K&L Gates LLP associate Amy Conant Hoang recently defended her client's $55 million military services contract from a slew of challengers and helped force the U.S. Department of Education to rethink a $2.8 billion debt-collection deal, earning her a spot as one of five government contracts practitioners under the age of 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
Latham & Watkins LLP partner Kevin C. Wheeler led a team of attorneys who secured two trial wins within the last two years at the U.S. International Trade Commission for a large provider of ATM machines, earning him a spot among the international trade law practitioners under age 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
Kate Baxter-Kauf of Lockridge Grindal Nauen PLLP served as a lead negotiator for the plaintiffs in a novel dispute over the scope of attorney-client privilege in data breach litigation, and represented a swath of financial institutions suing fast food giant Wendy's over a payment card breach, earning her a spot among the five cybersecurity and privacy law attorneys under age 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
King & Spalding’s Jacqueline Seidel is skilled at guiding clients through resolving complex litigation, such as representing Toyota in unintended acceleration cases, landing her on Law360’s list of one of five product liability attorneys under 40 recognized as Rising Stars.
Wigdor LLP’s Michael Willemin has helped workers for such titans of finance and media as JPMorgan Chase and Fox News bring suits to right alleged workplace wrongs in his young career, earning him a spot as one of five employment law attorneys under age 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
Kate Growley of Crowell & Moring LLP has successfully defended the former warden of Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center at the U.S. Supreme Court over detainee abuse allegations and has counseled various government contractors on security issues, earning her a spot among the five cybersecurity and privacy attorneys under the age of 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
Paul Hastings partner Felicia A. Davis helped narrow a suit accusing Google Inc. of underpaying women in California and beat back a sweeping Fair Credit Reporting Act class action brought on behalf of roughly 20,000 Disneyland job applicants, securing herself a place among five employment attorneys honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
Christian Davis of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP co-led its Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States practice before making partner and has continued dominating with achievements like helping International Data Group score clearance for its 2017 sale, becoming one of five international trade attorneys under 40 honored as Law360 Rising Stars.
Holland & Knight LLP partner Jenna C. Bigornia has spent her career advising clients on health care compliance issues, including helping close Express Scripts Holding Co.’s recent $3.6 billion purchase of eviCore, earning her a spot as one of five health care attorneys under age 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
Kelley Drye & Warren LLP partner William C. Petit has scored wins for the likes of Union Pacific Railroad in complex environmental litigation and served as go-to counsel to clients on environmental permitting and compliance matters, making him one of four environmental attorneys under 40 named to Law360's list of Rising Stars.
Arnold & Porter associate Sonia Tabriz has balanced successful trial defenses of clients such as Johnson Controls with pro bono work, including representing people impacted by the Trump administration's travel ban, earning her a place as one of five attorneys under age 40 honored as Law360’s government contracts Rising Stars.
Anthony Palermo of Holland & Knight LLP fought off a federal class action against a Florida-based surgery center in the wake of a data breach and provided pro bono legal advice to victims of Hurricane Irma, helping make him one of five consumer protection attorneys under 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
Winston & Strawn LLP partner Sean G. Wieber has amassed numerous defense victories in federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act cases, including wins for companies ranging from Travelers to Edible Arrangements, earning him a spot as one of five consumer protection law practitioners under age 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
Brittany Bacon of Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP made partner this year after assisting on Yahoo’s legal response to two massive data breaches as well as more recent breaches at other global companies, earning a spot among five cybersecurity and privacy attorneys under age 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
Katz Marshall & Banks LLP partner Alexis Ronickher has successfully represented clients in sexual discrimination and harassment cases, including a former congressional staffer who brought allegations against then-Congressman Patrick Meehan, and in whistleblower actions, making her one of five employment attorneys under age 40 honored as a Law360 Rising Star.
King & Spalding LLP partner Elizabeth Silbert has steered major oil companies through investment disputes and other cases against foreign governments, guiding Chevron in a long-running pollution battle with Ecuador and helping ConocoPhillips secure a $337 million deal in an expropriation case against the South American nation, earning her a place as one of three international arbitration attorneys under 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
Butler Rubin Saltarelli & Boyd LLP partner Ursula Taylor has led her firm's push into the health care field, guiding major insurers like the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association and Premera Blue Cross in high-stakes litigation over industry hot topics like the Affordable Care Act, making her one of five attorneys under age 40 honored as Law360's health care Rising Stars.
Wiley Rein LLP partner Brian Walsh has guided government contractor clients on bid disputes in a broad range of industries, including a long-running fight over a multibillion-dollar defense transportation contract that resulted in a win at the Court of Federal Claims, earning him a spot as one of five government contracts attorneys under 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
Kirkland & Ellis LLP partner Alexandra Farmer helps clients navigate the environmental components of dozens of deals a year and recently guided The Blackstone Group through the complexities of a joint bid to acquire Midwest power plants for more than $2 billion, earning her a spot as one of four environmental law practitioners under age 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
DLA Piper partner Evan Parness has handled a variety of complex employment disputes and counseling matters in his career, including playing a key role on the team that recently won dismissal of a suit alleging NYU discriminated against a former professor, earning him a spot as one of five employment law attorneys under age 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
Tim St. George of Troutman Sanders LLP spent about six years defending a company against two proposed class actions that involved millions of consumers, billions of dollars and novel legal issues, helping earn the now 35-year-old partner a spot as one of five consumer protection attorneys under 40 honored among Law360’s Rising Stars.
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP partner Timothy Loose has helped several companies beat class action claims filed over alleged violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, including a unsolicited text suit against Yahoo that carried legal exposure of nearly $500 million, earning him a spot among the five cybersecurity and privacy law attorneys under age 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP senior associate Lee Rovinescu played a leading role in securing ConocoPhillips' $2.04 billion arbitration award against Venezuela’s state-owned oil company, one of the largest known arbitration awards against a foreign entity, landing him a spot as one of three international arbitration practitioners under 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP partner Travis Lloyd, recently named the firm’s health care practice group leader, has acted as lead regulatory counsel for a variety of transactions in the industry, including the $2.3 billion merger of Surgical Care Affiliates with UnitedHealth Group’s Optum, earning him a spot as one of five health care attorneys under 40 honored by Law360 as Rising Stars.
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP’s Jonathan Phillips has translated his experience prosecuting claims of fraud against the government at the U.S. Department of Justice into a successful career defending clients like Microsemi against False Claims Act allegations and related claims, making him one of five attorneys under 40 selected by Law360 as government contracts Rising Stars.