Represented E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company before the U.S. Supreme Court, resulting in a victory. The court held that a plan administrator of a qualified retirement plan was entitled to rely on the plan's beneficiary designation forms, rather than having to honor attempted beneficiary designations made through a divorce decree.

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Acquiring majority ownership interest for a U.S.-based outsourcing services company
Served as lead counsel in representing a U.S.-based outsourcing services company in acquiring majority ownership interest in India-based more
Real estate acquisition for one of the world's premiere commercial real estate companies
The firm served as lead counsel in representing one of the world's premiere commercial real estate companies in a real estate acquisition from a more
Wacoh Company v. Chrysler et al.
Served as lead counsel on behalf of Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC who was sued in the United States District Court, Eastern District of Michigan by the more
American Eagle Outfitters Inc. v. Payless Shoesource Inc.
The firm served as lead counsel asserting American Eagle Outfitters’ trademarks and obtained a preliminary injunction relative to advertising more