Ansell Grimm & Aaron
NJ.com reported on Attorneys Joshua Bauchner and Rahool Patel are representing several groups suing the New Jersey Department of Health for putting the licensing process on hold. On January 13, 2020, the Superior Court of New Jersey Appellate Division issued an order which clarifies its stay against the Department of Health (DOH).
Gavelytics, a Los Angeles-based legal tech software company that offers insights into civil trial court judges and the law firms and companies that appear before them, has launched its business analytics tool. Dewey B Strategic.com reported on Gavelytics’ Business Intelligence Tool which merges judicial and motion practice technologies with trial court analytics about law firms and litigants. Users can access useful data from a single platform to make smarter business decisions.
LawPracticeToday.com has published an article from Gavelytics, “How Legal Support Staff Can Facilitate Litigation Analytics Adoption.”
Laffey Bucci & Kent, LLP
Philadelphia-based attorney and firm partner Brian Kent was quoted by KYW News Radio regarding the Michael White case. Prosecutors were trying to prohibit the reading of victim statements at the sentencing hearing.
Former Montgomery County prosecutor Stewart Ryan, who now works for Laffey Bucci & Kent, LLP, was quoted by the Associated Press in an article on jury selection for the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault case being held in New York. Ryan was a principal prosecutor for the Bill Cosby trial.
Stewart Ryan was quoted in Vanity Fair magazine, about jury selection for the Harvey Weinstein trial in New York City
McGlinchey Stafford PLLC
PBS.org and The Washington Post reported that attorney Robert Driscoll, who represents acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, put out a statement regarding information in John Bolton’s upcoming book that refers to Mulvaney’s conversation with President Trump or anyone else about the withholding of military aid to Ukraine.
Attorney at Law Magazine has announced that McGlinchey Stafford PLLC has promoted four new Members (partners). They are from offices in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Irvine, and Houston. Two attorneys have also been promoted to Of Counsel.
Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel LLP
The Philadelphia Business Journal has included Panitch Schwarze in its list of Largest Law Firms (#71) in the Philadelphia region.
Stoel Rives LLP
Stoel Rives has promoted 11 attorneys to partner status, announcements were in Attorney at Law Magazine. The new partners are from the Boise, Minneapolis, Portland, Salt Lake City, and Seattle offices.
Minnesota Lawyer announced that environmental attorney Thomas J. Braun has been elected to the board of directors of the environmental conservation nonprofit Great River Greening. Braun will serve a one-year term, starting immediately. The magazine has also noted that litigation attorney Ellen Ostrow has been named the 2018 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year by the Utah State Bar Pro Bono Bankruptcy Project.
Willig, Williams & Davidson
Managing Partner Deborah Willig of labor and employment law firm Willig, Williams & Davidson was quoted by the Philadelphia NPR affiliate WHYY 91FM during a news conference with the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers announcing a lawsuit against the Philadelphia School District for asbestos in the schools. In addition, the story was picked up by National Public Radio for national broadcast.
Willig, Williams & Davidson was named in the Philadelphia Business Journal’s list of Largest Law Firms (#46) in the Philadelphia region.
The Legal Intelligencer announced that Philadelphia labor, employment, workers’ compensation and family law firm Willig, Williams & Davidson promoted attorneys Thomas M. Gribbin, Jr. and Aneesah El-Amin-Jaamia to partner.
Women Owned Law
Law.com’s Corporate Counsel featured an article about Women Owned Law (“WOL”) and the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (“NGLCC”) issuing an open letter to Intel Corporation’s Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Steven R. Rodgers, praising the company’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.