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    • Martinez, Roman
    • 04 January 2017
      The National Law Journal
      Latham's Supreme Court & Appellate practice welcomes back Roman Martinez, a former Latham associate who spent the last three years as an assistant to the solicitor general at the U.S. Justice Department.
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    • US Supreme Court, Washington, D.C.
    • 26 December 2016
      National Law Journal
      Latham’s Supreme Court & Appellate Practice is honored for the ninth year for “winning big in federal and state appeals courts across the country.”
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    • gavel & scales
    • 22 March 2016
      Law360
      The D.C. Circuit orders the Federal Maritime Commission to reconsider its decision to let the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey give a lease discount to one terminal operator while rejecting a similar deal for Maher Terminals LLC, represented by Latham.
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    • 16 April 2015
      Law360
      When Melissa Arbus Sherry returned to Latham & Watkins LLP after five years as an assistant to the solicitor general of the United States, she brought with her the experience of having personally argued 10 cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, placing her among Law360’s top appellate attorneys under 40.
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    • 06 April 2015
      Washington Business Journal
      Supreme Court & Appellate partner Melissa Arbus Sherry is recognized as one of Washington, DC's top young professionals.
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    • 25 March 2015
      Law360
      Omnicare held that a company cannot be liable for an honestly-held opinion simply because it turned out to be objectively false, but left open the possibility of Section 11 liability for material omissions.
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