Foley & Mansfield announced today that it has expanded its profile in the Pacific Northwest with the addition of experienced litigator Diane C. Babbitt, a former partner and head of the Northwest litigation practice at Jackson Jenkins Renstrom. Babbitt will work in the Firm’s new Portland office.
Foley & Mansfield ranked #234 on the 2015 National Law Journal 350 list – up from #262 last year.
Nine F&M attorneys from the Los Angeles office provided pro bono services to veterans through the LA County Bar's Veterans Project
On August 3, 2015, after less than 3 hours of deliberations, a Miami-Dade County jury found Caterpillar Inc., and Dana Co. LLC, not liable for the death of a mechanic who died of mesothelioma after allegedly working with asbestos-containing parts manufactured by the companies. The six-member jury unanimously rejected the $18.6 million dollar claim against Caterpillar and co-defendant Dana Co. LLC.
Foley & Mansfield is pleased to announce the firm was named among Florida’s 2015 Best Companies To Work For. Featured in the August issue of Florida Trend magazine, the firm ranked #8 in the large company category.
Thomas Pahl, a partner in the Minneapolis office of Foley & Mansfield, will be a featured presenter at an upcoming webcast, Voir Dire and Jury Selection: from Start to Finish.
Six attorneys in the firm’s Minneapolis office - Kyle Mansfield, Lisa Lamm Bachman, Thomas Pahl, Janet Stellpfug, Jamie Habeck Paz and Wyatt Partridge, have been named to the 2015 Minnesota Super Lawyers® and Rising Star® Lists.
Architects in California may believe they are immune from a direct lawsuit by homeowners where their only contract is with the builder, and certainly where their contract with the builder disclaims any third party beneficiary rights. Not so says the California Supreme Court.
Timothy J. Ferguson, a partner in the Miami office, along with Lisa M. Goldberg, won a big victory for a client after extensive arguments on motions at a hotly contested hearing.