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    • November 17, 2014 share view
       
    • Appellate Hot List 2014: Latham & Watkins
    • National Law Journal
    • Led by former Solicitor General Gregory Garre, the U.S. Supreme Court and appellate practice group at Latham & Watkins takes on some of the toughest and complicated high-stakes cases—and wins.
    • October 2014 share view
       
    • Success With A Clean Slate
    • Chicago Lawyer
    • Chicago Lawyer writes about its visit to Latham's 32-year old Chicago office in its new office space in the iconic AMA Plaza. Among other things, the magazine noted the client-centered approach the firm took to the design, and the numerous nods to the city throughout the space.
    • October 30, 2014 share view
       
    • Biotech’s Gentleman Lawyer: Alan Mendelson
    • mendelspod.com
    • Corporate partner Alan Mendelson sits down in a video interview to discuss his career and his reaction to being honored with one of BayBio’s prestigious Pantheon Lifetime Achievement Awards
    • October 28, 2014 share view
       
    • ZTE Infringes InterDigital Wireless Patents, Jury Says
    • Law360
    • A Delaware federal jury found that smartphones made by Chinese mobile device company ZTE Corp. infringe three patents for wireless technology of Latham client InterDigital Communications Inc.
    • October 27, 2014 share view
       
    • Winning: His Confidence in the Client Won the Day
    • National Law Journal
    • Litigation partner Patrick Gibbs is featured in National Law Journal's special Winning report for his insider trading trial victory over the SEC.
    • October 23, 2014 share view
       
    • Health Software Co. Escapes Class Claim Via 'Safe Harbor'
    • Law360
    • The article discusses how a California federal judge tossed a shareholder class action against a health records software provider and its directors and officers after finding that their optimistic projections about the future of electronic medical records fell under the safe harbor provision of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act.
 
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