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HTML DocumentMayer Brown a Law360 “Practice Group of the Year”
in Appellate, Class Action and Environmental categories

Mayer Brown, a leading global law firm, has been named by the online legal publication Law360 as a “Practice Group of the Year” for 2011 in the Appellate, Class Action and Environmental categories. Read >>
PDF Document4th Circ. Tosses Suit Over FDA-Approved Medtronic Device
Law360 discusses Walker v. Medtronic, a case successfully argued by Washington, DC appellate partner Andrew Tauber. Read >>
External DocumentSupreme Court says police need warrant for GPS tracking
Washington, DC Litigation partner Andy Pincus quoted on the Supreme Court’s ruling in U.S v. Jones that police must obtain a warrant from a judge before placing a GPS tracking device on a vehicle. Read >>
External DocumentMayer Brown Partner Tim Bishop Quoted In Editorial
Chicago-based partner Tim Bishop, who represents the petitioners in Georgia Pacific West v. Northwest Environmental Defense Center, which is currently pending before the U.S. Supreme Court, was quoted in an editorial discussing the case. Read >>
External DocumentScalia Finds 18th-Century Precedent For GPS Search
Washington, DC Litigation partner Andy Pincus quoted on the Supreme Court’s ruling in U.S v. Jones that police must obtain a warrant from a judge before placing a GPS tracking device on a vehicle. Read >>
External DocumentWarrant needed for GPS tracking, high court says
Washington, DC Litigation partner Andy Pincus quoted on the Supreme Court’s ruling in U.S v. Jones that police must obtain a warrant from a judge before placing a GPS tracking device on a vehicle.
Article appeared in more than 250 outlets. Read >>
External DocumentHigh Court: Warrant Needed For GPS Tracking Device
Washington, DC Litigation partner Andy Pincus quoted on the Supreme Court’s ruling in U.S v. Jones that police must obtain a warrant from a judge before placing a GPS tracking device on a vehicle. Read >>
HTML DocumentPolice violated 4th Amendment with GPS tracking, Court rules
Washington, DC Litigation partner Andy Pincus quoted on the Supreme Court’s ruling in U.S v. Jones that police must obtain a warrant from a judge before placing a GPS tracking device on a vehicle.
Article also appeared in The New York Law Journal and The Legal Intelligencer. Read >>
Reprinted with permission from the January 23, 2012 edition of The National Law Journal © 2012 ALM Properties, Inc. All rights reserved. Further duplication without permission is prohibited.
External DocumentSupreme Court: Warrants needed in GPS tracking
Washington, DC Litigation partner Andy Pincus quoted on the Supreme Court’s ruling in U.S v. Jones that police must obtain a warrant from a judge before placing a GPS tracking device on a vehicle. Read >>
External DocumentSupreme Court GPS Tracking Decision: Does It Prevent Warrantless Long-Term Surveillance?
Washington, DC Litigation partner Andy Pincus quoted on the Supreme Court’s ruling in U.S v. Jones that police must obtain a warrant from a judge before placing a GPS tracking device on a vehicle. Read >>
HTML DocumentNinth Circuit Decertifies Nationwide Class in Honda Braking System Suit
On January 12, 2012, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit decertified a nationwide class in Mazza v. American Honda Motor Co., No. 09-55376, --- F.3d ---, 2012 WL 89176. Although the only named plaintiffs came from Florida and Maryland, they filed suit in California seeking to represent all persons nationwide who had purchased or leased new or used certain model-year Acura RL vehicles equipped with a Collision Mitigation Braking System (CMBS). Read >>
PDF DocumentAppellate Group Of The Year: Mayer Brown
Mayer Brown is profiled as one of the Law360’s “Appellate Groups of 2011.” Read >>
HTML DocumentAppellate Lawyer of the Week: Charles Rothfeld
Washington, DC Litigation special counsel Charles Rothfeld named as The National Law Journal’s “Appellate Lawyer of the Week”. Read >>
Reprinted with permission from the January 4, 2012 edition of The National Law Journal © 2012 ALM Properties, Inc. All rights reserved. Further duplication without permission is prohibited.
PDF DocumentRetractable Technologies, Inc. v. Becton, Dickinson & Co.: The Federal Circuit’s Debate over Claim Construction Methodology and Deference Rages On
This article first appeared in a slightly different form in NYIPLA Bulletin October/November 2011. Read >>
HTML DocumentSixth Circuit Rejects Brand-Liability Theory Post-Pliva v. Mensing
On September 22, 2011, the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit ruled in Smith v. Wyeth, Inc., that former brand manufacturers of Reglan® (a prescription drug used to treat certain gastric disorders) could not be held liable for injuries caused by their competitors’ generic versions of the drug. On November 22, 2011, the court denied plaintiffs’ petition for rehearing en banc. Read >>
PDF DocumentUS Reps. Slam DOMA In 1st Circ. Same-Sex Benefits Fight
Washington, DC Litigation partner Miriam Nemetz and associates Kathleen Dawe and Michael Kimberly mentioned as representing members of Congress in a challenge of the Defense of Marriage Act. Read >>
External DocumentMarathon Arguments Hark Back to Daniel Webster Days
Chicago Litigation partner Stephen Shapiro quoted on the Supreme Court calling for 5½ hours of oral arguments over healthcare law. Subscription required. Read >>
External DocumentFive Things to Know About the Supreme Court and Health Care Reform Act
Washington DC Special Counsel Charles Rothfeld quoted on the Supreme Court’s examination of the Affordable Care Act. Read >>
HTML DocumentMayer Brown partner Archis A. Parasharami named to
The National Law Journal’s “Minority 40 Under 40”

Mayer Brown, a leading global law firm, announced today that Archis A. Parasharami, a partner in the firm’s Washington, DC Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice, was selected to The National Law Journal’s “Minority 40 Under 40,” which honors diverse attorneys who have wielded national influence in their practice areas. Read >>
HTML DocumentMinority 40 Under 40: Archis Parasharami
Washington, DC Litigation partner Archis Parasharami profiled for his selection to The National Law Journal’s “Minority 40 Under 40” list. Article also quotes Washington, DC Litigation partner Evan Tager. Read >>
Reprinted with permission from the October 31, 2011 edition of National Law Journal © 2011 ALM Properties, Inc. All rights reserved. Further duplication without permission is prohibited.
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