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Battaglia served at the United States Department of Justice as a trial lawyer and federal prosecutor in trying numerous cases to verdict. Between his periods of public service, Mr.
Prior to that, he had been selected and served as a law clerk to federal judges at both the trial and appellate courts. He lives in Virginia with his wife and family. Bazelon specializes in criminal defense and civil rights work, which have been her passions since law school. After law school, she accepted a clerkship with the Honorable Michael M. Baylson of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. During her clerkship, Ms. Bazelon learned the complexities of federal practice.
Beginning in , Ms. Bazelon served hundreds of cases as a Public Defender and tried at least 40 to verdict. Upon leaving the Philadelphia Defender, Ms. During her time at Kairys Rudovsky, Ms. Bazelon expanded her criminal practice to federal court, and learned how to effectively bring a civil rights action.
Bazelon began her own practice in , focusing on criminal defense and civil rights work. She practices in both state and federal court, representing individuals charged with everything from DUI and minor drug possession, to fraud and armed robbery.
Douglas Behr joined Keller and Heckman in He practices civil litigation and white collar criminal defense. He handles matters regulated by the Drug Enforcement Administration. Behr represents business, trade associations, and individuals before federal and state trial and appellate courts, regulatory bodies, and licensing forums with a concentration on Lanham Act false advertising, contract disputes, white collar crime defense, product liability, and trade regulation controversies.
He also advises members of the business community on litigation avoidance, and works with health care professionals and others on matters regulated by the Drug Enforcement Administration. Prior to entering private practice, Mr.
Behr served 12 years as an Assistant United States Attorney, primarily as a prosecutor, and received a special achievement award from the Justice Department. He is a faculty member of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy. Behr is a contributing author of Beyond Telecom Law Blog. Behr authored an article, Did you Forget to Say you're Sorry? Since September of , Chambers and Partners has consistently ranked Mr.
Also, during the last 10 years, Mr. For the past 16 years, Laura has dedicated her practice to representing individuals in a variety of personal injury and wrongful death claims. Her professional accomplishments have been recognized on both the national and local level. Steve Bennett's practice at Jones Day focuses on domestic and international commercial litigation and arbitration, including cases involving bankruptcy, construction, corporate, energy, insurance, intellectual property, privacy and data security, and other disputes.
Steve is chair of the Firm's e-Discovery Committee and an active member of the Firm's construction practice team.
He teaches a course on conflicts of law at Hofstra Law School and co-teaches a course on advanced civil procedure e-discovery at New York Law School. District Council of Carpenters S. He taught arbitration law at Brooklyn Law School for nine years.
Steve regularly speaks to a wide array of groups for CLE and other purposes. He has written more than articles on a variety of topics. Essential Concepts ALM was published in He blogs occasionally in the "Thinkernet" series at InternetEvolution. David Benowitz has 20 years of experience as a criminal defense attorney in Washington, DC.
While at PDS he represented clients in the litigation of serious criminal matters, including first degree murder, first degree sexual abuse, and armed robbery. David obtained an LL. Law Students in Court Program. David received his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Her practice spans a wide range of litigation, advisory and regulatory matters, with a focus on intellectual property infringement and misappropriation.
Bepko also represents financial institutions and corporations in securities, antitrust and other complex litigation, as well as in criminal and regulatory matters involving the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
She has conducted internal investigations concerning insider trading, market manipulation and other securities violations. Some current and recent projects include; representation of banks in investigations arising out of the setting of certain benchmark rates; litigation arising out of the sale of various mortgage-backed securities; defending a pharmaceutical company in a billion-dollar antitrust lawsuit.
Bepko has written on a variety of subjects, including intellectual property and First Amendment issues. Recent publications include Trademark Battles in the Banking Field: Malcolm Consent Decrees, 52 N. Most recently she argued before the New York Court of Appeals concerning the use of a biased interpreter in criminal proceedings.
Bepko joined Cleary Gottlieb in and became a senior attorney in She received a J. Since graduating, she has returned to New York Law School periodically as an adjunct professor. She received an undergraduate degree from Kalamazoo College in Michigan.
From to , she served as law clerk to the Honorable Harold Baer, Jr. Before attending law school, Ms. David Bercuson, a Miami attorney who has distinguished himself by devoting his practice to litigation and entertainment law. He has extensive and diverse experience and is a tenacious and successful advocate in the representation of artists, record labels, music and television producers, music publishers, composers, managers, local and national on-air television talent and independent television producers in the acquisition, negotiation and re-negotiation of significant industry agreements as well as litigation.
