WilmerHale Achieves Pro Bono Victory for Domestic Violence Victim and Autistic Child

WilmerHale Achieves Pro Bono Victory for Domestic Violence Victim and Autistic Child

On July 8, 2014, WilmerHale achieved a significant victory for a pro bono client and domestic violence victim in a case described by the Second Circuit as involving “novel and significant issues” of “first impression” under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.

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WilmerHale is “Most-Favored IP Department” Among Clients and General Counsel According to BTI’s Latest Research

The BTI Consulting Group today released its newest report—BTI Intellectual Property Outlook 2015: Changes, Trends and Opportunities in IP & IP Litigation—an in-depth analysis of the intellectual property market that identifies WilmerHale as a standout among the leading law firms in the market.

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Supreme Court Unanimously Rules in Favor of WilmerHale Pro Bono Client, Against Speech-Restrictive Law

WilmerHale secured a significant victory in the US Supreme Court, on behalf of pro bono client Eleanor McCullen and others in a First Amendment challenge to a Massachusetts law restricting speech on sidewalks outside reproductive health care clinics that perform abortions.