Latham & Watkins has breadth

The National Law Journal


Latham & Watkins' appellate group handles a breadth of cases. One of the biggest last year involved the legal profession — specifically, convincing the U.S. Supreme Court on Jan. 18 that a death row inmate's failure to meet a filing deadline shouldn't be held against him because his attorneys at Sullivan & Cromwell had essentially abandoned his appeal.

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  • Atticus

    No appellate attorney has more skills, a superior temperament, or a better background that Greg Garre. He is always the best prepared, and the smartest in the room, but he remains humble. Cory Maples benefited also from amicus briefs filed by Deborah Demott, Lawrence Fox, Lisa Blatt, Lisa Borden and Wayne Morse.

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