He handles the business and legal affairs for major and independent record companies. Bercuson is also a specialist in the domestic and foreign licensing of music and finding various deals and opportunities for artists and companies. Bercuson is an adjunct professor at the University of Miami School of Law in the trial advocacy program and has been an instructor on entertainment contracts at Florida International University.
He also represents plaintiffs in individual and class actions arising from wage and hour violations and consumer fraud. Berger is a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard College and received his J. Following law school, he clerked for the Honorable Mark L. Dwyer American Inn of Court. Karl Bernard and Associates, a law firm that specializes in employment law, general business litigation, sports and entertainment law, and oil and gas law.
The firm has successfully litigated matters involving employment rights, defamation, contract law, and criminal law. The results of the suit were reported by ESPN sports and news organizations across the country.
Furthermore, the firm has handled pay-per-view telecast and other broadcast rights agreements both domestic and international ; life story rights agreements; production agreements; NCAA compliance issues; recording and managerial contracts; event promotional agreements venue, artist, productions, theatrical, etc.
Karl is a retired professional football player, formerly with the Detroit Lions NFL football organization, and a retired petroleum engineer, formerly with Marathon Oil Co. Beyer obtained a B.
As a practicing civil litigation trial attorney, Ms. Beyer was voted a Acadiana Profile Top Lawyer. For over a decade, Ms. She has also presented numerous lectures, seminars and demonstrations regarding such topics as: In her spare time, Ms. The majority of his practice is devoted to the defense of products liability, maritime, environmental and toxic tort cases in state and federal courts. Henry also has handled the prosecution and defense of commercial cases and assisted in the defense of clients in white-collar criminal investigations.
Following law school, and prior to embarking on the practice of law, Henry served as a deck and engine crewman Q. He is a certified scuba diver. Henry was asked recently to assist the United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio, in the review of a proposed set of model local admiralty rules of the Federal Court, as recommended by the Maritime Law Association of the United States, and prepared revisions to the current local rules. Before he joined the Justice Department, he was a partner in the litigation department of a attorney national law firm where his practice focused on the litigation of a wide variety of complex civil matters, including antitrust, commercial, and bankruptcy cases.
Since he has served on Hearing Committees of the District of Columbia Board on Professional Responsibility that hear attorney discipline cases.
Blasco graduated with honors from the University of Maryland Law School and clerked for the Maryland trial courts. Before entering private practice in , Mr. In these positions, Mr. Blasco conducted class action litigation and many jury trials, including trials as long as eight months.
Blasco has served as trial counsel for the state of Alaska in constitutional challenges to state statutes and in the defense of state agencies. In addition to his general litigation practice, Mr. Blasco represents many of the small Southeast Alaska municipalities as their Municipal Attorney for municipal matters and in defending the municipalities in litigation.
He has served in that capacity for several of the Alaska municipalities since Blasco began teaching trial advocacy and deposition programs as a member of the National Faculty for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy in He has taught on several occasions at the National Trial Advocacy session in Colorado, and on a regular basis in the Midwest trial program and the Los Angeles deposition program.
He has taught trial advocacy in New Zealand by invitation. In addition to trial advocacy and deposition programs, Mr. Blasco has taught NITA programs related to expert witnesses and mediation. They have four children in various stages from teenagers to grown and gone. After thirty years in Alaska, he still roots for the Baltimore Orioles baseball team.
Seth is an experienced trial attorney who has tried cases in both North Carolina State and Federal Courts. Jeff Blumberg began his 25 year legal career as an Army JAG where he gained extensive litigation experience as a prosecutor in the Republic of Korea, and a trial defense counsel at Fort Carson, Colorado. Following his military service, Jeff joined the Maryland Office of the Public Defender where he represented hundreds of adult and juvenile clients charged with felony offenses.
In all, Jeff has tried more than 40 jury trials and numerous bench trials during his litigation career. He currently teaches an international externship seminar at Washington College of Law and has been published on cultural competency issues as they apply to experiential learning.
Jeff and his wife also served as Peace Corps volunteers in Belize from His practice focuses on internal investigations, compliance, business crimes, and complex civil litigation. Blume spent more than seven years as a federal prosecutor with the United States Department of Justice and earned four Special Achievement Awards from the Attorney General.
Blume in the area of Litigation: White-Collar Crime and Government Investigations. Blume was also recognized by Best Lawyers in the categories of Criminal Defense: White-Collar; Commercial Litigation; and Litigation: Blume represents corporations and individuals in local, state, and federal court and helps clients interface with government agencies around the country.
