Whitney Redding concentrates her practice in commercial litigation, with a particular emphasis on domestic and international arbitration, appellate work, and complex breach of contract litigation. She has provided successful representation to Fortune 500 companies, midsize companies and national and international clients.
Whitney regularly counsels and offers trainings to ...
Wifredo A. "Willy" Ferrer, the former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Florida, is the chair of Holland & Knight's Global Compliance and Investigations Team and the executive partner of the firm's Miami office. Mr. Ferrer focuses his practice primarily on internal corporate investigations, corporate ...
William Hornsby served as staff counsel at the American Bar Association for 30 years. During that time, he led a variety of ABA entities dedicated to expanding legal services, including the Commission on Advertising and the Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services. As staff counsel to the Commission ...
Bill Lawler represents corporations, organizations, government entities, and individuals in high-stakes, high-profile matters in federal and state courts and before regulatory agencies and Congress.
His practice focuses on government enforcement actions and his clients’ response to and interactions with them. The specific subject of the actions ...
William F. Dahill is a member of Dunnington’s employment and litigation, arbitration and mediation practice area. Since 1991 Mr. Dahill has concentrated his practice on complex commercial litigation and employment litigation and counseling. Areas of focus include securities industry litigation, employment litigation, secured lending disputes, partnership disputes, shareholder ...
William J. Anthony focuses his labor and employment practice on class, collective, and multi-party actions, including a broad spectrum of federal and state law wage and hour claims. He has successfully defended against actions alleging misclassification of independent contractors, misclassification of employees, “off the clock” work, failure ...
Private Practice, New York, New York - 1991 to Present
General practice, including advice to wealthy individuals and the businesses in which they are involved including a wide variety of domestic and international corporate, securities, real estate, labor law issues, including employment contract negotiation and litigation, and art law ...
Yariv Ben-Ari is a partner in Herrick's Real Estate Department and a co-chair of both the firm's Israel practice group and Real Estate Hospitality group.
Yariv advises real estate lenders, trustees, servicers, owners, operators, developers and contractors on a variety of sophisticated matters. An Israeli-American, and a ...
Zachary Schroeder is an associate in Crowell & Moring’s Washington, D.C. office, where he practices in the Government Contracts Group.
Zach represents contractors in both litigation and counseling matters. His practice focuses on representing contractors in bid protests before the Government Accountability Office (GAO), ...
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