IP lawyer John Fuisz, who went head-to-head with Theranos Inc. over trade secrets while at McDermott Will & Emery, has returned to Big Law after Vinson & Elkins absorbed his two-lawyer boutique.
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This fall it will be 23 years since the Dickensian Chevron case, considered the Jarndyce v. Jarndyce of global litigation, began. That's longer than one of the English chancery cases that inspired Charles Dickens to create Jarndyce, the absurd court case in Bleak House that has become a metaphor for endless litigation.
From where I sit (New York), Donald Trump is not getting much Big Law support. I've only met one partner who's leaning toward Trump (not to worry, I won’t out you). But maybe Trump's luck will change with the appointment of Kellyanne Conway as his campaign manager. The Republican strategist is married to a top litigator.
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