Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP has 14 attorneys from its Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia offices named to the 2019 Super Lawyers list, an independent rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas.
Fox Rothschild LLP congratulates Diane J. Geller, named to the Staffing Industry Analysts 2018 “Global Power 150 – Women in Staffing” list, which recognizes the most impactful female leaders in the staffing industry.
Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s Las Vegas office attorneys and business staff welcomed clients and colleagues to an open house reception at their new location in Downtown Summerlin on Nov. 16.
SAN FRANCISCO (Legal Newsline) - The cities of Oakland and San Francisco have replaced the private lawyers representing them in climate change litigation as a series of lawsuits against ExxonMobil, Shell and other oil companies head toward what could be their final challenges in appeals courts on either coast.
For their pro bono work, mentoring, service, and commitment to diversity and inclusion, four individuals have been recognized with Barnes & Thornburg service awards for going above and beyond in their communities.
Saying plaintiffs are asking the courts to essentially rewrite federal environmental laws and regulatory rules based on a single report issued by a federal agency relying on faulty data, medical device sterilizer Sterigenics has asked a federal judge to corral a stampede of lawsuits that have hit the courts in recent weeks amid a blizzard of media reports asserting the company’s use of a key sterilizing agent at its facility in suburban Willowbrook could cause cancer.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — A Virginia resident who dealt with microcap stock has been charged by the federal government with participating in thousands of "manipulative trades" for stocks he was being paid to market.
MONTGOMERY — The U.S. Supreme Court's recent 8-0 decision in Weyerhaeuser Company v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is being called by Alabama's Attorney General as a victory in the state's effort to stop federal government overreach in land management.
NASHVILLE — A U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) investigation into a Tennessee resident's insurance embezzlement scheme has resulted in a 14 month prison sentence and more than $6 million in restitution by a U.S. District Court.