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Andrew Nevas Selected as James W. Cooper Fellow

January 11, 2018 Media Mentions

Litigation & Trial Attorney Andrew Nevas has been selected to become a James W. Cooper Fellow of the Connecticut Bar Foundation. The organization selects fellows by recognizing their legal ability and devotion to the equal opportunities, positive growth, and welfare of the community.

Read more about Andrew's recognition and the nonprofit organization here.

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Verrill Trial Attorneys Once Again Recognized as “Local Litigation Stars” in Benchmark Litigation 2021 Edition

(January 14, 2020) – Eight Verrill attorneys have again been recognized for their litigation skills in Benchmark Litigation’s 2021 edition. In addition to the firm’s eight individual rankings, both Karen Frink Wolf and Martha...

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Needed Improvement from the Probate & Family Court

On January 28, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly published an article, "Frustrated bar seeks Probate & Family Court fixes," discussing the frustrations lawyers are having with the Probate & Family Court; the experiences include unanswered phone...

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Husband's Alimony Reduction Delayed by Appeals Court

On March 11, 2021 family law attorney David Friedman was quoted in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly's article, "Appeals Court OKs delay in husband’s alimony reduction." The article discusses the Appeals Court decision finding that a...

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Make Your Own Law with Tom Bean

On March 2, attorney Tom Bean appeared on a Pod617 - The Boston Podcast Network episode, "Make Your Own Law with Tom Bean." He discusses what it takes to get a proposed law on...

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The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Clarifies the Contours of the Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine in Internal Investigations

In Attorney General v. Facebook, Inc. , No. SJC-12496 (March 24, 2021), [i] the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court clarified the scope of protection afforded by the attorney-client privilege and the work product doctrine to...

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Patent Litigation: Semiconductors

Represented semiconductor manufacturer in patent case against competitor in litigation in U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware, in which both sides asserted patents relating to power management and A-D converters; conducted Markman...

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Favorable Decision for Corinth Pellets' Fire Damage

On February 24, Business Insurance released an article, "Arch failed to properly notify policyholder of nonrenewal," referring to the Corinth Pellets, LLC v. Arch Specialty Insurance Co. et al. case that favored Corinth Pellets...

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Patent Litigation: NPEs

Represented many companies over the years in patent litigations brought by numerous non-practicing entities, including in U.S. District Courts for the Eastern District of Texas, District of Delaware and Northern District of California; aggressively...

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Patent Litigation: Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Represented small biotech company and two academic researchers against large pharmaceutical company in dispute over inventorship of several patents relating to mesenchymal stem cells and their uses, as well as defending against numerous state...

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Domestic Discovery for Foreign Arbitrations? – Now It’s the Supreme Court’s Turn

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