Foley & Mansfield Opens 13th Office in Edwardsville, IL.
A look at recent Washington State rulings on personal jurisdiction
Foley & Mansfield is pleased to announce that the firm has again been listed among the nation's largest law firms – the NLJ 500. The firm also ranked #17 on the National Law Journal Women in Law list.
The national law firm of Foley & Mansfield is pleased to announce that Melissa K. Roeder of the firm’s Seattle office has again been named to the 2017 Washington Super Lawyers® list.
Five attorneys in the firm’s Minneapolis office have been named to the 2017 Minnesota Super Lawyers® and Rising Star® Lists.
Syngenta may be forced to pay up in a big way after the Hennepin County District Court allowed the In re Syngenta litigation plaintiffs to seek punitive damages against the seed and agrichemical giant.
Foley & Mansfield Los Angeles Team Scores Appellate Victory Defining California Law for Public Entities Sued for Asbestos Exposure
Foley & Mansfield’s Los Angeles defense team succeeded in obtaining writ relief for the City of Pasadena, resulting in a rare published opinion that helps define California law for public entities sued for asbestos exposure.
Foley & Mansfield is pleased to announce that Eduardo J. Medina has been named an Up and Comer on the 2017 Florida Trend Legal Elite list for his work in Civil Trials.
U.S. Supreme Court Further Limits Jurisdiction Over Actions Filed by Out-Of-State Plaintiffs Against Out-Of-State Defendants
On June 19, 2017, the United States Supreme Court issued the third, and most important, of its corporate jurisdiction cases this term -- Bristol-Myers Squibb v. Superior Court of California, 2017 WL 2621322.
Miami Attorneys Virginia Easley Johnson, Kevin O’Connor and Eduardo J. Medina Named to 2017 Florida Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars® List
The national law firm of Foley & Mansfield is pleased to announce attorneys named to the 2017 Florida Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars® list, including former partner Beranton J. Whisenant, Jr., who received the honor posthumously.