In that capacity, Mr. Blume has defended local and international clients in enforcement actions and investigations brought by the United States Department of Justice, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, and various state law enforcement agencies. These investigations have involved allegations of accounting and securities fraud, mortgage and settlement service kickbacks, money laundering, Medicaid fraud, promotion of off-label medical devices, improper use of computer and electronic data, breach of consumer trust and protection, improper payments to government officials, illicit dumping and environmental crimes, and illicit price-fixing and anti-competitive activities.
Blume also defends numerous companies facing civil and criminal False Claims Act exposure. As a focus of his practice, Mr. Blume works directly with Audit Committees, Boards of Directors, and management regarding company practices, internal compliance programs, disclosure issues, human resource concerns, and remedial measures for improving compliance.
Blume advises on U. He has successfully represented individuals in matters dealing with the Iranian Transaction Regulations and the Export Administration Regulations. Blume investigated and tried more than fifteen homicide trials and twenty drug and violent crime trials in local and federal courts. Blume also spent four years with the Organized Crime and Racketeering Section in the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice, where he investigated and tried a number of Organized Crime and white collar cases involving RICO, mail and wire fraud, securities fraud, credit card fraud, insurance fraud, computer security breaches, FCPA violations, obstruction of justice, money laundering, and conspiracy.
Blume received his Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from Brown University. He is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and in the State of Colorado. Her areas of specialization include criminal and civil trial advocacy, pretrial litigation, and criminal law and procedure and evidence. Before joining the faculty at WCL, she worked for the U. She began her legal career as an assistant public defender in the Office of the Public Defender in Alexandria, Va.
Partner Kyle Bogdan wins cases. These have included major construction disputes, gas explosions, product liability suits, trade secret claims, lease and contract cases, and class action defense. In , Kyle achieved a complete dismissal of a major property damage a case in New York where his client paid nothing. In , he spent his time getting several clients out of messy condominium defect cases throughout Southern California without paying a cent in damages.
That same year he used the often overlooked remedy of replevin and tried the matter before a federal judge to recover critical pieces of equipment holding up a major penitentiary project in Southern Mexico. Prior to that he and other Warden Grier lawyers won significant pre-trial decisions which led to a confidential resolution for their client in a major trade secret action in federal court.
During that same year, Kyle also obtained a complete dismissal in federal court of a class action lawsuit asserted against a leading manufacturer, thus saving his client several million dollars. Kyle is a long-time Kansas City resident. He joined that firm as an associate in He quickly compiled subject matter expertise in areas ranging from the design and construction of complex power facilities and landmark bridges to catastrophic explosions.
In addition to working on the bet-the-company cases, he also took selective smaller cases and first-chaired them. These early experiences honed Kyles litigation skills and developed in him a very strong client services mentality.
Kyle was offered the first and, at the time, only, associate position. From the early days of the firm, Kyle was asked to take on leadership positions and increased responsibility, including head of recruiting and of Associate development.
He was elected partner after his fifth year of practice. Michael Bolasina Summit Law Group. Mike primarily advises employers on employment-related claims. He investigates employee harassment, discrimination, and retaliation complaints in a neutral investigator capacity, and trains employers, employees, and employment lawyers on employment-related issues. Mike also represents private businesses in litigation that includes civil rights, wage and hour, and non-compete issues.
He has served as an expert witness in cases where the handling of an employment-related claim was an issue. Defended disability discrimination claim jury trial. Professor Borgen has worked on fair housing and other public interest concerns throughout her career. She litigated landlord-tenant and other housing issues with Brooklyn Legal Services, Corp. Even while engaged in a full time practice at Gibbons, she found time to teach a course on low-income housing and community development at Seton Hall.
Professor Borgen received her J. She also clerked for the Honorable Joseph E. Carl Bornstein is a lawyer in private practice in New York City. He has been engaged in complex civil and criminal litigation and investigations throughout his career in both the private sector and in government service.
He has taught trial advocacy at NITA for 30 years. Bornstein has represented clients in criminal tax, securities and insurance fraud cases, against copyright violations, and in professional disciplinary proceedings, among others.
He also has been a member of several monitoring teams including those concerning: In July , Mr. As the SCA-IG he reported directly to its Chairman of the Board and President about integrity matters, major on-site accidents, and construction deficiencies.
He was honorably discharged from the U. Army Reserve, Military Police Corps. Bourque has a full time litigation practice defending doctors, nurses, medical clinics and hospitals in medical malpractice cases before administrative hearings, judge and jury trials and before the state Court of Appeals and Supreme Court.
He has taught trial advocacy program and given numerous CLE presentations from coast to coast since Bourque has completed over 25 triathlons, the Marine Corp Marathon in D. Todd first served in the Criminal Justice Division from , where he prosecuted Sexually Violent Predator SVP civil commitment cases, as well as criminal cases including homicide and rape.
