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Corr Cronin lawyers awarded in the 2024 editions of Best Lawyers in America and Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America
Corr Cronin LLP is pleased to announce that nine of our lawyers are recognized in the 2024 edition of The Best Lawyers in America®, with several reaching notable milestones. Kevin Baumgardner and Randy Squires achieved their fifteenth year on the Best Lawyers list. Jeffrey Coopersmith and Steve Fogg achieved their tenth year on the list. And Jeff Bone, Timothy Bradshaw, and Michael Moore were selected for the first time, joining Emily Harris and Blake Marks-Dias.
Corr Cronin is pleased to announce that 18 of its attorneys were selected for inclusion in the 2023 Washington Super Lawyers or Rising Stars lists.
Published each year, Super Lawyers selections are based on peer nominations and validated with independent research.
Seattle, WA – June 28, 2023 – Corr Cronin is pleased to announce that veteran trial lawyer Jeff Coopersmith has joined the firm as a partner. Well known for defending and trying high-profile cases (most recently, representing Sunny Balwani at trial in charges stemming from the DOJ’s Theranos investigation), Jeff’s nationally-recognized trial practice is an ideal fit for Corr Cronin’s high-stakes trial platform.
Emily Harris named BTI Client Service All-Star for 2023 June 13, 2023 Emily Harris, the Managing Partner at Corr Cronin, has been named a BTI 2023 Client Service All-Star for the second consecutive year. This list recognizes a select group of just 293 attorneys in the...
John Bender was a featured speaker at a recent “Transatlantic Lecture Series” event produced by the America Europe Fund at KU Leuven’s Center for Global Governance Studies.
Chambers USA, widely recognized as a leading independent legal research company, has once again confirmed Corr Cronin as a top litigation law firm in Washington. Chambers has included Corr Cronin in its guide of top law firms every year since Corr Cronin was founded over twenty years ago.
TIME quoted John Bender in its coverage of celebrity-influencer Logan Paul’s activities with respect to upstart crypto projects spanning back to 2021. The article explores the creation of digital assets and celebrity-influencer endorsements and highlights some of the legal considerations associated with applications of blockchain technology.
Never Off the Grid: How to Find and Use Electronic Location Data in Litigation Todd Williams | May 9, 2023 Digital location information is ubiquitous in our lives - and is on its way to becoming ubiquitous in many areas of litigation. From cell phones and computers to...
Todd Williams presents on impact of location data in litigation at Trial Network event May 9, 2023Corr Cronin attorney Todd Williams led a CLE training session on the use of electronic location data in litigation at The Trial Network’s spring event, Lakeside...
Corr Cronin attorney Erin Ehlert represented the City of Lakewood in a portion of the “Lakewood 4” trial regarding a statement made by a member of the Lakewood Police Department and the City of Lakewood in their general media release in November 2022. Citing the First Amendment rights of City Officials and Law Enforcement, as well as the impact of the judge’s potential ruling on free speech, she argued that the statements in the media release were lawful and protected and should not be removed from any public site.
Corr Cronin attorney Maia Robbins is included in the February 2023 edition of Puget Sound Business Journal’s “Next Gen in Law” series. The showcase highlights her background and the significant litigation experience she has already garnered as a young associate.
Corr Cronin is pleased to announce veteran litigator Erin Ehlert has joined the firm as Of Counsel.
As a prosecutor for more than 20 years in King County, Washington, Erin rose to leadership roles as the co-chair of the Homicide Unit and the Seattle Assistant Chief of the Criminal Division. She left criminal prosecution in 2020, transitioning into civil litigation. Erin’s years of case and courtroom work provided her with the skills needed to investigate and develop complex cases and present creative, comprehensive and persuasive arguments to judges and juries.