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Investigation by DOJ of whistleblower claims
In less than four months, convinced the Civil Division of the Department of Justice that a whistleblower’s claims against a company did not merit the more
Antitrust counseling to actuarial firms' captive insurance company
The firm has served for many years as antitrust counsel to a captive insurance company comprised of three competitor members. more
Alternative dispute resolution for a Las Vegas-based developer
Represented a Las Vegas-based developer/owner in a complex $85 million arbitration with its general contractor. The dispute arose out of the more
Skinner Corporation
Represented Skinner Corporation, a group of furniture retailers, in their Chapter 11 cases filed in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the more

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LOUD AND CLEAR

The firm served as lead counsel on behalf of Cox Communications, which was accused of infringing a competitor’s patents relating to voice over IP more