Tom Walsh Contributes To “InDepth Feature: Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution 2023”

Winston & Strawn Partner and Complex Commercial Litigation Practice Co-Chair Tom Walsh authored the United States chapter of “InDepth Feature: Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution 2023.” In the chapter Tom provides insights on key trends in commercial disputes in the United States, advice for companies implementing an effective dispute resolution strategy, and the issues and challenges expected for commercial disputes in the U.S. in the coming months.

Published by Financer WorldWide, “InDepth Feature: Litigation & Alternative […]

By | June 21st, 2023 ||

Kamaraju Explains Use Of Classified Info In Trials

Pryor Cashman Partner Sidhardha “Sid” Kamaraju, co-chair of the Regulatory Enforcement + Securities Litigation Practice, spoke with Politico about the rules around classified information and documents in trials.

In “How to hold a public trial when the key evidence is classified,” Sid explains that only certain people can have access to the info:

“Usually when you have cases involving classified information, there’s sort of a small bucket of defense lawyers who handle that because they either already have […]

By | June 20th, 2023 ||

White Plains Team Secures Unanimous Verdict For Hospital In $10 Million Medical Malpractice Suit

Michael Grady (Partner-White Plains, NY), Siobhainin Funchion (Of Counsel-White Plains) and Lauren Santucci (Associate-White Plains) obtained a unanimous verdict in Dutchess County Supreme Court on behalf of Wilson Elser’s client, a hospital. The plaintiff, 29 years old at the time, alleges our client and the co-defendant emergency room physician failed to recognize signs and symptoms of compartment syndrome of the left arm following a biceps repair procedure by the co-defendant orthopedic surgeon, leading to […]

By | June 20th, 2023 ||