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Mayer Brown In The News - Archive
 
HTML DocumentJustices Appear Torn Over Drug Labeling Case
Andrew Tauber predicts a narrow ruling that will grant federal pre-emption in cases like the Wyeth case “where there are no allegations that the company withheld information” about potential risks and where the FDA rejected a stronger warning label. Read >>
HTML DocumentMany familiar faces to appear before justices
Article mentions Mayer Brown’s “strong appellate bench” and lists Andy Pincus, Andrew Frey and Charles Rothfeld as attorneys who will argue in front of the Supreme Court this term. Also mentions the Yale Law School Supreme Court Clinic. Read >>
Reprinted with permission from the September 22, 2008 edition of National Law Journal © 2008 ALM Properties, Inc. All rights reserved. Further duplication without permission is prohibited.
HTML DocumentAmong business cases, pre-emption looms large
Andy Pincus quoted on pre-emption. Read >>
External DocumentAM Law Daily Quotes Mayer Brown Partner Andy Pincus on Securities Class Action System
24 July 2008 - The AM Law Daily  today quoted Mayer Brown partner Andy Pincus in an article discussing the current securities class action system, which has brought in over $17 billion in the past 10 years for Plaintiff's lawyers and continues to gain momentum. Pincus spoke as a panelist at the luncheon, which was cosponsored by the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Institute for Legal Reform (ILR). Read >>
HTML DocumentMayer Brown Attorney Discusses Kennedy v. Louisiana on C-SPAN
On June 26, 2008, Mayer Brown attorney Kevin Ranlett was featured in C-SPAN's Washington Journal for a full 30-minute segment on the Kennedy v. Louisiana Supreme Court case decided the previous day. He discussed the case as well as an amicus brief filed by Mayer Brown LLP on behalf of the National Association of Social Workers and other victims'-rights groups, which was cited repeatedly in the decision. Read >>
HTML DocumentMayer Brown again stands alone atop appellate rankings in both Chambers USA and Legal 500 United States
17 June 2008 - For a second consecutive year, the Supreme Court & Appellate practice of Mayer Brown LLP, a leading global law firm, is ranked in the top tier of the appellate law category in both Chambers USA and Legal 500 United States, a distinction achieved by no other law firm. Read >>
External DocumentLegal Times Quotes Mayer Brown Partner Andy Pincus On Supreme Court Patent Case
The Legal Times today quoted Mayer Brown partner Andy Pincus quoted in an article discussing the Supreme Court's decision in Quanta Computer, Inc. v. LG Electronics, Inc., which-in a unanimous opinion reversing the Federal Circuit-held that the doctrine of patent exhaustion applies to method patents. Read >>
HTML DocumentSupreme Court & Appellate Practice Named to the National Law Journal's "Appellate Hot List"
7 April 2008 - The Supreme Court & Appellate practice of Mayer Brown LLP, a leading global law firm, was listed in the inaugural edition of the National Law Journal's (NLJ) "Appellate Hot List." The NLJ rankings honor law firms that practice "exemplary, cutting-edge appellate advocacy." The NLJ noted in its article that Mayer Brown and other firms chosen deserved "credit for unqualified excellence." Read >>
HTML DocumentMayer Brown Scores Major Victory
Mayer Brown LLP, a leading global law firm, scored a major victory in the Appellate Court of Illinois on Monday on behalf of iPCS Wireless, Inc in its high-profile litigation with Sprint. Read >>
HTML DocumentSupreme Court Issues Three Preemption Decisions In One Day—And Mayer Brown Is On The Winning Side In Each One
20 February 2008 - The Supreme Court today issued three major decisions relating to the federal preemption of state law, and Mayer Brown lawyers were on the winning side in each case. The three decisions—in Riegel v. Medtronic, Inc. (No. 06-179), in Rowe v. New Hampshire Motor Transport Association (No. 06-457), and in Preston v. Ferrer (No. 06-1463)—directly affect medical device manufacturers, interstate shippers, and all companies that enter arbitration agreements, but are also tremendously important for all businesses that confront state-law requirements in federally regulated areas. The decisions are discussed in more detail after the jump. Read >>
HTML DocumentLatest Edition of Supreme Court Practice Published
15 February 2008. The ninth edition of Supreme Court Practice, co-authored by Mayer Brown lawyers Stephen Shapiro, Kenneth Geller, and Timothy Bishop has just been published by BNA Books. Calling it "the unquestioned bible for Supreme Court practitioners," Legal Times covered the publication of the book in a recent article, "Much More Than a Doorstop." The article goes on to say that, the book "is a soup-to-nuts guidebook to everything lawyers need to know about petitioning, briefing, and arguing before the Supreme Court, with insights into the best ways of getting favorable attention from the Court at every stage." Please click here to view the full article or visit the BNA Books site to purchase a copy of the book. Read >>
HTML DocumentMayer Brown Wins (Yet Another) Supreme Court Victory In Important Securities Case
