Doing well with what comes down the pike

Kellogg Huber turns its size into an asset, eschewing the trapping of a large firm but attracting large cases.

, The National Law Journal


David Frederick describes himself and his colleagues at Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd, Evans & Figel as "pike lawyers," a term he first heard from a venerable local practitioner, Jacob Stein. "We take whatever comes down the pike," Frederick said. In recent years, more and more clients have been coming down the pike to see Frederick and his colleagues for appellate help, especially at the U.S. Supreme Court level.

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