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Media Coverage
16 April 2014
National Law Journal
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andy Pincus (Washington, DC) is quoted in an article discussing the remaining cases on the docket in the current US Supreme Court term.
Media Coverage
19 March 2014
Newsweek
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andy Pincus (Washington, DC) is quoted on privacy rights.
Legal Update
13 March 2014
Mayer Brown Legal Update
The US Supreme Court has issued a decision in Daimler AG v. Bauman, 571 U.S. ___, 134 S. Ct. 746 (2014), that could be of substantial importance to non-US banks with US branches.
Media Coverage
13 March 2014
Law360
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andy Pincus (Washington, DC) is quoted on the case Alice Corp. Pty. Ltd. v. CLS Bank International et al. in the US Supreme Court.
Article
5 March 2014
Mayer Brown's Class Defense Blog
Does today’s oral argument before the Supreme Court in the Halliburton case provide any clues regarding the Court’s likely decision?
Article
4 March 2014
Media Coverage
27 February 2014
Law360
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andy Pincus and associate Paul Hughes (both Washington, DC) are mentioned as representing BSA|The Software Alliance in an article reporting on the case Alice Corp. Pty. Ltd. v. CLS Bank International et al. in the US Supreme Court.
White Paper
5 February 2014
Mayer Brown White Paper
The Halliburton v. Erica P. John Fund case now before the Supreme Court involves the validity of the “fraud on the market” principle, which relieves a plaintiff of the obligation to prove reliance on a false statement—a legally required element of securities fraud—by creating a presumption of reliance based on economic theories regarding the assumed efficiency of securities markets.
White Paper
5 February 2014
Media Coverage
22 January 2014
Law360
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andy Pincus (Washington, DC) is quoted in an article reporting that Delaware's Chancery Court judges are asking the US Supreme Court to review a lower court decision that stopped the court from overseeing private arbitrations.
Media Coverage
21 January 2014
Reuters
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andy Pincus (Washington, DC) is quoted on the state of Delaware asking the US Supreme Court to review a lower court decision that stopped the state's business court from overseeing private arbitrations.
Media Coverage
14 January 2014
The National Law Journal (subscription required)
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andy Pincus (Washington, DC) is quoted on the US Supreme Court decision in Daimler v. Bauman.
Media Coverage
14 January 2014
Bloomberg
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andy Pincus (Washington, DC) is quoted on the US Supreme Court decision in Daimler v. Bauman.
Media Coverage
14 January 2014
Law360
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andy Pincus (Washington, DC) is quoted on the US Supreme Court decision in Daimler v. Bauman that ruled that Daimler may not be sued in California by victims of alleged human rights violations in Argentina.
Media Coverage
13 January 2014
Forbes
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andy Pincus (Washington, DC) is quoted on the US Supreme Court case, NLRB v. Noel Canning.
Media Coverage
30 December 2013
The Wall Street Journal (subscription required)
Much of the debate over class actions has focused on anecdotes and theory rather than data. In an effort to bring objective evidence to the discussion, Mayer Brown recently conducted an empirical study of 148 consumer and employment class actions filed in or removed to federal court in 2009.
Book
December 2013
Edited and authored by Mayer Brown lawyers, Bloomberg BNA’s Second Edition, Federal Appellate Practice book is the primary resource for fully understanding the federal appellate process.
News Releases
6 December 2013
Six Mayer Brown partners from five practice areas have been recognized by Washingtonian magazine as “Best Lawyers” in the Washington DC area.
Media Coverage
20 November 2013
Law360
In a bylined article, Litigation & Dispute Resolution partners Andy Pincus and Archis Parasharami (both Washington, DC) discuss the California Supreme Court's decision in Sonic-Calabasas A Inc. v. Moreno.
Media Coverage
18 November 2013
Roll Call
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andy Pincus (Washington, DC) is quoted in an article reporting that the US Supreme Court is scheduled to meet privately to decide which of four cases, if any, to take up this term that challenge the Obama administration’s requirements that most health insurance plans cover birth control free of charge.  
Media Coverage
18 November 2013
The National Law Journal (subscription required)
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andy Pincus (Washington, DC) is quoted from a panel discussion held at the National Law Journal Regulatory Summit.
Media Coverage
18 November 2013
Daily Journal
In a bylined article, Litigation & Dispute Resolution partners Andy Pincus and Archis Parasharami (both Washington, DC) examine how two recent decisions in the US Circuit Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit underscore key points for the enforceability of arbitration agreements in California.
Media Coverage
13 November 2013
The Blog of the Legal Times
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andy Pincus (Washington, DC) is quoted from a panel discussion at the National Law Journal Regulatory Summit about the US Supreme Court’s regulatory docket.
Media Coverage
6 November 2013
Reuters
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andy Pincus' (Washington, DC) statements before a senate panel are quoted in an article reporting on a Congressional hearing in the US to discuss changes to rules that would limit the scope of discovery for federal civil cases.
Media Coverage
5 November 2013
The National Law Journal (subscription required)
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Andy Pincus' (Washington, DC) statements before a senate panel are quoted in an article reporting on a Congressional hearing in the US to discuss changes to rules that would limit the scope of discovery for federal civil cases.

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