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In OT2016, Mayer Brown will be arguing four cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. Our Appellate team also had two cert. amicus briefs granted this Term.

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In OT2015, four different Mayer Brown lawyers won four major US Supreme Court victories, including the Term’s only blockbuster win for business interests, Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins.

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Shapiro v. McManus (U.S. Supreme Court)

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Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins (U.S. Supreme Court)

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In each Supreme Court Term since 1987, at least one Mayer Brown lawyer has given an argument.

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Members of Mayer Brown’s Supreme Court & Appellate practice have argued about one appeal per week for the past several years.

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Members of Mayer Brown’s Supreme Court practice have argued more than 235 cases in the Supreme Court.

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See where Mayer Brown’s appellate lawyers have argued and won some of the most important cases of our time.

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In The News

August 14, 2017 Law360 names five Mayer Brown partners 2017 “Rising Stars”

Mayer Brown announced that five of the firm’s partners have been named 2017 “Rising Stars” by Law360: Government and Infrastructure partner Mitch Holzrichter (Chicago); Supreme Court & Appellate partner Paul Hughes (Washington DC); Intellectual Property partner Rob Pluta (Chicago); Employment & Benefits partner Grace Shie (Washington DC); and Banking & Finance partner Adam Wolk (New York). Read »

August 1, 2017 Eighth Circuit: Courts, Not Arbitrators, Decide If Arbitration Agreement Permits Class Arbitration

In a unanimous opinion, the US Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit joined the majority of appellate courts (including the Third, Fourth, and Sixth Circuits) in holding that the question of whether an arbitration agreement authorizes class arbitration is for a court, not an arbitrator, to decide, unless the agreement expressly delegates that issue to the arbitrator. This Legal Update discusses the Catamaran Corp. v. Towncrest Pharmacy ruling and its implications for businesses. Read »

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