Courtly litigator builds a reputation

The National Law Journal

The court ruled on March 4 for David C. Frederick in Wyeth v. Levine. The win was the latest confirmation that Frederick, a partner at the low-profile Washington firm of Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd, Evans & Figel, had arrived in the top tier of Supreme Court advocates. In 26 high court oral arguments during a 13-year period, first at the solicitor general's office and then at Kellogg Huber, his stature has only grown.

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