We have successfully litigated high-stakes appeals in every federal court of appeals in the country, as well as many state supreme and intermediate courts.  Our extensive appellate experience runs the gamut, encompassing matters involving antitrust, arbitration, attorneys’ fees, bankruptcy, class actions, copyright, criminal prosecutions, education, elections, employment, energy, environmental, ERISA, the False Claims Act, the Food, Drug, & Cosmetic Act, health care, labor, national security, patent, preemption, professional liability, punitive damages, RICO, securities, telecommunications, tribal law, the Voting Rights Act, and all manner of constitutional issues.  We have successfully handled patent appeals to the Federal Circuit, administrative appeals to the D.C. Circuit, petitions for mandamus, and petitions for interlocutory appeal under 28 U.S.C. §1292(b) and Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(f).

Representative matters handled by our attorneys include:

NetChoice v. Attorney General, State of Florida (11th Cir.): successfully represented NetChoice in securing a decision holding that a Florida law targeting social media platforms violates the First Amendment

Pulse Network v. Visa (5th Cir.): successfully represented Pulse in securing reversal and reassignment in a long-running antitrust challenge to Visa’s debit network practices

Thompson v. Hebdon (9th Cir.): successfully represented individuals in a case holding Alaska’s campaign contribution limits unconstitutional after securing a vacatur and remand from the Supreme Court

In re: Tribune Company Fraudulent Conveyance Litigation (2d Cir.): successfully represented McCormick Foundation and Cantigny Trust in securing affirmance of the dismissal of state-law claims arising out of the Tribune Company’s $8 billion leveraged buyout

United States v. Brown (11th Cir.): successfully represented former Congresswoman Corinne Brown in securing an en banc decision reversing a district court’s dismissal of a juror for stating that he relied on divine guidance in discharging his deliberation duties

Snyder’s-Lance v. Frito-Lay North America (4th Cir.):  successfully represented Snyder’s-Lance in a case of first impression regarding jurisdiction to review decisions of the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board

California v. EPA (D.C. Cir.): successfully represented the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers in securing dismissal of an attempt to block the EPA from reconsidering stringent greenhouse gas emission standards for cars and light trucks

NFL Players Associate v. NFL (2d & 5th Cir.): successfully represented the NFL in high-profile litigation challenging the suspensions of Tom Brady and Ezekiel Elliott

Aoki v. Johnson & Johnson (5th Cir.): successfully represented Johnson & Johnson in securing vacatur of a $502 million jury verdict in its first bellwether hip-implant case