Jeffrey C. Hampton to Receive TMA Outstanding Contributor of the Year Award

Jeffrey Hampton, Co-Chair of the firm’s Bankruptcy and Restructuring Practice, has been selected as the recipient of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) Outstanding Contributor of the Year Award.

Saul Ewing LLP launches Whistleblower Wire blog to provide intelligence for industry on whistleblower law

Introducing Whistleblower Wire, a blog for industry that covers whistleblower issues, particularly those affecting companies involved in the life sciences, financial services, health care, government contracts, energy and the environment.

Daily Record features J.B. Howard’s move to Saul Ewing

J.B. Howard, the former Deputy Attorney General of Maryland, has joined Saul Ewing’s thriving Commercial Litigation practice in Maryland. The Daily Record sat down with J.B. to talk about his return to private practice.

Three Saul Ewing Partners Named to 2014 New Jersey SuperLawyers List

Saul Ewing LLP announced that three partners have been named to the New Jersey SuperLawyers list for 2014.

Saul Ewing partners with Exelon to teach high school students about legal profession

Partner Michelle Lipkowitz helps launch a summer legal institute in Baltimore for high school students interested in the law.

Saul Ewing Partner Michelle N. Lipkowitz Named One of Savoy Magazine’s Most Influential Black Lawyers

Michelle N. Lipkowitz, a partner in the firm’s Commercial Litigation Practice and Chair of its Diversity & Inclusion Committee, has been named one of the “2015 Most Influential Black Lawyers” by Savoy magazine.

Picco discusses New Jersey’s decision to settle pollution suit against ExxonMobil

Steven Picco, Chair of the firm’s Energy, Environment and Utilities practice, commented in Law360 about New Jersey’s decision to settle an $8.9 billion suit against ExxonMobil Corp. over refinery pollution. 

Lizza quoted in Law360 on increase in patent complaints in NJ

Charles Lizza, Co-Chair of the firm’s Life Sciences practice, was interviewed by Law360 about the recent increase in patent complaints in New Jersey involving life sciences companies.

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Jeffrey C. Hampton to Receive TMA Outstanding Contributor of the Year Award

Jeffrey Hampton, Co-Chair of the firm’s Bankruptcy and Restructuring Practice, has been selected as the recipient of the Turnaround Management Association (TMA) Outstanding Contributor of the Year Award.

Saul Ewing LLP launches Whistleblower Wire blog to provide intelligence for industry on whistleblower law

Introducing Whistleblower Wire, a blog for industry that covers whistleblower issues, particularly those affecting companies involved in the life sciences, financial services, health care, government contracts, energy and the environment.

Daily Record features J.B. Howard’s move to Saul Ewing

J.B. Howard, the former Deputy Attorney General of Maryland, has joined Saul Ewing’s thriving Commercial Litigation practice in Maryland. The Daily Record sat down with J.B. to talk about his return to private practice.

Three Saul Ewing Partners Named to 2014 New Jersey SuperLawyers List

Saul Ewing LLP announced that three partners have been named to the New Jersey SuperLawyers list for 2014.

Saul Ewing partners with Exelon to teach high school students about legal profession

Partner Michelle Lipkowitz helps launch a summer legal institute in Baltimore for high school students interested in the law.

Saul Ewing Partner Michelle N. Lipkowitz Named One of <i>Savoy</i> Magazine’s Most Influential Black Lawyers

Michelle N. Lipkowitz, a partner in the firm’s Commercial Litigation Practice and Chair of its Diversity & Inclusion Committee, has been named one of the “2015 Most Influential Black Lawyers” by Savoy magazine.

Picco discusses New Jersey’s decision to settle pollution suit against ExxonMobil

Steven Picco, Chair of the firm’s Energy, Environment and Utilities practice, commented in Law360 about New Jersey’s decision to settle an $8.9 billion suit against ExxonMobil Corp. over refinery pollution.