The investigations attorney sees his anti-terrorism cases as the most important he'll ever take on, helping American heroes obtain justice and keeping this country safer.
As co-founder of Greenberg Traurig's Business and Immigration Compliance group, Reiff assists businesses throughout the immigration process.
Working with other lawyers, analysts and investigators, his team uses proprietary tools to track potential claims for institutional investors.
The seasoned securities litigator explains how bad brokers and bad products can be a risk for even the most sophisticated investors.
The plaintiffs' attorney has secured high-profile victories for victims of medical malpractice, nursing home abuse and more.
Experienced trial aces make for a noteworthy bankruptcy practice at the New York-based firm.
Hamish Hume saw the potential for a sweeping antitrust case against the widespread network of insurance companies.
Jury trials may be in decline, but these attorneys make it a priority to teach about the Seventh Amendment.
After experiencing a personal injury lawsuit as a teenager, Roth has devoted his career to obtaining justice for plaintiffs.
The journalist-turned-lawyer has built a notable plaintiffs' law firm to seek justice for victims of negligence.
She's prepped presidential candidates for debate and represented tech giants. Then Karen Dunn turned her sights on Nazis.
A past president of The Legal Aid Society, Garcia's career centers around helping the disadvantaged find justice.
The Cadwalader partner has built a career around thinking from the client's perspective and being inventive with each deal.
For decades, Boucher has helmed landmark cases on behalf of victims of clergy sex abuse, whistleblowers and more.
The heads of Cravath's global M&A practice, George Schoen and Bob Townsend, discuss dealmaking trends.