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

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

General commercial disputes Tier 1

Based in Washington DC, Williams & Connolly LLP acts for clients in their most critical disputes, showing particular expertise in litigation involving financial institutions and pharmaceutical companies. Noted for his a strong track record in trials and arbitration proceedings, Dane Butswinkas is frequently involved in antitrust-related disputes, securities law cases and product liability matters. Fellow practice head Robert Van Kirk has a remarkable track record in a wide range of white-collar crime disputes. Recently, Van Kirk prevailed in the long-running defense of The Carlyle Group against numerous liquidators' claims relating to the collapse of the company. Trial lawyer Enu Mainigi specializes in representing financial institutions and healthcare companies in complex disputes, including FCA-related litigation and investigations. Among the firm's junior ranks, associate Luke McCloud stands out for his role in complex civil disputes and patent litigation, in addition to his notable experience in appeals up to the level of the US Supreme Court.

Practice head(s):

Dane Butswinkas; Robert Van Kirk

Other key lawyers:

Enu Mainigi; Luke McCloud

Key clients

Galaxy Entertainment Group

AstraZeneca

Booking.com

Google

Bank of America

Cardinal Health

The Carlyle Group LP

Hospira/Pfizer

Sprint

Lockheed Martin Corporation

The Carlyle Group, Inc./Former Directors of Authentix, Inc.

Brown University

Danaher Corp. and Envista Holdings Corp.

United Therapeutics

Progrexion Holdings, Inc.

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

The practice at Williams & Connolly LLP is exceptionally diverse, expertly equipped to handle every aspect and stage of a case. The firm is sought out  by leading pharmaceutical and medical device companies, it represents its clients as national strategic, trial, and appellate counsel as well as in a legal strategy/motions role. The firm is particularly active in federal or state MDLs and plays a key role in many of the most high-profile and complex product liability litigation currently facing companies in this space. Recent wins include achieving a dismissal of an MDL in litigation surrounding Viagra and an appellate victory upholding a defense verdict in an MDL related to the Mirena litigation. Acclaimed trial lawyer Heidi Hubbard leads the practice together with Joseph Petrosinelli, who is praised for his ‘strategic judgement’. Senior counsel Douglas Marvin is a name of  renown in the defense of pharmaceutical companies. All named individuals are based in Washington DC.

Practice head(s):

Heidi Hubbard; Joseph Petrosinelli

Other key lawyers:

Neelum J. Wadhwani; Paul Boehm; Douglas Marvin

Testimonials

‘Williams & Connolly is unique in its ability to lead national litigations while working well with lawyers from other firms and being able to try cases.’

‘Joe Petrosinelli is probably the best lawyer I know at negotiating discovery issues in a way that avoids disputes without hurting the strategic position of his clients. His strategic judgment about where to litigate and where to agree is unparalleled. He’s also a genuinely good guy that people really enjoy working with.’

‘Outstanding trial lawyers–not just litigators–who prepare every case as though it’s going to trial, but without a boil the ocean approach. They leanly staff their cases. Pre-covid, we’d show up to a hearing and see our co-counsel across the table with more than double the number of lawyers. Their rates are less than NY firms but their results, which speak for themselves, are better than some of those firms (which we have used). They don’t compromise on quality and they’re not leveraged like so many of the mega-firms these days who need to sustain their business model by throwing a mass of associates on a case.’

‘The firm has been quite flexible with us on alternate fee arrangements, including flat fees under an MOU with a collar, capped fees, etc. They also avoid the nickel and dime approach that many of their peer firms employ; they offer tons of CLE and other training to both our lawyers and the business without cost, and the relationship partner often gives me free legal advice. It feels like a real partnership. They installed a chief diversity partner (Malachi Jones) whose sole job is to promote, retain, and sponsor diverse attorneys within the firm. He bills no hours but is an equity partner (the only partners they have). The firm has made it clear that this is a key priority for them-as it is for our company-and they’ve made strides in the last year alone.’

Key clients

Pfizer Inc.

GlaxoSmithKline LLC

Medtronic plc

Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.

Stryker Corp.

Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited and Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A., Inc.

Cardinal Health Inc.

Johnson & Johnson

Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Inc.

