Nicole Chipi, an associate in Jones Day's Miami Office, won the 2018 Brown Award for Excellence in Legal Writing for her paper, "Eat Your Vitamins and Say Your Prayers.
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The global law firm Jones Day announces that Erin Sindberg Porter has joined the Firm’s Minneapolis Office as a partner in its Business & Tort Litigation Practice.
The global law firm Jones Day announced that 11 recent U.S. Supreme Court clerks have agreed to join its Issues & Appeals Practice as associates.
Lisa M. Ledbetter, a partner in Jones Day's Washington Office, has been elected Chancellor of the Exchequer Club of Washington, D.C.
The global law firm Jones Day announced that Patrick Belville has joined its Detroit Office as a partner in the Firm's M&A Practice.
JONES DAY: The National Law Journal Recognizes Three Jones Day Lawyers as "Winning Litigators" for 2018
The National Law Journal named Jones Day partners Christopher Morrison, Kate Wallace, and José Isasi to its list of Winning Litigators for 2018.
SAN DIEGO (Legal Newsline) – Sirius XM Radio Inc. has filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit that it says "epitomizes abusive class action litigation."
SAN FRANCISCO (Legal Newsline) – In a ruling made on March 5, the Supreme Court of California ruled that Heller Ehrman LLP can’t profit from unfinished hourly work that remained after the firm folded.
$1B 'retroactive liability' lead paint case vs paint makers could pave way for overreach, Calif. appeals panel told
Lawyers for three current and former paint manufacturers on the hook for a $1.15 billion judgment over the presence of lead paint in more than 3 million California homes have asked a California appeals court to overturn that judgment, saying the judge overreached and trespassed on legal turf more properly reserved for lawmakers, and to rule otherwise would open a virtual Pandora’s box of further judicial abuses and other unforeseen harms on homeowners, businesses and taxpayers, alike.
SAN JOSE, Calif. (Legal Newsline) – Nearly three years ago, a California judge ordered a group of three paint makers to pay $1.15 billion to 10 California cities and counties to remediate what the judge decided was the “public nuisance” of lead paint in homes.