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High-stakes litigation is not for the faint of heart. It takes strength to go the distance—to do whatever it takes to get the best results. Crowell & Moring brings this dedication to all of our cases, whether setting them up for early resolution or taking them all the way to trial and verdict. The fact that over one-third of the Fortune 100 turns to Crowell & Moring for litigation bears this out. So does our record of success. It's one of the reasons that The National Law Journal/Legal Times ranked us as the 2013 "Washington Litigation Department of the Year" for General Civil Litigation.

Fully two-thirds of our lawyers litigate, handling billion-dollar civil trials, criminal trials, administrative proceedings, and arbitrations.

No wonder we're consistently ranked at the top by respected legal business guide Chambers and dozens of publications and ratings agencies.

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"Blame the Cell Phone: California Appellate Court Holds that Calling in Constitutes 'Reporting for Work' Under Wage Order," Labor & Employment Law Alert - US (February 20, 2019). Contacts: Thomas P. Gies, Suzanne E. Rode
Client Alert/Newsletter
"No Money, No Problem – For the Licensor that Is. The Supreme Court and Trademark Licenses in Bankruptcy," IP Insights (February 20, 2019). Contacts: Anne Elise Herold Li, Ilana Lubin, Mark S. Lichtenstein, Preetha Chakrabarti, Michelle Chipetine
Client Alert/Newsletter
"COFC Grants Summary Judgment on Statutory and Implied-in-Fact Contract Claims in ACA Litigation," Government Contracts Bullet Points (February 20, 2019). Contacts: Stephen J. McBrady, Daniel W. Wolff, A. Xavier Baker, Skye Mathieson, Charles Baek
Client Alert/Newsletter
Do Diversity Initiatives Warrant Trade Secret Protections? (February 19, 2019). Authors: Helen Osun and Julia Milewski.
OFAC Enforcement Action: Do You Know What Your Subsidiaries Are Doing? (February 15, 2019). Authors: David (Dj) Wolff, Frances P. Hadfield and Edward Goetz.
e.l.f. Cosmetics Settles Potential Civil Liability for Apparent Violations of the OFAC North Korea Sanctions Regulations (February 15, 2019). Authors: Edward Goetz, Frances P. Hadfield and David (Dj) Wolff.
"The U.S. Takes Steps to Ensure Its Dominance in the AI Arms Race," Government Contracts Bullet Points (February 15, 2019). Contacts: Adelicia R. Cliffe, Kate M. Growley, CIPP/G, CIPP/US, Evan D. Wolff, Laura J. Mitchell Baker, Michelle D. Coleman
Client Alert/Newsletter
Customs Ruling of the Week – Country of Origin, Government Procurement, and Certain Ethernet Switches, Routers, and Network Cards (February 14, 2019). Authors: Frances P. Hadfield and Rebecca Toro Condori.
"The Antitrust Division Takes the New Madison Approach to Court in u-blox v. InterDigital," Antitrust Law Alert (February 14, 2019). Contacts: Lisa Kimmel, Ph.D., Juan A. Arteaga, John S. Gibson, Mark A. Klapow, Shari Ross Lahlou, Kate M. Watkins
Client Alert/Newsletter
MTB Questionnaires Issue and ITC Fact-Finding Investigation Commences (February 13, 2019). Authors: Frances P. Hadfield, Aaron Marx and Spencer Toubia.

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Crowell & Moring LLP is an international law firm with more than 500 lawyers representing clients in litigation and arbitration, regulatory, and transactional matters. The firm is internationally recognized for its representation of Fortune 500 companies in high-stakes litigation, as well as its ongoing commitment to pro bono service and diversity. The firm has offices in Washington, DC, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Orange County, London, and Brussels.

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