm I have ever worked with in terms of its timely and accurate communication with the client.

A team of phenomenal lawyers. Very prepared and with excellent practice.

Peter Kahn and Jon Landy are excellent lawyers. Highly recommended.

Key clients

CoStar Group

The Carlyle Group

Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada / José Carlos Sánchez Berzaín

Galaxy Entertainment Group

Lockheed Martin

Precision Castparts Corp.

Dispute resolution > Securities litigation: defense Tier 2

Williams & Connolly LLP in Washington DC is perhaps best-known for its white-collar practice, which for many years led it to represent individual corporate officers in criminal or SEC enforcement cases and consequent securities litigation. In recent years, however, it has significantly grown its volume of work for large companies in complex stock drop or event-driven securities litigation. Its recent successes for Intel Corporation and Lockheed Martin are prime examples. As it moves into the traditional securities litigation space it is not relying on a transactional practice to feed work to its litigators, but instead wins work on the basis of the ability of its multi-talented litigators to take an objective and independent approach to cases. Robert Van Kirk and Steven Farina lead the practice, in which John Williams is an emerging talent.

Practice head(s):

Robert Van Kirk; Steven Farina

Other key lawyers:

Testimonials

I have the highest regard for the firm and the partners there with whom I have worked, including John Villa, who are excellent substantively and have good practical judgment. I have just the highest of praise for them.

Key clients

Intel Corporation

The Carlyle Group

CVS

Lockheed Martin Corp.

Tenet Healthcare Corporation

HSBC

Medtronic

Misonix, Inc.

Former CEO and the former Chairman of the Board of Immunomedics

Former CFO of Booz Allen Hamilton

Former CEO of Internet Advertising Firm

Founder, Former CEO and Executive Chairman of comScore, Inc.

Wilmington Trust Corporation

Government > Government contracts Tier 3

A 'model of aggressive advocacy' in bid protests and white-collar litigation, Williams & Connolly LLP's government contracts practice is jointly led by Washington DC based duo Kevin Hodges and Edward Reddington. In addition to bid protest and white-collar work, the team also handles FCA and qui tam litigation, and securities disputes. Enu Mainigi is noted for her expertise in complex criminal and civil disputes. Also recommended are senior counsel Terrence O’Donnell and Greg Bowman, who have experience in a wide range of matters, including national security and international dispute resolution. The team was also strengthened by a number of recent additions: Lisa Blatt, who leads the firm's Supreme Court practice, re-joined the firm from Arnold & Porter in 2019, and FCA specialist Sarah Harris joined from the US Department of Justice.

Practice head(s):

Kevin Hodges; Edward Reddington

Other key lawyers:

Testimonials

‘With a formidable combination of intellect, experience, and effectiveness, the Williams & Connolly team is the model of aggressive advocacy.’

Top partners I worked with include Terrence O’Donnell, Ed Reddington, Greg Bowman.’

Key clients

MD Helicopters, Patriarch Partners, and Lynn Tilton

Pfizer

Former CFO of Booz Allen Hamilton

CVS Health Corporation

Intellectual property > Copyright Tier 3

Williams & Connolly LLP's litigation group was recently strengthened by the arrival of Lisa Blatt from Arnold & Porter. Chair of the firm's Supreme Court and appellate practice, Blatt is a respected name at the Supreme Court, where she recently acted for the photographer Lynn Goldsmith in relation to a photo of Prince that Goldstein took, which was used for an illustration by Andy Warhol without proper authorization. The practice group is led by Thomas Hentoff, whose recent highlights include representing Fox, Disney, NBC and CBS in a lawsuit against Locast, which streams TV stations. What may be the team's most impressive case this year, however, was led by Nicholas Boyle, who recently achieved a $500m judgement for real estate information company CoStar in its case against competitor Xceligent concerning its mass infringement of photographs and data. The case involved major infringements in India and the Philippines, and Boyle was thus especially well placed to handle the matter, given his focus on disputes with cross-border elements.

Practice head(s):

Thomas Hentoff

Other key lawyers:

Key clients

CoStar Group

The Walt Disney Company

NBCUniversal

CBS Broadcasting

Fox Broadcasting Company

Universal Instruments Corp.

