lead counsel

lead counsel

noun advocate in charge, commanddng counsel, controlling counsel, counsel in charge, first counsel, supervising and controlling counsel
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District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, the report points to factors that explain why women are consistently underrepresented in lead counsel positions and in the role of trial attorney.
The Lead Counsel Rating was established in 1997 as an independent quality assurance tool consumers and businesses can use to quickly and easily evaluate a prospective attorney's ability and credibility.
Constantine Cannon, Lead Counsel for United States merchants in the Visa Check/MasterMoney Antitrust Litigation, CV 96-5238 (EDNY), today advised Class Members as follows:
Constantine Cannon (formerly Constantine & Partners), Lead Counsel for United States merchants in the Visa Check/MasterMoney Antitrust Litigation, CV 96-5238, today advised Class Members as follows:
Lead Counsel has directed the Claims Administrator to mail checks to Class Members for overcharges on Visa and MasterCard signature debit and credit card transactions during the period October 1992 to July 2003.
The teameIUs high profile successes include serving as lead counsel in a precedent-setting settlements with the SEC and U.
While many of the pending cases are at the earliest stages of litigation, Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP has already been appointed lead counsel in actions against officers and directors of AMCC, Caremark, Mercury Interactive, Novellus Systems, and Xilinx.
He has been lead counsel in some of the most complex antitrust, sports law and IP law cases in the country including major jury trials and has represented a number of U.
He was the lead counsel in the first WTO case against China, shaping both the litigation and public affairs strategies for the Administration.
BMS") for over five years, Labaton Sucharow, Lead Counsel representing the class and Lead Plaintiff, the LongView Collective Investment Fund of the Amalgamated Bank, reached an agreement in principle to settle the claims for $185 million in addition to meaningful corporate governance reforms that will affect future consumers and investors alike.