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Mr. Anderson is a nationally recognized trial lawyer with 37 years of experience at Winston & Strawn LLP. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers who has tried many cases to verdict before federal and state courts and who has has argued many times before federal and state courts of appeal, including two arguments before the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Anderson served for many years as the General Counsel and Member of the Executive Committee of Winston & Strawn LLP.
Jeff is an experienced trial lawyer and business advisor in the area of labor and employment law. Jeff advises clients on wage and hour compliance, reductions in force, enforcement of restrictive covenants, employment contracts and separation agreements, employee selection and discipline, WARN compliance, employment policies, internal investigations and business transactions. He has spoken on several employment-related topics, including effective employment documentation, joint employer liabi...
Allyson Riemma concentrates her practice on complex litigation relating to class actions, securities, and professional malpractice litigation, as well as various forms of governmental investigations by the PCAOB, SEC, US Attorney’s office and other agencies. She is experienced representing clients from Fortune 500 companies to small closely held corporations. Her trial experience includes numerous cases in state and federal district court, as well as arbitration and regulatory proceedin...
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