ERISA/Employee Benefits Litigation
Morgan Lewis has been recognized for its labor and employment capabilities in The Legal 500’s inaugural United States Awards 2014.
Morgan Lewis’s Labor and Employment team in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office was named The National Law Journal’s 2014 Labor & Employment Litigation Department of the Year in the Washington region.
Labor and Employment partner Nicole Diller is quoted.
ERISA Litigation partner Gregory Braden is quoted.
ERISA Litigation partner Gregory C. Braden is quoted.
Labor & Employment partner Joseph Costello participates in Law360's Q&A series.
The arrival of new partners Marla J. Kreindler, Julie K. Stapel, and Michael M. Philipp is covered.
Morgan Lewis today announced that Marla J. Kreindler and Julie K. Stapel—two well-known ERISA fiduciary lawyers—have joined the firm as partners in its Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation practice, resident in Chicago.
Charles Jackson comments on the Brieger et al. v. Tellabs, Inc. decision.
Charles Jackson, Nicole Diller, Deborah Davidson, and Thomas Hurka are credited for the dismissal of a recent ERISA suit against Computer Sciences Corporation.
Morgan Lewis today announced the addition of two more attorneys to its Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation Practice.
The American Lawyer named Morgan Lewis a finalist in its 2008 Litigation Department of the Year -- Labor and Employment Law category.
141 Morgan Lewis lawyers have been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America 2008.
Morgan Lewis is pleased to announce that Gregory Braden has joined the firm's Labor and Employment Practice. He will focus his practice on ERISA litigation as well as employee benefits issues, including employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) transactions.
The American Lawyer named Morgan Lewis as the winner in its 2006 Litigation Department of the Year -- Labor and Employment Law category.
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP has been named the winner of the labor and employment category of The American Lawyer’s Litigation Department of the Year competition.
Morgan Lewis has been named as the winner in the labor and employment category of The American Lawyer's 2006 Litigation Department of the Year competition.