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A natural-born litigator goes in-house and never looks back

Many general counsels admit to pursuing in-house roles as a way to avoid litigation, which after working in law firms, they discover an aversion to. That’s not the case with Randy Reaves, vice president and general counsel of Schnabel Engineering. Reaves is a litigator at heart. He grew up watching shows like Perry Mason and […]

American Council of Engineering Companies

Design professionals applauded a ruling earlier this year, by the Maryland Court of Appeals, upholding a lower court ruling protecting a company against claims for purely economic damages by a contractor with whom it did not have a contractual agreement. This principle, known as the Economic Loss Rule or the Economic Loss Doctrine, was championed […]

Anna Mechling – Liberty Tax Service

Growing up as the daughter of an attorney, Anna Mechling has had an interest in law for as long as she can remember. An experienced litigator, Mechling’s father imparted two pieces of advice that have long stuck with her. “He said law school teaches you a new way of thinking and he also always told […]

Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs LLC

With a history of providing quality legal advice dating back more than 100 years, Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs LLC has become a leading northeast Ohio business law firm. Led by John Slagter, managing partner and executive committee members, David Dreschler, Joe Feltes and David Woodburn, the firm strives to build trusting relationships with its clients. […]

Cairncross & Hempelmann P.S.

Cairncross & Hempelmann P.S. (C&H) has been part of the fabric of Seattle since 1987, when the firm first opened its doors. The nationally recognized firm represents clients across all major industries including emerging companies, real estate development entities, retail, hospitality, construction, insurance coverage, banking, senior life, tax and litigation. “We started out with eight […]

Callahan Thompson Sherman & Caudill LLP

Callahan Thompson Sherman & Caudill LLP (CTSC Law) is a nationally recognized law firm, known for representing businesses, employers, professionals and other individuals throughout California. Based in Irvine, California, CTSC Law also has offices in San Diego, San Francisco and Fresno. CTSC Law is comprised of civil litigators, counselors and trial lawyers that have served […]

Chaffe McCall L.L.P.

As the oldest continuously operating law firm in Louisiana, Chaffe McCall L.L.P., has been serving justice since 1826. Established by brothers and attorneys, Thomas and John Slidell, the firm has evolved over the course of nearly two centuries. While the organization’s name has changed and areas of practice have expanded, Chaffe McCall has long been dedicated […]

Cindy Williams – 1-800 Contacts

Some 41 million Americans use contact lenses, and a growing number do so by downloading 1-800 Contacts’ five-star app that submits their order in just three clicks. Yet those customers have no idea how hard the Utah-based company has had to fight to provide such easy shopping, the company says. The fight continues today, led […]

Clausen Miller P.C.

For nearly 80 years, Clausen Miller P.C. has been serving the needs of American companies and financial institutions with a broad range of legal expertise. The law firm was founded in 1936 as a small group of trial attorneys primarily serving the insurance industry from an office in Chicago, where the company now has its […]

Curtis Landherr – Cirrus Aircraft

Curtis Landherr has always been interested in the aviation industry. Before becoming general counsel at aircraft manufacturer Cirrus Aircraft in 2014, Landherr worked as a litigation attorney for a Kansas City-based firm where he specialized in product liability defense cases that often involved aviation clients. “Even though I wasn’t a pilot, I found those cases […]

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