He also handled cases, including serving as lead trial counsel in State v. Todd has served as a Deputy Attorney General since May From , Todd was cross-designated as a Special Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern and Western Districts of Washington investigating and prosecuting contraband cigarette trafficking. In addition, from to present Todd has served as a judge pro tempore of the Seattle Municipal Court.
Todd has extensive jury trial experience in superior courts across Washington. In addition, he has argued before all three divisions of the Court of Appeals, as well as the Washington Supreme Court. He also often serves as a lecturer or faculty member, including in trial advocacy classes at the University of Washington School of Law and seminars sponsored by groups such as the National Institute of Trial Advocacy. He received his J. He lives in Seattle with his wife, Nicole, and two sons, Colin and Rhys.
Mark Boynton focuses his practice on the construction industry, including all aspects of construction and building defect litigation. Boynton has litigated matters in over twenty states representing owners, contractors, architects, engineers, surveyors, trades, material suppliers, and building product manufacturers. In addition to his work representing clients in adversarial proceedings, Mr. Boynton regularly advises clients regarding contract negotiation, project dispute resolution and project crisis management.
Boynton has extensive experience in alternative dispute resolution in the construction context and has represented clients in over mediations and structured negotiation proceedings in numerous jurisdictions.
As part of his practice, Mr. Boynton regularly speaks at in-house client seminars and continuing education programs on topics of risk management, contract negotiation and drafting, and dispute management. Outside of his practice, Mr. Boynton is extremely active in community arts organizations and the North Carolina Bar Association. Boynton co-authored the amendments of critical aspects of North Carolina's rules of civil procedure and civil costs statutes, formed the Committee on E-Discovery Rules, and co-chairs the Thorp Committee on Local Rules.
Bradford is a civil trial attorney. Bradford's national trial practice focuses on complex commercial, product liability, professional liability, mass tort and intellectual property litigation.
Bradford also works with clients in the area of risk management and litigation avoidance. He has tried fifteen complex matters to verdict and litigated hundreds of matters to successful resolution. Bradford draws upon his legal expertise and business experience when advising clients regarding the many issues encountered during the course of a lawsuit. In partnership with his clients, Mr. Bradford utilizes his experience, creativity and the immense resources at HKH to develop a litigation strategy that best serves the client's variable needs and interests.
Whether the case is destined for the courtroom or early resolution, Mr. Clients appreciate the unique blend of imagination, professionalism and advocacy that Mr. Bradford brings to every case, as reflected below: Secured a landlord's dismissal from a multi-million dollar mold exposure case after establishing a lack of scientific connection between the injury and the offending flora. Developed and successfully implemented a litigation strategy that focused upon enforcement of an assigned brokerage agreement that provided the leverage to resolve other disputes without litigation.
Secured Court-ordered dismissals in multi-million dollar cases even after my clients admitted liability under oath. Secured a jury verdict for a client after admitting liability during trial. Secured favorable orders from various courts causing the creation of a new defense in professional liability matters.
The defense has subsequently been used to obtain favorable settlements and dismissals. Counseled corporations and individuals on risk management techniques. Lectured to trade organizations on litigation management and risk avoidance.
Lead trial counsel for national and regional insurance companies. Chair, Colorado Pledge to Diversity, - present. Board of Directors, Colorado Lawyers Committee, - present. Joseph Hospital Residency Program, Arizona State University, , summa cum laude. He is known among his peers as an outstanding trial attorney and fierce advocate for his clients, with the ability and passion to litigate complex cases against the toughest opponents.
Background and experience Tom began his law career as a Deputy King County Prosecutor where he first-chaired scores of trials to verdict. Prior to joining SGB, he was lead counsel for the litigation team of a boutique law firm, and worked at a commercial litigation firm, where he tried a variety of cases in court and at arbitration. Tom is fluent in Spanish and volunteers his time at a Hispanic legal clinic. He also serves on the faculties of the National Institute of Trial Advocacy and the University of Washington School of Law, instructing lawyers and law students on trial advocacy.
Prior to law school Tom completed two years of public service with Teach for America, and taught college in Spain and in San Francisco, California. Visit us online at sgb-law. Bricker has significant experience as a trial attorney, litigating dozens of jury trials to verdict as a Federal Defender in Manhattan courtrooms. Her scholarly interests are focused on comparative criminal law, including China and Chile. Bricker also created materials for and taught Chilean Public Defenders in Santiago, Chile, during the summer of Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
She has handled commercial, natural resources and environmental cases in federal and state courts both jury and non-jury. Her recent practice has focused on complex litigation involving coal contract disputes and natural resource damages claims under CERCLA.