International litigation Tier 2

Washington DC-based Williams & Connolly LLP's international disputes team is particularly well known for representing sovereigns. Among its core strengths, the team stands out in procurement disputes, foreign sovereign immunity and the enforcement of foreign judgments. It also acts for a range of international companies and has a strong reputation in cases involving complex regulatory issues, including those relating to fraud and corruption, financial services and securities regulation, environmental regulation and taxation. Jointly led by Jonathan Landy and Ana Reyes, the single office team works has the freedom to work with a network of firms in other jurisdictions to handle all aspects of multi-jurisdictional disputes.

Practice head(s):

Jonathan Landy; Ana Reyes

Key clients

Former Bolivian President Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada and Minister of Defense José Carlos Sánchez Berzaín

The Carlyle Group

Kingdom of Spain

Pfizer, Inc.

Galaxy Entertainment Group

Multiple Asylum Seekers

Lockheed Martin

Precision Castparts Corp.

Media and entertainment: litigation Tier 2

Williams & Connolly LLP has been the point of contact for The Washington Post in several privacy and defamation lawsuits, including a claim brought by Donald Trump’s re-election campaign regarding the President’s alleged collusion with Russia. Thomas Hentoff, one of three practice co-heads, has been representing The Post on these cases. In addition to defamation and press freedom disputes, Hentoff is also skilled in trademark and copyright law. Joint practice head Joseph Terry has a similar focus on defamation lawsuits, and has been focusing on defamation issues arising from televised news, coverage of protests, factual reporting and privacy issues. Also in the practice leadership is Stephen Fuzesi, who also has deep expertise in defamation matters, and has represented key clients including CNN and The Washington Post.

Practice head(s):

Thomas Hentoff; Joseph Terry; Stephen Fuzesi

Key clients

Washington Post

Cable News Network (CNN)

Google

Walt Disney Company

Fox News Network

Lynn Goldsmith

Recording Industry Association of America

Patents: litigation (full coverage) Tier 2

Williams & Connolly LLP has an outstanding reputation and impresses with its ability to continuosly attract and win high-stakes patent disputes, especially in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device sectors, but also software-related litigation. High-profile Hatch-Waxman litigation is an area of particular strength, but the practice excels across the board, including in disputes arising from licensing agreements and trade secret issues. Led by David Berl and Jessamyn Berniker, the team acts for plaintiffs and defendants in district courts across the US, at the PTAB and the Federal Circuit, all from the Washington DC office. Andrew Trask is particularly active in appeal matters. Adam Perlman joined Latham & Watkins LLP in January 2020. Kevin Hardy left for Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP the following April.

Practice head(s):

David Berl; Jessamyn Berniker

Other key lawyers:

Thomas Selby; Bruce Genderson; Christopher Mandernach; Stanley Fisher; Aaron Maurer; Adam Harber; David Krinsky; Andrew Trask

Key clients

Google

Teva Pharmaceuticals International GmbH

Dropbox, Inc.

AstraZeneca

ION Geophysical Corporation

Genentech, Inc.

Bayer AG

Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.

Pfizer Inc.

RedHill Biopharma

Hoffman-LaRoche Inc.

Nektar Therapeutics

Daiichi Sankyo

Leo Pharma

Ionis Pharmaceuticals

Securities litigation: defense Tier 2

Based in Washington DC, the team at Williams & Connolly LLP is ‘fully seeped in the law and always deeply prepared on the facts'. The firm leverages the experience of its trial and appellate advocates, coupled with in-depth knowledge of securities laws, to handle litigation and enforcement matters for leading companies, among them Intel, The Carlyle Group and AstraZeneca. Steven Farina and the 'brilliant, practical and efficientRobert Van Kirk are the lead partners. Of recent note, Van Kirk worked with emerging talent John Williams to defend hospital and ambulatory services provider Tenet Healthcare Corporation in a $600m shareholder derivative suit arising from its resolution of a False Claims Act investigation. Farina and up-and-coming partner Amanda MacDonald are defending AmTrust Financial Services in a securities fraud class action alleging the company made a series of misstatements about its finances dating back to 2012.

Practice head(s):

Steven Farina; Robert Van Kirk

Other key lawyers:

Amanda MacDonald; John Williams

Testimonials

‘This team is the best – fully seeped in the law and always deeply prepared on the facts. Couple that with being user friendly and plain spoken. Couldn’t ask for better advocates.’

