Represented E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company before the U.S. Supreme Court, resulting in a victory. The court held that a plan administrator of a qualified retirement plan was entitled to rely on the plan's beneficiary designation forms, rather than having to honor attempted beneficiary designations made through a divorce decree.

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Intellectual property and corporate advice for a software development and system supply company
Represented a software development and system supply company in providing high end i-gaming platforms and products.  The firm assisted the software more
Trademark registration for Chippendales
Represents Chippendales in its efforts to obtain inherently distinctive registration for it's famous Cuff's and Collars uniform.  The case is more
Representation of EPC Contractor with claims on coal-fired power plant project
Represented an EPC contractor, which was a limited partnership comprised of three international design and construction firms, in litigation in more
Breach of contract and breach of warranty claims against power generation equipment manufacturer
The firm served as lead counsel in defending a global equipment manufacturer against breach of contract and breach of warranty claims brought by one more