In addition , she has represented clients in major litigation involving financial institutions and professional liability matters. She has represented the FDIC and RTC in various litigated matters involving claims against officers, directors, attorneys and a ceo unta nts of failed financial institutions.
Ms Brimmer also has experience handling complex fraudulent conveyance claims in federal court. Briones practices primarily in the area of family law representing parties in divorce, legal separation, custody and post-judgment dissolution matters.
She has frequently served as a court appointed Guardian ad Litem and Attorney for Minor Children, and has represented parents and their children in special education matters.
Her legal experience includes trying bench and jury cases in family and civil litigation matters, as well as arguing before the Connecticut Appellate Court. She is a noted lecturer on issues pertaining to children with special needs and learning disabilities, and how these issues impact families.
Briones received her B. He has tried approximately jury cases in a broad variety of cases from perjury to patents and murder to maritime. Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, J. He has been involved in the capital defense movement in one form or another since , and has represented those facing the death penalty at trial, direct appeal, state post-conviction and federal habeas.
Despite that, he still remembers the names of his two children. Broun considers his great accomplishments to be 1 ghostwriting the certiorari petition in McCarver v. In his spare time, Mr. Broun enjoys watching reruns of the , , , , and NCAA finals, dancing to highlights of the World Series, and sleeping.
In addition to his experience at law schools, Henry has been an instructor with the National Institute of Trial Advocacy for over 25 years. Henry has taught trial advocacy, arbitration and negotiations programs internationally in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Kenya. He has extensive experience in deposition, negotiations, motions practice and trial work.
Jessica graduated with honors from Bates College with a B. While at the Defender Association she tried numerous jury and bench trials, representing clients charged with both misdemeanor and felony offenses. Chris Bruckmann is a Senior Assistant U. Attorney in the Homicide Section of the U.
Since joining the office in , Chris has tried more than forty cases to verdict, including serving as first chair for seventeen felony jury trials. He has investigated countless additional cases, examining witnesses at motions hearings, preliminary hearings, and before the Grand Jury. He is part of the group of senior prosecutors who train new Assistant U. Attorneys in trial advocacy skills. Before joining the U. He investigated frauds, took testimony from witnesses, handled appeals, and appeared before multiple U.
District Courts on a variety of matters. Building Trial Skills program. University of Texas at El Paso, B. Steve has been a litigator since and a trial lawyer since Steve's jury-trial work began as second chair in three federal trials in San Francisco and Sacramento in successful defense of statutory and tort claims arising under federal securities law and common law.
Steve was lucky enough to have his first, first-chair jury trial in in Alameda County Superior Court in successful defense of a bank and its officers against lender liability claims.
Steve has briefed and successfully argued before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals respondent and the California Court of Appeal appellant. He holds an "AV" rating from Martindale-Hubbell and has held this rating since first being rated by members of the judiciary and his peers in He is experienced in resolving matters in all forms of alternative dispute resolution, and was a resolution advocate for the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of California from to Steve began teaching for NITA in Other than trying cases, the most enjoyment Steve takes from his profession is teaching trial and deposition skills.
She graduated from Arizona State University with a B. She has been a member of the Nevada Bar since , practicing primarily civil law with a concentration in the area of professional negligence defense. Office of the Attorney General of Washington.
Brooke graduated from Colorado College with a B. From she worked in the Sexually Violent Predator unit, civilly committing dangerous sexual offenders. She joined the Office of the Attorney General in February of , where she supervised the SVP unit responsible for civilly committing sexual predators throughout the State until November Burns directs the following program: Robert Burns is a professor of law and litigation attorney in the Northwestern University Legal Clinic.
He teaches courses in evidence, civil procedure, professional responsibility, health care law, and the philosophy of law. In , and again in , he was awarded the Robert Childress Memorial Award for Teaching Excellence and in was elected the outstanding Professor of a Small Class. The Class of elected him to give the "Last Lecture" on the day before graduation. His current research interests focus on the theory of the trial and on professional responsibility.
Professor Burns is a National Institute for Trial Advocacy Distinguished Faculty Member, having taught for the preeminent continuing legal education organization since Over the course of his year career, Cal Burnton has tried and won numerous complex toxic tort and product liability cases, earning a national reputation for his ability to defend challenging mass tort and class action litigation. From chemical exposure and groundwater contamination cases, to toxic torts involving personal injury and diminished property value claims, to catastrophic and mass disaster litigation, Cal is widely sought after for his track record of success with the most sensitive and arduous of matters.
He has represented clients in federal and state courts in almost every state across the United States. His repertoire of clients includes leading manufacturers and sellers of chemicals, heavy industrial machinery, and consumer products. In addition to being a litigator, Cal is a trusted counselor to his clients, advising on issues regarding government regulations, product safety, and ethics. He also lectures regularly on product liability issues in the US and Japan.