‘Bob Van Kirk sets the standard for outside counsel. Brilliant, practical and efficient. The only problem is that there is only one of him.’

Key clients

CVS Health

Tenet Healthcare Corporation

AmTrust Financial Services

AstraZeneca

The Carlyle Group, Inc., various affiliated entities, and the former directors of Authentix, Inc

HSBC Bank USA

The Carlyle Group, Inc.

Lockheed Martin

Intel Corporation

Travis Kalanick

The Former CEO and the former Chairman of the Board of Immunomedics

Former CEO of Booz Allen

Jason Sugarman

Entrepreneur and Co-Founder of ZocDoc

Civil litigation/class actions: defense Tier 3

Williams & Connolly LLP is 'very knowledgeable about antitrust law in general and the pharmaceutical industry in particular’, but has also inroads in the hi-tech industry. It represents Google in the DOJ’s landmark enforcement action accusing the company of maintaining an illegal monopoly over internet search and search advertising. Based exclusively out of the firm’s Washington DC office, the group—which is jointly headed up by John Schmidtlein and Jonathan Pitt—excels in ‘reverse payments and other issues at the intersection of antitrust and patent law’. ‘Particularly knowledgeable about the pharmaceutical industry’, Benjamin Greenblum focuses on matters at the intersection of antitrust and IP law.

Practice head(s):

John Schmidtlein; Jonathan Pitt

Other key lawyers:

Benjamin Greenblum

Testimonials

‘Deep pharmaceutical industry knowledge and experience with reverse payments and other issues at the intersection of antitrust and patent law.’

‘Williams and Connolly’s antitrust practice is at the top of the class. The partners are superb, not only in the courtroom but also create exceptional written work product. They are very knowledgeable about antitrust law in general and the pharmaceutical industry in particular. They are also very accessible to their clients and always provide sound and strategic counseling.’

‘John Schmidtlein and Ben Greenblum are excellent trial lawyers and legal writers, and consistently craft persuasive legal briefs. Ben Greenblum in particular is particularly knowledgeable about the pharmaceutical industry. Both are also very accessible to their clients and always provide sound and strategic counseling.’

Key clients

Google

United Therapeutics Corporation

Jazz Pharmaceuticals

CVS Health Corp. and Wellpartner, LLC

Par Pharmaceutical

Celgene Corporation

Bank of America

Eli Lilly & Company

Endo Pharmaceuticals

Copyright Tier 3

Williams & Connolly LLP is known for its extensive litigation and counseling work on behalf of copyright holders, including anti-piracy suits, re-transmission of broadcast television, and infringement claims for motion picture scripts and photographs. Its copyright litigation practice is strongly linked to and integrated into its general commercial litigation practice. In Washington DC, co-chair Thomas Hentoff focuses on IP disputes, complex civil litigation at both trial and appellate levels, and First Amendment and media law. Co-chair Robert Shaughnessy handles a variety of civil litigation, including copyright and trademark matters and product liability. Lisa Blatt is highly regarded for her IP litigation work in front of the Supreme Court. Nicholas Boyle left for Latham & Watkins LLP in April 2020.

Practice head(s):

Thomas Hentoff; Robert Shaughnessy

Other key lawyers:

Lisa Blatt

Key clients

CoStar Group, Inc.

Walt Disney Company

Fox Broadcasting Company

NBCUniversal

Comcast Corporation

CBS Corporation

Univision Communications

Lynn Goldsmith

Recording Industry Association of America

Financial services litigation Tier 4

Williams & Connolly LLP acts for banks, investment funds, and mortgage units in litigation and enforcement actions by the CFPB, FDIC, OCC and SEC. The practice has a particularly strong relationship with Bank of America (BoA); Enu Mainigi's recent work for the company includes defending against a class action related to its administration of loans under the Payroll Protection Program. The team is also handling a lawsuit brought by the County of Maui, alleging that BoA failed to fulfil a pledge made to loan money to Native Hawaiians to purchase land in their traditional homelands. Ryan Scarborough stands out for his enforcement work, while John Villa is active in defending banks and bank executives at trial.

Practice head(s):

Dane Butswinkas; John Villa

Other key lawyers:

Enu Mainigi; Ryan Scarborough; Beth Stewart

Testimonials

‘Incredible litigators, both on their feet in a courtroom and in the strategy and storytelling they bring to bear. This is my go-to firm for bet-the-company litigation. They also staff leanly and efficiently and their rates are very reasonable for what they offer.’