Recording Industry Association of America

Media, technology and telecoms > Media and entertainment: litigation Tier 3

Washington D.C.-based firm Williams & Connolly LLP focuses primarily on defamation and first amendment work, with a client list including large newspaper publishers, television networks, and individual reporters and presenters. Practice co-chairs Kevin Baine and Thomas Hentoff are both highly experienced in first amendment litigation, while Hentoff also maintains a significant practice in the field of IP litigation. His recent work includes the representation of clients in both copyright and trademark disputes. In one of the firm's most notable recent cases, Baine led a team representing Fox News in a lawsuit brought by Joel and Mary Rich, alleging that stories broadcast by Fox about the plaintiffs' son Seth Rich caused them harm and tortiously interfered in the plaintiff's relationship with a private investigator they had hired. Stephen Fuzesi is also emerging as a notable name within the media team and works alongside Baine in several high-profile defamation cases.

Practice head(s):

Kevin Baine; Thomas Hentoff

Other key lawyers:

Stephen Fuzesi; Gerson Zweifach

Testimonials

Tom Hentoff is an exceptionally good writer who thinks deeply and creatively about the legal issues presented in a given case.

Beyond being very smart and a very strong writer, Tom Hentoff has an excellent manner with clients, both in-house lawyers and journalists who may consult with him directly. He oozes calmness and competence, which is very reassuring for both types of clients.

The litigation group at Williams & Connolly, particularly Tom Hentoff, is very strong. They are excellent brief and letter writers and have a deep background in libel and defamation law. 

Great writers, deep thinkers, hard-charging litigators.

Key clients

Home Box Office (“HBO”) and John Oliver

Washington Post

Cable News Network (CNN), Jeff Zucker, and Chris Cuomo

The Walt Disney Company, NBCUniversal, Fox Broadcasting Company, CBS Broadcasting

Fox News Network, LLC

Cable News Network (CNN) and Washington Post

Fox News Network, LLC

Bloomberg

University of Michigan

Forward Newspaper

Gizmodo Media Group, LLC and Univision Communications Inc.

Recording Industry Association of America

Lynn Goldsmith

Antitrust > Civil litigation/class actions: defense Tier 4

Williams & Connolly LLP fields an antitrust litigation team based entirely in Washington DC, putting a core focus on defense in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sector. John Schmidtlein and Jonathan Pitt share team head duties, with the former representing corporations as well as individual executives on both sides of the fence and the latter specializing in monopoly, monopsony and price-fixing claims. With additional know-how of food and drug law, Benjamin Greenblum's personal practice revolves largely around the team's strong suit in the pharmaceutical space. Representation often includes collaboration with the firm's neighboring departments, for instance the healthcare fraud team.

Practice head(s):

John Schmidtlein; Jonathan Pitt

Other key lawyers:

Testimonials

‘Experienced, pragmatic, business focused, strategic, deep bench.’

‘John Schmidtlein is an excellent strategist and litigator.’

‘Jonathan Pitt displays client focus, is strategic and knowledgeable.’

‘Super-smart, creative and focused.’

‘Heidi Hubbard is excellent at simplifying complex subjects.’  

‘Ben Greenblum is a super-smart, creative thinker and exceptional writer.’

‘John Schmidtlein is an effective manager of complex joint defense groups.’

Key clients

CVS Health Corp.

CVS Health Corp. and Wellpartner, LLC

Celgene Corp.

Danaher Corporation

Bank of America, Merrill Lynch Fenner Pierce & Smith

Par Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Endo Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Eli Lilly & Company

CoStar Group, Inc.

Hospira/Pfizer Inc.

Par Pharmaceuticals and Paddock Holdings LLC

Dispute resolution > Financial services litigation Tier 4

Based in Washington DC, Williams & Connolly LLP's litigation-focused team represent clients in a broad array of disputes and civil and criminal investigations brought by the DOJ, CFPB, FDIC and the Federal Reserve, among other industry regulators. John Villa is well-regarded for his track record of defending law firms in legal malpractice cases, which is complemented by his expertise in securities litigation. 'Outstanding attorney and strategic thinker' Ryan Scarborough is a key contact for community bank directors and officers involved in FDIC claims  arising from the financial crash; he is also well known for representing large financial institutions in enforcement proceedings. Dane Butswinkas has defended financial institutions in cases ranging from financial product litigation to hedge fund activity to bond and mortgage market cases. Junior partner Beth Stewart specializes in securities litigation and enforcement actions, and is also has experience in professional liability suits. Partners Lisa Blatt and Sarah Harris joined the firm in January 2019 from Arnold & Porter and the Department of Justice, respectively.

Practice head(s):

Dane Butswinkas; John Villa

Testimonials

‘Williams & Connolly is an excellent litigation firm, both in terms of defending their clients, but also helping clients avoid costly litigation.’

