Forgive the tabloid headline. Venable partner J. Douglas Baldridge is actually quite discreet when discussing his famous client. But he spent last week litigating under a blinding media spotlight, with everyone from People Magazine and Inside Edition to The New York Times covering Taylor Swift's six
Big law firms, the ones billing Trump full-freight—can make moral decisions about whom they choose to represent, whose agenda they want to help advance. Their response to the violence in Charlottesville? Crickets...
For all the attention being paid these days to mandatory arbitration of consumer financial disputes, there's another unlikely battleground: roof shingles. Seriously.
Trial was just four months away when a team from Sullivan and Cromwell led by David Tulchin and Thomas White parachuted in to save the day for medical device maker Micro System Engineering Inc.
"I've never seen anything like this in 37 years of practice." That's how Sidley Austin chair Carter Phillips describes the way his client Sprint got off the hook for a $32 million patent infringement judgment last week
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Did a disc jockey fondle Taylor Swift's buttock? Venable partner J. Douglas Baldridge--whose usual caseload involves high-stakes IP, antitrust, First Amendment and real estate fights--is representing the pop superstar in a federal trial in Denver. And it's a circus.
The last thing the world needs is another $1,500-an-hour white collar defense lawyer in New York City—which is why it's so refreshing that Preet Bharara has eschewed the lucrative and predictable embrace of a law firm.
The legal dream team representing Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington took a running leap at the hurdle of standing, filing a hard-hitting brief on Friday evening in their emoluments lawsuit against President Donald Trump.
In late June, I wrote a column headlined "No Pressure Beth—Just $12 Billion on the Line as Containerboard Class Action Gets Closer to Trial." The Wilkinson Walsh + Eskovitz founding partner delivered—big time.