Represented Osram Sylvania, which had entered into a long-term output contract with the Canadian, British and Vietnamese owners of the world’s largest known tungsten mine located in North Vietnam near Hanoi. This ICC arbitration involved claims in excess of $300 million.

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Age discrimination collective actions for a major nationwide retailer
Represented a nationwide retailer in two related age discrimination collective actions brought by 14 former store managers more
Litigation for an international design-builder of light rail transit systems
Represented an international design-builder of light rail transit systems in connection with an accident. Counseled more
Employee classification audit for university
Audited a university’s classification of all of its employees, working closely with the client to develop a strategy for rolling out the results of more
Chapter 11 cases representing examiner for a subprime mortgage lender
Represented William F. Perkins, the examiner appointed in the Chapter 11 cases of HomeGold Financial Inc., HomeGold Inc. and Carolina Investors Inc., more