‘Enu Maignini and John Villa are who you want thinking and talking on your behalf before a judge or jury. Ryan Scarborough is the partner you want thinking about and running your most challenging cases on a day-to-day basis.’

‘The teams depth of understanding of not only the current operating environment but their historical knowledge brought real value to us as a mutually owned savings and loan.’

‘Every team member we worked with was not only prepared but overly prepared. I have not gone into a court room feeling more confident before. In the court room Adrienne VanWinkle was a force to be reckoned with. It was obvious she had prepared for each and every objection. In one word thorough. Ryan Scarborough instilled confidence in us and our position from day one while outlining the risks of each step. Throughout all our engagement I felt well informed and confident in our position and argument. Even if we had not prevailed I cannot think of anything more the team at W&C could have done to either prepare us or themselves. At the end of the day I felt valued as a client.’

‘My primary contact has been Ryan Scarborough. He is an excellent lawyer and has assembled a very strong team to support his practice.’

Key clients

Bank of America

The Carlyle Group, Inc.

Fifth Third Bank

Galaxy Entertainment Group

Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc.

Government contracts Tier 4

Drawing on the firm's experience in high-profile litigation and sensitive investigations, Williams & Connolly LLP's focus in this area lies in contract-related disputes and False Claims Act matters. The Washington DC-based federal programs and government contracts practice is sought after by healthcare companies facing litigation and government investigations. It also acts for aerospace and defense contractors in internal investigations and FCA suits. Litigator Kevin Hodges oversees the practice with Edward Reddington, who has a strong track record in litigation before state and federal courts, both at trial and appellate levels. Greg Bowman is also recommended for litigation involving government contracts.

Practice head(s):

Kevin Hodges; Edward Reddington

Other key lawyers:

Greg Bowman; Christopher Mandernach; Enu Mainigi

Testimonials

‘There is no better litigation firm in the United States, in my view. The W&C team is outstanding across the board. They are not only zealous advocates, but incredibly smart and creative with defining an overall litigation strategy. ’

‘Greg Bowman is among the most able lawyers I have ever encountered. He works tirelessly on formulating a strategy and always welcome the client view and perspective. His approach is well balanced and his focus on achieving the “right” outcome under the particular circumstances of any individual case differentiates him from many others in the profession. ’

‘Several members of the team have a military background, which can be particularly useful for defense contractors. ’

‘Chris Mandernach is exceptionally responsive and tuned in to our needs. ’

Key clients

Lynn Tilton

Cardinal Health

Former CFO of Booz Allen Hamilton

Leading trial lawyers Tier 4

Dane Butswinkas - Williams & Connolly LLP Based in Washington DC, Dane Butswinkas displays great versatility as a trial lawyer, handling cases in various sectors, including pharmaceuticals, technology and media and entertainment. Recently, he secured a complete bench trial victory in Delaware for AstraZenca, brought by a company seeking $275m in milestone payments allegedly owed from the merger of the two companies several years prior.

Trade secrets (litigation and non-contentious matters) Tier 4

Specializing in unfair competition lawsuits and related claims, Williams & Connolly LLP's diverse experience includes handling allegations of misappropriation, breaches of non-competition, non-solicitation and restrictive covenants, and the misuse and infringement of IP. The firm represents clients before state and federal courts, as well as arbitration panels, notably the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the American Arbitration Association, the International Centre for Dispute Resolution and JAMS (Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Services). Key names are Daniel Shanahan, who focuses on complex civil and criminal litigation, and C. Bryan Wilson, who handles commercial matters across the US for plaintiffs and defendants; they jointly lead the firm’s unfair competition, trade secrets, and restrictive covenants practice group from Washington DC.

Practice head(s):

Daniel Shanahan; C. Bryan Wilson

Other key lawyers:

David Riskin; Tom Hentoff

Testimonials

‘Superb strategic thinking and writing skills, dogged and persistent pursuit of claims, creative thinkers. Very much in the top litigators nationwide.’

‘Tom Hentoff. He exemplifies all of the attributes noted — strategic thinker, excellent writer, great communicator, persistent litigator.’

Key clients

Mars, Incorporated

Precision Castparts Corp.

Appian Corporation

Genscape, Inc.

