King & Spalding stirs up opposition to Bloomberg's big drink ban

, The Am Law Daily


Two years after the firm lost appellate star Paul Clement by backtracking on a politically controversial case involving gay marriage, King & Spalding's longstanding ties to the U.S. soft drink industry have helped it get behind the NAACP as the organization joins those opposing New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on plus-sized sugary beverages in an effort to combat obesity and encourage healthy living.

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