A former state prosecutor, Ms. Buschner has spent over 15 years representing plaintiffs in complex litigation ranging from class actions to government contract fraud. She has been involved in multi-million dollar recoveries on behalf of workers asserting claims under numerous federal statutes and has handled some of the largest successful False Claims Act actions, bringing billions of dollars to the United States Government.
Some representative cases are: The settlement was one of the largest recoveries by the United States Government under the False Claims Act against a pharmaceutical company.
Buschner has co-authored two articles with colleague Reuben A. Buschner has been recognized for several years, by Washingtonian Magazine, as a top Whistleblower Lawyer. Buschner graduated from Miami University in , and received her J. Bythewood is of black African heritage. During the s David was active in the Civil Rights movement as a member of C.
Professionally, David is a lawyer with more than thirty 30 years experience. He has been admitted in New York, Washington, D. David has handled matters outside those jurisdictions in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, California and Massachusetts. He has also been lead counsel for matters in the Bahamas and Germany. Regarding discrimination matters as an outside counsel, David has successfully defended the Times Mirror Co. Another was defeating a landlord and H.
Perhaps the most satisfying was years ago when he resoundingly defeating Cravath, Swaine and Moore after one of its lawyers tried to intimidate him. Some of my other clients have included large and small business such as Twin County Steel, Inc. Treasury as the attorney for the nation of Lybia, for matters in the U. His experience and expertise as a lawyer includes corporate governance, fiduciary responsibility, contracts, trademarks, the constitution, civil rights, employment, torts, trial advocacy and criminal defense.
Some of that which has been most visible are high profile "white collar crime" and "organized crime" defenses. Also, David acted for petroleum traders Chem Oil Industries and the Crispin companies, in the eighties. In the oil and gas arena he has performed a number of functions including, but not limited to, being the attorney for Denis Baron who was a VP at Mobil who rose to be a member of the board of Mobil of the Orient.
Two 2 well publicized criminal defense cases were: Bankruptcy Judge not knowing or ignoring the law, the bankruptcy case trustee not knowing the law, US Attorney being blind to the intent of Congress, as set forth in the affirmative action rules, due to his bankruptcy lawyers not knowing the law and also due to his bankruptcy lawyer having given false and inculpatory deposition testimony; and 3 David successfully defended a young mother who had been accused of the felony of criminal possession of a weapon in the 2nd Degree by using a Stockholm Syndrome defense.
As a member of the USO Board, over many objections and resistance including my being precluded in having any organizing or other assistance from the USO - all of which I considered racist - in March of he was able to pull off a USO fund raiser that honored the Tuskegee Airmen and Eleanor Roosevelt Members of the Roosevelt family were present at my request and brought in sufficient money to rescue the USO from a financial crisis.
During the late seventies David was elected to the Hempstead Public Schools Board of Education and during my term he was instrumental in getting rid of "Social Promotion. It was reported that their improvement exceeded that of any other school district in the United States. Colin Cabral is a litigator and trial lawyer specializing in complex patent cases and intellectual property disputes.
Colin helps patent owners enforce their IP rights and defends technology companies against infringement suits brought by non-practicing entities. He also develops freedom-to-operate strategies for leading biotechnology and pharmaceutical clients.
Recently, Colin has been involved in litigation relating to biosimilar drug development and the Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act. Known for a clear, concise writing style and effective oral advocacy, Colin has an outstanding record of producing positive results in district courts, the Federal Circuit, the ITC, and inter partes review proceedings before the Patent Office. He was the youngest member of the firm to serve as lead trial counsel in a patent case.
As former in-house counsel at a global life sciences company, Colin has unique insight into the needs and expectations of clients. He also has extensive courtroom experience following his service as a special assistant district attorney. At Proskauer, Colin has been recognized for his distinguished work on behalf of pro bono clients.
He serves as Board Chairman of FreeFrom, a charitable organization that helps victims of domestic violence achieve financial independence. After graduation from law school Mr. Caldwell began his career at the University of Denver College of Law where he eventually was appointed Assistant Dean.
Over the years Mr. Caldwell has taught international business transactions, legal research, and advocacy skills to law students, legal assistants, lay advocates, and practitioners.
Mark Caldwell has been published on numerous occasions, writing on a wide variety of topics including international business, transnational litigation, and adult education. His work in the continuing education world has focused on bringing adult educational theory to continuing legal education. Cannata has practiced law since in both large and small firms, as well as acquiring significant trial experience while a senior trial attorney at the San Francisco Public Defender's Office.