CoStar Group

Healthcare: service providers Tier 5

Williams & Connolly LLP is best known in the healthcare market for its expertise in government investigations, as well as in commercial and agency litigation. Highlights during the review period have included serving as lead counsel for Cardinal Health in opioid-related trials, and defending CVS in a jury trial for alleged Medicaid fraud. Based in Washington DC, the practice is jointly headed by Enu Mainigi, who focuses on healthcare fraud, False Claims Act cases and qui tam litigation; and Jennifer Wicht, who specializes in criminal defense and government investigations.

Practice head(s):

Enu Mainigi; Jennifer Wicht

Other key lawyers:

Holly Conley; Grant Geyerman

Key clients

Cardinal Health

CVS Health/Omnicare

Medtronic plc

CVS Health Corp. and Wellpartner, LLC

CVS Caremark

CVS Health Corporation/Aetna

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

Williams & Connolly LLP has carved out a reputation nationwide for bringing ‘a unique blend of talent, tenacity and creativity to every case’. Practice chair Lisa Blatt is among the most influential appellate attorneys in the country, especially at the US Supreme Court level, where her track record includes scoring victories in nearly all of the 41 oral arguments she has presented. In the face of the Covid-19 pandemic, the practice showed remarkable flexibility in representing its clients: in United States Patent & Trademark Office v Booking.com, a team led by Blatt and second-chaired by Sarah Harris not only became the first group to adjust to the Supreme Court’s procedural changes and argue a case remotely, it also scored an 8-1 win for the respondent. In addition to its magnificent SCOTUS practice, the group is also very active in the federal courts of appeal, with recent standout appearances at the Second and the Seventh Circuits, among others. 'Brilliant attorney' Amy Saharia is also a key figure in the team; she recently achieved a victory for Medtronic in a Fifth Circuit design defect case.

Practice head(s):

Lisa Blatt

Other key lawyers:

Amy Saharia; Sarah Harris; Luke McCloud

Testimonials

‘The appellate team at Williams & Connolly is the best in the nation. Overall, the appellate group boldly delivers results in high-stake environments, often involving bet-the-company litigation.’

‘They bring a unique blend of talent, tenacity and creativity to every case they handle, in the relentless pursuit of the best possible outcomes for their clients.’

‘Amy Saharia is a brilliant attorney and she handles a broad spectrum of complex litigation and appellate matters, which provides her with a unique perspective, the will to win, and a commitment to excellence, which taken together provide the way to win.’

‘Stakes are always high in appellate litigation whether you are trying to overturn an adverse decision or defend a victory, you want the best on your side and that is Williams and Connolly.’

Key clients

Booking.com

Romag Fasteners, Inc.

Atlantic Richfield Co.

Manfredo Salinas

Willie Carr and Kim Minor

GlaxoSmithKline LLC

Eli Lilly

Corporate investigations and white-collar criminal defense

Washington DC-based Williams & Connolly LLP handles a wide variety of matters for public and private companies, senior corporate executives and board members. The group is deeply experienced in FCPA matters, the anti-kickback statute, anti-money laundering, securities fraud, and criminal antitrust law. David Zinn co-chairs the practice and is recommended for his experience in investigations initiated by regulatory authorities, including the SEC, CFTC and various foreign agencies. Joint practice head Tobin Romero acts as lead defense counsel for multinational corporations and corporate executives in cases involving bribery, tax, corruption and environmental issues. Also recommended are Kevin Downey and senior statesman Brendan Sullivan, who has 50 years’ litigation experience.

Practice head(s):

David Zinn; Tobin Romero

Other key lawyers:

Brendan Sullivan; Kevin Downey; Joseph Petrosinelli; Emmet Flood

Testimonials

‘The lawyers are best I’ve ever worked with. The team was always well prepared’.     

‘Williams & Connolly has a deep bench of top-notch litigators and trial attorneys’. 

‘They fight for their clients in ways unmatched by other firms’. 

‘They are one of the premier litigation and trial practices in the country’.                 

‘Joseph Petrosinelli is a phenomenal strategist, with broad and diverse experience across industries and practice disciplines’.

‘Tobin Romero is a fierce trial lawyer and a relentless advocate’.

‘Their lawyers are creative, aggressive and unrelenting’. 

Key clients

Cardinal Health

Jason Sugarman

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