Angelle Smith Baugh is special counsel in the firm’s Election and Political Law and White Collar Litigation practice groups. She has significant experience in broad-based crisis management, advising clients on legal and political matters presenting complex risks.
Ms. Baugh's practice focuses on defending companies and ...
Ann Flannery’s practice focuses on federal criminal defense, particularly the representation of individuals in white collar investigations and prosecutions. An accomplished trial lawyer, she has achieved federal jury acquittals for clients facing allegations ranging from a $20 million bank fraud to multiple armed bank robberies.
After 30 years as a successful employment and business/commercial trial lawyer, Ann brings her
wealth of experience and skills to JW to serve as an arbitrator and mediator. In her 3 decades as
an associate, partner and rainmaker she has tried, arbitrated, and mediated hundreds of cases
Anna Halsey counsels clients on intellectual property and complex litigation matters in the biomedical and life sciences sector, with an emphasis on patent litigation and licensing disputes. She represents companies in district courts across the country seeking to enforce their intellectual property rights and those accused of patent, trademark ...
Anna Mouw Thompson has experience in a range of general business litigation matters. She has dealt with contract disputes arising under the Uniform Commercial Code, analyzed issues of federal preemption of state discovery law and assessed risks arising under international copyright and privacy law.
Anna earned ...
Anne Tyler Hall understands first-hand the importance of strategically-designed, legally-compliant benefit plans aimed at attracting, motivating, and retaining top employees. She also understands the importance of responsive and timely legal compliance guidance to businesses who are in six, seven, and eight-figure Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Department of Labor (DOL), ...
As a partner in the Business Litigation group, Tony helps clients overcome legal obstacles in order to protect their assets and manage litigation risk in pursuit of their strategic goals. He believes that a big part of his job is assessing risk for his clients in order to help ...
Anthony F. Lo Cicero, Esq. is a partner in the law firm of Amster, Rothstein & Ebenstein LLP. Mr. Lo Cicero advises and litigates in all areas of patent, trademark, and copyright law, and has been instrumental in developing and enforcing trademark anticounterfeiting laws in the United States and ...
Anthony Fuga is a Chicago intellectual property litigator and represents clients – plaintiffs or defendants – in all forms of IP disputes. Mr. Fuga has represented clients in patent, trade secret, trademark, copyright and Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) disputes.
Mr. Fuga's recent successes include:<...
Anthony J. Palermo is a Tampa litigation attorney who represents clients in complex commercial disputes, governmental investigations, enforcement actions, and administrative proceedings, arbitrations, and state and federal court litigation, including through trial and appeal. Mr. Palermo also advises clients on regulatory compliance and corporate governance issues with a particular ...
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