In the mid's, Ms. While a partner there, Ms. Cannata developed her business, legal malpractice defense, and real estate litigation practice in their Walnut Creek office. In , she opened a branch office for the firm in downtown San Francisco.
The San Francisco office became Ms. Cannata's main office in March Although she remains active in the criminal defense community, Ms. Cannata currently specializes in professional liability defense and business litigation on behalf of institutional and individual clients. In representing attorneys, accountants, corporations, public entities, and financial institutions, Ms. Cannata maintains her considerable talents as a trial attorney, having successfully tried professional liability, real estate and commercial cases on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants.
She consults as well with attorneys and insurers in preventing litigation by early identification of conflicts and claims repair before litigation. For her business clients, Ms. Cannata provides assistance in the formation corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies, business reorganization, bankruptcy court workouts for creditors, arbitrations and mediations.
Cannata was admitted to the California bar in and is also admitted to practice before the U. Court of Appeal, Ninth Circuit. She was a certified Criminal Law Specialist from to She is a regular faculty member for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, teaching at the Deposition and Trial programs. Cannata has served as a commissioner pro tem for the Contra Costa Superior Court. In addition to her business law practice, Ms.
Cannata has dedicated herself to promoting delivery of pro bono legal services to low income and indigent persons throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
Her philosophy is simple and direct: She is also active with a local shelter meal program providing for homeless adults and families. Kathleen Cannon has been a criminal defense attorney in private practice since She was also a supervisor of branch operations. Cannon moved to the San Diego County Public Defender in where she was a supervisor of both misdemeanor and felony divisions, headed the training section, and was the supervising administrator of the largest branch of the office located in Vista.
Handling the most complex, high profile cases, and performing outstanding in trials, Ms. Cannon won the respect and acclaim of the professional community. He retired in May Before joining Loyola in , he lectured at Northwestern Law School. He has been a member of the teaching faculty of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy since He was director of Loyola's trial practice program.
Ken is a senior litigator, mediator and arbitrator whose practice is concentrated in virtually every aspect of employment law. Ken also regularly consults with companies in how to avoid legal problems before they occur, and frequently conducts training on appropriate management and employee practices in the workplace. He is a frequent speaker at continuing legal education seminars, and has published numerous articles through the years on various employment law topics.
His practice focuses on complex commercial and white collar criminal litigation in the areas of antitrust, financial institutions, intellectual property and securities. He is a frequent author and speaker on topics related to federal trial practice and his substantive areas of expertise. University of San Diego School of Law. Member of the California Bar, Present.
Dublin, Ireland, Summer Pro Bono Legal Advocates: Trained mediator for small claims court, Moot Court Board Associate Member: Alumni Torts Competition semi-finalist, Pi Sigma Alpha Vice President, Negotiate cases with the District Attorney.
Enter pleas on behalf of my clients. Write motions regarding Constitutional violations or other legal matters that arise during the course of the case.
Construct mitigation motions for post-conviction matters. Attend numerous MCLE trainings annually. Conducted over 35 trials. Jean Cary is a leading teacher and scholar in the field of depositions. In and again in , Professor Cary was a visiting associate professor of law at Duke University where she taught Family Law. Before coming to Campbell, Professor Cary worked as the first civil law clinic instructor at the University of North Carolina School of Law, and she practiced law with legal services offices in Charlotte, Raleigh and Hillsborough where she represented clients who could not afford to hire an attorney.
Casados is semi retired. He was born December 4, , in Gallup, New Mexico. He graduated from University of New Mexico law school June, Cassidy developed and launched both programs while at NSU.
Cassidy is experienced in complex civil and criminal litigation and has a solid background in state and federal practice. Cassidy received her J. He graduated magna cum laude from Hastings and earned degrees with distinction and honors in Political Science and Psychology from Stanford University. His practice focuses solely on representing individuals charged with the most serious criminal offenses. He has tried over fifty cases to verdict, including homicide and child sexual assault cases.
Solomon's unique skillset as a gifted advocate first became apparent while attending California Western School of Law. In his first year, he became the first student to win two separate advocacy competitions. In his second year, his trial team won first place in the American Association for Justice's Trial Advocacy Competition. In his third year, Solomon worked abroad in Santiago, Chile, assisting in trial skills training for Chilean public defenders.
At the time, Chile had just begun transitioning toward an adversarial criminal justice system modeled after the United States. After graduation, the school brought Solomon on as an adjunct professor to teach Trial Advocacy. He also began coaching competitive mock trial teams. His students have consistently won regional and national competitions.
Solomon's passion for advocacy and teaching soon caught the eyes of his supervisors at the Public Defender's office.
