Litigation Wins

Achieving critical litigation victories requires not only great skill but also perseverance, ingenuity and adaptation to changing circumstances and client needs. This year, once again, we take pride in the achievements of attorneys across all of our global litigation practices, who exhibited the tenacity and creativity that our clients expect as we partner with them to tackle their most complex business disputes.

We likewise strive to improve and adapt our communication of these achievements. On the occasion of our thirteenth annual Litigation Wins Report, we have introduced this digital companion microsite that provides additional perspective on Weil’s litigation expertise and successes, and allows for more granular review by date, team members, industries, and nature of victory. We encourage you to visit often, as we will continually update the microsite to reflect new developments.

Jonathan Polkes and David Lender
Global Co-Chairs, Litigation Department

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August 2015

Pro Bono - TCRP - Advocating for the Hearing-Impaired at Hospitals

September 2015

Farmers Insurance Exchange

November 2015

eBay Inc.

January 2016

Sanofi

Farmers Insurance Exchange

Simon & Schuster

Pro Bono - Pelican Bay - Ending Indeterminate Long-Term Solitary Confinement in California

iStar Financial

Nortek Global HVAC

February 2016

Philip Morris USA

Showtime Networks

Jinpeng Group Limited

Pro Bono - NYC-DOE - Winning an Appeal for a Speech-Impaired Student

March 2016

Sanofi

Kinder Morgan

Lehman Brothers Holdings

Samsung

April 2016

Repsol

Adobe Systems

Forbes Media LLC

Vivendi Universal

May 2016

Signet Jewelers Limited

June 2016

lululemon athletica

Procter & Gamble

Marsh & McLennan

July 2016

Sanofi

VOXX

Credit Suisse

August 2016

Morgan Stanley

Ingenious Investments

Lehman Brothers

Discovery Communications and Animal Planet

CBS

September 2016

Illumina

T-Mobile US

Nortek Global HVAC

November 2016

Pro Bono - The Clemency Project

December 2016

Fidelity National Financial and Lender Processing Services, Inc.

Kinder Morgan

January 2017

iStar Financial

A - E

Allerhand, Joseph

Amsel, Joshua

Berezin, Robert

Bobrow, Jared

Brown, Allison

Buchweitz, Yehudah

Cappella, Anne

Carangelo, Robert

Dutka, Paul

F - J

Field-Lowes, Hannah

Friedmann, Jared

Garcia, Christopher

Guy, Ray

Hochstadt, Eric

Isakoff, Peter

K - O

Lender, David

Maples, Jamie

Maskin, Arvin

Mastando III, John

Miller, Ralph

Nettleton, Stacy

Neuwirth, John

P - T

Pappas, Nicholas

Percer, Adrian

Pines, Lori

Polkes, Jonathan

Radin, Stephen

Reines, Edward

Schiller, Miranda

Silbert, Gregory

Singer, Randi

Soto, Edward

Sullivan, Diane

Tsekerides, Theodore

U - Z

White, Jeff

Yohai, David

Zalka, Caroline

Energy

Kinder Morgan

Repsol

Financial Services

Credit Suisse

Fidelity National Financial and Lender Processing Services, Inc.

Lehman Brothers

Lehman Brothers Holdings

Marsh & McLennan

Morgan Stanley

Healthcare and Life Sciences

Illumina

Sanofi

Hospitality and Leisure

Jinpeng Group Limited

Insurance

Farmers Insurance Exchange

Media and Entertainment

CBS

Discovery Communications and Animal Planet

Forbes Media LLC

Ingenious Investments

Showtime Networks

Simon & Schuster

Vivendi Universal

Real Estate

iStar Financial

Retail and Consumer Products

lululemon athletica

Nortek Global HVAC

Philip Morris USA

Procter & Gamble

Signet Jewelers Limited

VOXX

Technology

Adobe Systems

eBay Inc.

Samsung

T-Mobile US

Appeal

Adobe Systems

CBS

eBay Inc.

Ingenious Investments

iStar Financial

Kinder Morgan

Lehman Brothers Holdings

Marsh & McLennan

Procter & Gamble

Samsung

Sanofi

Signet Jewelers Limited

T-Mobile US

Arbitration

Forbes Media LLC

Jinpeng Group Limited

Class Certification

Nortek Global HVAC

Dismissal

Farmers Insurance Exchange

Lehman Brothers

lululemon athletica

Nortek Global HVAC

Sanofi

Showtime Networks

VOXX

Preliminary Injunction

Illumina

Pro Bono

NYC-DOE - Winning an Appeal for a Speech-Impaired Student

Pelican Bay - Ending Indeterminate Long-Term Solitary Confinement in California

TCRP - Advocating for the Hearing-Impaired at Hospitals

The Clemency Project

Summary Judgment

Credit Suisse

Morgan Stanley

Repsol

Simon & Schuster

Trial Verdict

Discovery Communications and Animal Planet

Fidelity National Financial and Lender Processing Services, Inc.

Philip Morris USA

Clients note “There’s nothing they cannot do…They give you expertise from creative angles and create strong arguments.”

Chambers USA

Weil’s Litigation Department has “a very deep bench in which all lawyers are meticulous, smart, careful, practical, energetic and tenacious.”

Legal 500 US

Weil “constructs attorney teams on a national level that provide highly tailored advice. The result is a premier level of service that very few firms can match.”

Legal 500 US

Clients highlight Weil’s “total substantive expertise – they know the law in whatever area you’re focused on, backwards and forwards, up and down, inside and out.”

Chambers USA

Weil “is the epitome of the ‘bet the farm’ litigation firm... ‘They are extremely thorough and will leave no rock unturned.’”

Legal 500 US