Monthly Archives: March 2011

Winston & Strawn Adds More Than 40 Howrey IP and Commercial Litigation Atttorneys, Establishes Houston Office

“We are delighted to welcome these Howrey colleagues and practices to Winston,” said Dan K. Webb, the firm’s chairman. “The synergies for our existing IP and litigation practices are outstanding.”
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Winston’s Elizabeth Papez Updates SCOTUS Business Cases

As Papez explained in that broadcast, “The Supreme Court’s ruling in Kirk could significantly impact the many multi-billion dollar industries that do business with the federal government because the decision will help define the circumstances in which plaintiffs who are not government lawyers, and would otherwise lack standing to sue, can use the federal courts to pursue large financial bounties for proving fraud on the Government.”
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Federal Prosecutors Pierce Corporate Attorney-Client Privilege

“The conviction creates deeply troubling implications for the attorney-client privilege in the corporate setting,” said Bill Sullivan, a partner at Winston & Strawn’s DC Office, with a robust white collar crime practice. Continue reading

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Winston & Strawn Bolsters Advertising, Marketing and Regulatory Investigations Practice With Addition of Anthony E. DiResta to its Washington, D.C. Office–strawn-bolsters-advertising-marketing-and-regulatory-investigations-practice-with-addition-of-anthony-e-diresta-to-its-washington-dc-office-117405988.html

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Gene Schaerr at Winston & Strawn Today Reacted to the U.S. Supreme Court’s 8-1 Vote on Protesting at Military Funerals

“We’re also pleased that the U.S. Supreme Court recognized how offensive the protests at issue in this case were to the family and to all those who have served honorably in our Nation’s military,” Schaerr concluded. Continue reading

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