He now assists with training and development for new attorney hires. His natural ability to assist students in honing their trial skills while using the NITA method ultimately led to his inclusion in this year's Next Generation NextGen Faculty. Solomon received his B. Criminal defense-misdemeanors, felonies, homicides and appeals; juvenile law- delinquencies, extended-jurisdiction juveniles, certifications and appeals; child protection-trials and appeals; and constitutional law Organizations: Tucker Charns has been a criminal defense attorney in North Carolina since She has represented clients as a public defender and private attorney in pleas, trials, appeals and post-conviction in state courts.
She assists, consults and provides training for over criminal defense attorneys under contract to represent poor folks charged with crimes in 11 North Carolina counties. Her focuses are fierce client-centered representation, family and ice hockey. Widely recognized for her legal work, Doris Cheng has been ranked as one of the top 50 women lawyers and top lawyers in Northern California.
She has obtained seven and eight figure settlements and verdicts on behalf of catastrophically injured plaintiffs. She is a member of the Kaiser Arbitration Oversight Board. As part of the Rule of Law Initiative, Ms. Cheng has conducted training programs for trial lawyers and judges in Mexico, Kosovo, and Macedonia.
She previously served on the faculty at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, where she continues to be regularly invited as a guest speaker to the international LLM students. He assumed the position previously occupied by the Honorable Michael Hayden, who retired at the end of that year. Judge Chun graduated from Columbia University with a B. He started his legal career as a law clerk to the Honorable Eugene A.
He then entered private practice and focused on complex commercial and employment litigation for over eighteen years. For the last eight years of his practice, Judge Chun was at the firm of Summit Law Group, where he was a member and served on the executive board.
Cicoski is an associate in the firm's Litigation Group. He represents clients in a variety of corporate and complex commercial litigation matters including claims for breach of contract, theft of trade secrets, and violations of restrictive covenants. Cicoski also assists clients defending antitrust and unfair competition claims as well as policyholders pursuing complex insurance coverage litigation against their insurers.
He has also briefed and argued appeals before the Delaware Supreme Court and other appellate tribunals. Cicoski handles at least one pro bono matter each year. He has previously represented a minor in connection with pending immigration proceedings, served as appellate counsel to an incarcerated plaintiff, and assisted a veteran in proceedings before the U. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Herrmann Technology Inn of Court in Delaware. Clark practices in the area of litigation with concentrations in securities and financial fraud, as well as white-collar law and healthcare law in administrative, civil and criminal matters. Clark has been lead counsel in over jury trials. He has counseled clients, including healthcare providers, insurers and financial institutions, and has conducted internal investigations and advised on compliance and corporate governance matters.
Clark frequently writes and presents on a variety of topics, including antitrust; corporate compliance and governance; ethics; internal investigations; pharmaceutical law; securities law; and white-collar defense issues. He is also a faculty instructor for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, and has taught at its trial advocacy, depositions, and advanced deposition programs. Before entering private practice, he was a longtime federal prosecutor, and served as the Chief of the Criminal Division for the U.
His practice primarily involved jury trials in significant commercial litigation and catastrophic personal injury cases. A graduate of Notre Dame Law School, he undertook his legal education after a successful military career as an infantry officer. Clemens served as Indiana Counsel to numerous insurers and transportation entities.
University of Notre Dame J. Additional honors include the following: Clemens is a veteran of more than 50 jury trials tried to verdict -- eight involving deaths, four involving closed head injuries and alleged brain damage, and three involving quadriplegia. Other jury trials have involved allegations of bad faith against insurers and wrongful discharge claims against employers. Clemens served as lead defense counsel in several jury trials in which juries have been asked to return seven and eight figure verdicts.
Clemens served as lead defense counsel in seven cases involving quadriplegic plaintiffs, four of which settled prior to trial, and three of which were tried to verdict.
Clemens served as a Certified Mediator, and successfully resolved scores of cases, including several with seven and eight figure verdict potential. Jeffrey Michael Cohen A. He also has extensive experience handling appeals. Cohen has appeared as counsel in over 75 reported appellate decisions. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit U. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit U. District Court, Southern District of Florida. Dustin Collier grew up in a working-class family, the second to graduate from college.
He is also the first in his family to attend graduate school of any kind, bringing to that experience a passion and understanding for the plight of workers. In an impressive feat, Mr. Collier published an extensive article on prison reform in the Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law and won an award from the State Bar of California for an article on labor and employment law, all before graduating from law school. He has served as a faculty member at NITA programs in San Diego, Berkeley, San Francisco, and Seattle, training countless other attorneys on how to effectively conduct depositions and trials.
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