‘The firm has very high academic standards in their hiring practices and do a great job of exposing newer attorneys to important assignments in order to gain valuable experience early in their careers, all the while being mentored by very experienced, senior partners.’

‘Ryan Scarborough is one of the most intelligent, articulate, competitive and experienced attorneys I have ever had the pleasure of working with.’ 

Key clients

First Federal Bank of Kansas City

The Carlyle Group

Bank of America

HSBC Bank USA

Galaxy Entertainment Group

Primary Residential Mortgage

TCF National Bank

Intellectual property > Patents: litigation (full coverage) Tier 4

Williams & Connolly LLP, based in Washington DC, impresses with the range of its expertise, fielding a highly successful pharmaceutical and biotech caseload in addition to a powerful hi-tech and software practice. Hatch-Waxman litigation, licensing disputes, patent and trade secret litigation, often for medical device manufacturers, are all visible in the caseload. The group possesses the necessary PTAB experience to act in disputes involving parallel district court and PTAB proceedings, primarily IPRs and covered business method reviews. Big domestic clients and international players alike rely on the team's legal and technical strengths, attracted by the group's reputation as a safe pair of hands for patent litigation and the firm's deep bench of practitioners with science and engineering backgrounds. The team also has experience in assisting law firms in disputes regarding professional responsibility claims arisen from patent litigation or prosecution work. Lisa Blatt joined from Arnold & Porter and heads the firm's appellate and Supreme Court practice. Sarah Harris joined from the US Department of Justice, further bolstering the group's appellate and Supreme Court practice.

Other key lawyers:

Thomas Selby; Bruce Genderson; David Berl; Paul Gaffney; Jessamyn Berniker; Adam Harber; David Krinsky

Testimonials

The team I worked with at Williams & Connolly brought a focused and detail-oriented approach to our representation. I felt that their advocacy was consistently much better than that of our adversary – which (obviously) put us at a big advantage. Williams & Connolly thinks around the corners, and is aggressive in an intelligent, strategic way. I appreciate that the partners are supportive of development opportunities for their associates. Their written work product is top-notch. They were also great partners and really took the time to listen to and absorb feedback. I truly enjoy working with them.

Thomas Selby is a great lead partner. He is warm and inclusive, and maintains good relationships with everyone (court reporters, opposing counsel, his associates, and his clients).  He’s very sharp and excellent in depositions and other situations that require quick thinking.

Adam Harber is incredibly hard-working, super sharp, and can absorb and hold very tricky, nuanced, technical information without getting lost in the weeds – rather, he keeps the litigation strategy mindset top of mind at all times, and uses the technical information to serve that strategy. He’s also an excellent oral advocate – clearly articulating the important points, nimbly and succinctly responding to arguments from the bench and opposing counsel.

David Krinsky can speak English as well as Engineering and helped to translate the technical details into persuasive arguments.  Like the rest of the team, David is also a delightful person who I enjoyed spending time with on a personal level.  He is also a great (and funny) writer.

Key clients

Eli Lilly & Co.

Dropbox, Inc.

Bayer

Samsung

ION Geophysical Corp.

Genentec

Teva Pharmaceuticals International GmbH

Google (and subsidiary YouTube)

AstraZeneca

Acer, ASUS

Anacor Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Pfizer subsidiary)

Pfizer

LEO Pharma

Nektar Therapeutics

bioMerieux

Hoffmann-La Roche AG

Dispute resolution > Leading trial lawyers Tier 5

Industry focus > Healthcare: advice to service providers Tier 5

Williams & Connolly LLP’s Washington DC-based healthcare practice focuses on litigation and government investigations. The team has handled matters such as false billing and reporting, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, chargebacks, kickback issues, and consumer class actions. Clients include pharmaceutical companies and medical device makers, hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, private medicals practices, and medical professional associations. Enu Mainigi co-chairs the practice with Jennifer Wicht and Holly Conley.

Practice head(s):

Enu Mainigi; Jennifer Wicht; Holly Conley

Other key lawyers:

Grant Geyerman

Key clients

Cardinal Health

Aetna

CVS Health

Express Scripts Holding Company; Medco Health Solutions

Medtronic

CVS Health and Wellpartner

Williams & Connolly is widely recognized as one of the nation’s premier litigation firms.  Its lawyers routinely handle significant and complex civil, criminal, and administrative cases across the United States and around the globe.  Williams & Connolly maintains a strong tradition of hiring the best and brightest and training and promoting its lawyers from within, producing a closely knit community of attorneys who work collaboratively to achieve successful outcomes for their clients.

