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Alden L. Atkins
Partner — Commercial & Business Litigation
Washington
The key to successfully representing a client in a dispute is to thoroughly understand my client’s business. That way, I can understand my client’s goals and needs, and what motivates the actions of people and companies. That helps me better formulate a strategy to achieve my client’s goals, develop themes and arguments for our case, and effectively examine and cross-examine witnesses. By deeply understanding the underlying business, industry and technical matters, I know when an opponent’s arguments or a witness’s testimony just don’t make sense.
Sean Becker
Partner — Labor & Employment
Employment-related challenges can present some of the most important, and sensitive, issues that our clients face. I help them manage those matters by leveraging my experience as a litigator, transactional lawyer and advisor. Together, my colleagues and I provide highly practical, commercial advice and resolve sensitive employment matters efficiently and effectively.
Michael S. Dry
Partner — Government Investigations & White Collar Criminal Defense
Washington
In what I do, there are clear winners and clear losers. I’m often entrusted with preserving someone’s freedom or a company’s very existence, so I’m committed to moving the chess pieces around so that my clients are on the winning side.
Vanessa Griffith
Partner — Labor & Employment
I find counseling the most rewarding side of my practice. My clients are looking for someone to bring not just perspective, but also independence, to their investigations. In this day and age, I don’t know that you can say you’ve seen it all, but there isn’t any kind of complaint or investigation into workplace conduct that I would not feel equipped to handle.
Jeremy C. Marwell
Partner — Appellate
Washington
Jamie Tabb
Partner — Government Contracts
Washington
My practice tends to be different every day, from litigating bid protests and contract disputes, to advising on compliance and contract interpretation issues, to assisting with corporate transactions. And because of the range of businesses in which my clients are engaged, it’s a continual learning experience. That’s incredibly energizing.
George Zachary Terwilliger
Partner — Government Investigations & White Collar Criminal Defense
Washington
Piloting clients and their corporate entities through the tumultuous and complex waters of internal and government investigations is our role and one that I find incredibly rewarding.
James D. Thompson III
Partner — Commercial & Business Litigation
Ephraim (Fry) Wernick 4x5
Partner — Government Investigations & White Collar Criminal Defense
Washington
Dallas
My clients know that I am on their team and that their problems are my problems. I take a thoughtful, holistic and strategic approach to problem-solving. Equally important, I fight for my clients every step of the way.
Thomas H. Wilson
Partner — Labor & Employment
Our clients’ workplaces have changed a lot over the decades, and I have stayed ahead of these changes in my knowledge of employment, labor and safety matters. As clients have gone international, I have gone with them. I look to the future of the workplace, so I am ready with thoughtful guidance when our clients arrive in that future.
Crystal Y'Barbo Stapley
Counsel — Commercial & Business Litigation
Washington
Brittany Harwood
Senior Associate — Government Investigations & White Collar Criminal Defense
Washington