5 June 2007 - Andrew J. Pincus, a partner in Mayer Brown's Supreme Court and Appellate Practice Group and co-author of an amicus brief in the case, is quoted in today's Washington Post commenting on the Supreme Court's decision in Sole v. Wyner, in which the Court held that a plaintiff who wins a preliminary injunction but then loses in a decision on the merits that rejects the grounds for granting the preliminary injunction cannot be awarded attorney's fees under Section 1988.

The Washington Post article is available here.

The amicus brief filed by Mayer Brown is available here.