• Pro Bono Client Obtains Permanent Residency Status Under VAWA

    Pro BonoLitigation

    Paul, Weiss successfully converted our client's U-visa status to one of permanent residency in a case referred by the City Bar Justice Center's Immigrant Women & Children Project. Our representation began in 2009, when our client sought to obtain U-visa status under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). U-visa status is available to individuals who have suffered significant mental and/or physical abuse and who assist law enforcement with the investigation and prosecution of criminal activity.

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  • Leading Federal Prosecutor Joins Paul, Weiss

    LitigationWhite Collar Crime & Regulatory Defense

    Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP announced today that Richard C. Tarlowe, Chief of the Complex Frauds and Cybercrime Unit of the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York and a former member of its Securities & Commodities Fraud Task Force, will join the firm as counsel in its litigation department, where he will focus on white-collar criminal defense, cybercrime, government investigations and high-stakes litigation.

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  • Preliminary Settlement Reached in Lawsuit Challenging Police Practices in NYC Public Housing

    Pro BonoLitigation

    As reported in The New York Times, the New York Law Journal and on NY1, a preliminary settlement agreement was reached on January 7 to end the New York City Police Department's improper and unlawful enforcement of criminal trespass laws in public housing.

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  • The New Yorker and USA Today Discuss Paul, Weiss Work on Marriage Equality in Mississippi Since Windsor

    Pro BonoLitigation

    An article by Amy Davidson in the January 5 issue of the The New Yorker  discusses the firm's continuing work for marriage equality since the firm's victory in United States v.Windsor resulted in a cascade of 35 states across the country where gay couples can legally marry. "The great achievement of Windsor has been to force states to explain why same-sex couples should be treated differently," and "the final fortress, with the exception of South Carolina, is the Deep South."

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  • MTA Wins Major Second Circuit Victory


    As reported on the front page of the New York Law Journal  and in The Wall Street JournalThe Washington Times, the Associated Press  and other media outlets, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issued a decision designated for official publication on December 24, less than two weeks after oral argument, that affirmed a grant of summary judgment dismissing claims brought against Paul, Weiss clients the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority (also known as MTA Bridges and Tunnels).

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  • Judge Dismisses Securities Class Action Against Turquoise Hill

    LitigationSecurities Litigation

    Judge Lorna G. Schofield dismissed a securities action lawsuit filed in the Southern District of New York against Paul, Weiss client Turquoise Hill Resources (TRQ) and certain of its officers and directors. The lawsuit sought to recover damages from TRQ, a mining company with a copper and gold mine in Mongolia, based on alleged misstatements about TRQ's financial performance arising out of a change to revenue recognition practices by its partially owned subsidiary, South Gobi Resources, Ltd., which operates a coal mine in Mongolia. 

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  • Victory on Summary Judgment for Pro Bono Client

    Pro BonoLitigation

    Paul, Weiss achieved a significant victory for pro bono clients Fund for the Public Interest and the Massachusetts Public Interest Research Group in litigation pending before Judge Roman in the Southern District of New York.  Judge Roman granted the Funds' summary judgment motion and dismissed breach of contract claims through which the plaintiff had alleged over half a million dollars in claimed damages.

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  • Brennan Center Elects Robert Atkins as New Co-Chair

    LitigationRobert A. Atkins

    Litigation partner Robert Atkins has been elected to serve as Co-Chair of the Brennan Center for Justice. The Brennan Center was founded in honor of U.S. Supreme Court Justice William Brennan and works to preserve voting rights, protect civil liberties and reform criminal justice through policy advocacy and litigation. Robert has been a member of the Brennan Center's Board of Directors since 2013 and, with many others at Paul, Weiss, has litigated numerous cases to prevent voter suppression and disenfranchisement.

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  • Appeals Court Overturns Two Insider Trading Convictions

    LitigationWhite Collar Crime & Regulatory Defense

    As reported in The New York Times and other media outlets, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit overturned the government's insider trading convictions against two former hedge fund traders, Todd Newman and Anthony Chiasson, in a 28-page decision that could have a significant impact on the future of insider trading law.

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  • Chinese Man Living With HIV Wins Asylum

    Pro BonoLitigation

    Paul, Weiss has obtained asylum for an HIV-positive gay man from China, arguing that cumulative harms by government and society in areas such as marriage, medical aid, employment and ostracism can rise to the level of persecution. Our client was subjected to involuntary HIV testing, interrogation, threats and severe restrictions on his freedom and privacy. 

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Of Note

Jan 29, 2015

Benchmark Litigation Names Paul, Weiss “Antitrust Firm of the Year”

Dec 18, 2014

U.S. News & World Report Names Paul, Weiss “Law Firm of the Year” for Banking & Finance Litigation

Dec 04, 2014

Financial Times Names Paul, Weiss a Leading Innovative Law Firm

Dec 02, 2014

Catherine Nyarady Selected for Law360 Intellectual Property MVP Award

Nov 24, 2014

Brad Karp Selected as a Law360 Securities Law MVP

Nov 20, 2014

Four Paul, Weiss Partners Win Law360 MVP Awards

Nov 19, 2014

Paul, Weiss Recognized as One of HRC’s “Best Places to Work”

Nov 10, 2014

Paul, Weiss Named “Pro Bono Partner of the Year” by The Bronx Defenders

Nov 19, 2014

Ted Wells Named to EBONY’s Power 100 List

Oct 15, 2014

Michele Hirshman Honored at 2014 Citizens Union Awards Dinner

Oct 08, 2014

Paul, Weiss Honored at the 2014 Pro Bono Publico Awards

Sep 03, 2014

Maria Vullo Nominated for Seat on New York State’s Top Court

Sep 04, 2014

Robbie Kaplan Named in the “Politico 50”

Aug 07, 2014

Susanna Buergel, Michele Hirshman and Beth Wilkinson Named in Benchmark’s “Top 250 Women in Litigation”

Jun 30, 2014

Paul, Weiss Recognized by The American Lawyer “A-List”

Jun 02, 2014

Kate Stoneman Project Honored by Sadie Nash Project

Jun 02, 2014

The American Lawyer Recognizes Paul, Weiss for Diversity

May 23, 2014

Paul, Weiss Achieves Top Results in Chambers USA

May 22, 2014

Roberta Kaplan Receives Honorary Degree and Addresses CLS Graduates

May 08, 2014

Paul, Weiss Honored for Partnership Helping Low-Income Senior Citizens Obtain Housing Benefit

Mar 31, 2014

David Brown Named to Crain’s 40 Under 40

Feb 20, 2014

Ted Wells Named AmLaw’s “Litigator of the Week”

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Second Circuit Review: Court Potentially Expands Asylum Criteria

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Joseph Simons Co-Authors Article in the Journal of Competition Law & Economics

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Paul, Weiss Adds Prominent Litigation Partner

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Accelerated Adjudication and New Assignment Procedures Adopted for New York Commercial Division

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Leading Federal Prosecutor and Senior Enforcement Official Joins Paul, Weiss

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Second Circuit Review: Second Circuit Limits Judicial Review of Regulatory Consent Judgments

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Panel: Ricciardi Featured Speaker at SEC Reporting and FASB Forum

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Aidan Synnott and Andrew Finch Co-Author Chapter on Recent Developments in U.S. Antitrust Law in The Public Competition Enforcement Review

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Second Circuit Review: Perjured Statements as a Basis for Sentencing Enhancement

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