16 January 2008 - In a case argued by Mayer Brown partner Stephen Shapiro and previously described by the Wall Street Journal as "the biggest securities-litigation court clash in a generation," the Supreme Court yesterday affirmed that third parties who do not themselves mislead investors cannot be held liable for damages under Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act even if their conduct facilitates the fraud of another. The decision, in Stoneridge Investment Partners v. Scientific-Atlanta, Inc., No. 06-43, is the latest in a long series of Mayer Brown victories for the business community. Last term Mayer Brown represented the prevailing parties in two major antitrust cases, Credit Suisse First Boston v. Billing, 127 S. Ct. 2383 (2007), and Weyerhaeuser Co. v. Ross-Simmons Hardwood Lumber Co., 127 S. Ct. 1069 (2007), and in Philip Morris USA v. Williams, 127 S. Ct. 1057 (2007), a ruling expected to impose new curbs on the use of punitive damages across the country. Given its significance, yesterday's Stoneridge decision is discussed in many news outlets, including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Forbes, and Business Week. A summary of the decision is available hereRead >>
HTML DocumentCharles Rothfeld Argues in Supreme Court
15 January 2008 - Mayer Brown attorney Charles Rothfeld, a former assistant to the Solicitor General of the United States, who together with Mayer Brown partner Andy Pincus supervises the Yale Law School Supreme Court Clinic, today argued his twenty-first case before the Court. Rothfeld, on behalf of the clinic, represented the respondent in United States v. Rodriquez, No. 06-1646, which presents the question of whether a state drug conviction can serve as a predicate for enhanced sentencing under 18 U.S.C. § 924(e) when the sentence imposed on that conviction satisfied the threshold length set forth in § 924(e) only by virtue of having itself been enhanced under a separate state recidivist statute. The case and the clinic are discussed in a New Haven Register articleRead >>
External DocumentMayer Brown Honored in The Washingtonian's 800 Top Lawyers List
Three lawyers in Mayer Brown's Washington, DC office--Ken Geller, Andy Pincus, and Evan Tager--were named in the category, "All the Way to the Supreme Court," in The Washingtonian's 800 Top Lawyers list, more than any other firm in that category. The list recognizes Washington's top one percent of lawyers across 28 legal specialties, and as a firm Mayer Brown received a total of fourteen mentions across seven categories. The list is based primarily on peer reviews and recommendations from more than 1,000 attorneys who were asked to name top practitioners in their field and whom they would hire to represent them. Clients, judges and former judges also commented. Read >>
HTML DocumentPunitive Damages Expert Evan Tager Quoted Discussing Upcoming Supreme Court Case
5 November 2007 - Mayer Brown partner Evan Tager, a nationally recognized expert on punitive damages, is quoted in the National Law Journal and on Bloomberg.com discussing Exxon Shipping Co. v. Baker, No. 07-219, a case in which the Supreme Court will address the question of punitive damages under federal maritime law. Tager filed a friend-of-the-court brief (available here) on behalf of various industry groups encouraging the Court to review the $2.5 billion punitive award imposed against Exxon. Read >>
PDF DocumentClient Alert: Supreme Court Hears Oral Argument in Stoneridge Case to Address "Scheme" Liability Under Section 10(b)
In one of the most highly anticipated business cases in years, the Supreme Court heard oral argument on October 9, 2007, in Stoneridge Investment Partners v. Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. Mayer Brown partner Stephen Shapiro argued the case for respondents Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. and Motorola, Inc. Read >>
HTML DocumentMayer Brown partner Stephen Shapiro argued his 27th case before the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday in Stoneridge Investment Partners LLC v. Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. and Motorola, Inc.
Mayer Brown partner Stephen Shapiro argued before the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday in Stoneridge Investment Partners LLC v. Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. and Motorola, Inc., billed by many court-watchers as the business case of the decade. Read >>
HTML DocumentDan Himmelfarb Joins Mayer Brown's Appellate Group in Washington, DC
10 October 2007 - Mayer Brown, a leading international law firm, today announced that Dan Himmelfarb will soon join its leading Supreme Court and Appellate Practice as a partner. Read >>
"Mayer Brown day" at the Seventh Circuit
26 September 2007. The strength and breadth of Mayer Brown's Appellate Practice was on full display today. Firm lawyers from the Chicago and Houston offices argued four of the six cases heard by the Seventh Circuit today. Jeff Sarles argued two separate cases, representing AT&T and Chevy Chase Bank; associates Jeff Oldham and Tom McGrath each argued on behalf of a pro bono client. Four of the six arguments in one day may be precedent-setting for any firm in any court of appeals, leading one of the judges to comment, "This must be Mayer Brown day." 
External DocumentDavid Gossett quoted in Washington Lawyer about Second Amendment case
2 August 2007 -- Mayer Brown attorneys Andy Frey, David Gossett, and Sam Bray represent the Violence Policy Center, a gun-control advocacy organization, as an amicus curiae assisting the District of Columbia in Parker v. District of Columbia, the ongoing litigation challenging the District's gun-control legislation. David is quoted repeatedly in a lengthy article on the case in this month's issue of the Washington LawyerRead >>
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