Williams & Connolly was founded in 1967 by legendary trial lawyer Edward Bennett Williams.  The firm represents corporations (large and small), governments, and individuals in a wide range of litigation, investigation, and arbitration matters.  Its robust intellectual property practice, for example, successfully represents clients in patent litigation matters worth billions of dollars.  In the healthcare and consumer industries, the firm serves as national coordinating, trial, and/or resolution counsel for major pharmaceutical, medical device, pharmacy, technology, and consumer products companies in mass torts, multi-district litigation, and class actions.  It litigates cross-border commercial and other disputes in wide-ranging international litigation and arbitration.  The firm has handled many of the most complex corporate, financial, and securities disputes stemming from the global financial crisis.  It represents companies and individuals in government investigations and prosecutions of all types, including allegations of fraud, corruption, and FCPA violations.  And firm lawyers regularly appear before the U.S. Supreme Court and state and federal courts of appeals.

Williams & Connolly’s corporate clients include major global companies from virtually every sector, including Pfizer, Samsung, Sprint, Intel, Bank of America, Google, The Carlyle Group, Medtronic, AstraZeneca, Genentech, Eli Lilly, News Corp/21st Century Fox, and HSBC.  In addition, the firm has represented numerous law and accounting firms in professional liability and other matters, one reason why The Washington Post has recognized Williams & Connolly as the firm that other professional firms “turn to when they’re in trouble.

Williams & Connolly is known for its ability to take cases to trial, as well as the deep bench of lawyers at the firm who have tried civil and criminal matters in courts across the country and internationally.  Its distinctive approach to litigation has earned the firm top marks from leading publications and ranking services, such as Legal 500, Chambers, The National Law Journal, The American Lawyer, and Benchmark Litigation, both for overall litigation prowess as well as for many practice- or industry-specific types of litigation.  Williams & Connolly also is known as an excellent and collaborative training ground for young litigators, providing clients with the highest-quality representation at every level of seniority and with a cohesive team always working to advance their clients’ interests.  In 2020, for the third year in a row, Vault ranked Williams & Connolly as the “Most Selective Law Firm” in the country.

Williams & Connolly hires the top graduates from the best law schools, and fosters a culture that complements its focus on excellence – persistence, immersion in its clients’ businesses and industries, and a commitment to delivering the very best value to its clients.

Department Name Email Telephone
Accountant liability Steven Farina
Accountant liability Kathrine Turner
Antitrust John Schmidtlein
Antitrust Jonathan Pitt
Bankruptcy litigation Ellen Oberwetter
Class action Edward Barnidge
Commercial litigation Dane Butswinkas
Commercial litigation Robert Van Kirk
Employment litigation and counseling Deneen Howell
Employment litigation and counseling Elaine Horn
Environmental Robert Shaughnessy
ERISA and plan benefits Meg Keeley
ERISA and plan benefits Vidya Mirmira
False claims act/qui tam Enu Mainigi
False claims act/qui tam Jennifer Wicht
Financial services and banking Dane Butswinkas
Financial services and banking John Villa
First amendment and media Kevin Baine
First amendment and media Thomas Hentoff
First amendment and media Joe Terry
First amendment and media Steve Fuzesi
Food, beverage and pet David Forkner
Government contracts Kevin Hodges
Government contracts Edward Reddington
Health care Enu Mainigi
Health care Jennifer Wicht
Insurance disputes Kenneth Brown
Insurance disputes William Ashworth
International disputes Jonathan Landy
International disputes Ana Reyes
Law firm defense Robert Cary
Law firm defense Meg Keeley
Patent litigation Jessamyn Berniker|
Patent litigation David Berl
Products liability Heidi Hubbard
Products liability Joseph Petrosinelli
Real estate William Burke
Real estate Kenneth Smurzynski
Securities enforcement and litigation Steven Farina
Securities enforcement and litigation Robert Van Kirk
Supreme court and appellate litigation Lisa Blatt
Trademark and copyright Thomas Hentoff
Trademark and copyright Robert Shaughnessy
Transactions and business counseling Deneen Howell
Transactions and business counseling Michael O'Connor
Unfair competition, trade secrets and restrictive covenants Daniel Shanahan
Unfair competition, trade secrets and restrictive covenants C. Bryan Wilson
White-collar criminal and government investigations/FCPA Toby Romero
White-collar criminal and government investigations/FCPA David Zinn
Number of Lawyers : 302
Managing Partner : R. Hackney Wiegmann