The Legal Times hosted an interesting term recap that featured insight from several attorneys who argued cases during the recent term. The panel of David Frederick, Greg Coleman, Pamela Harris, and Neal Katyal was moderated by Tony Mauro. You can find a link to the video here.

The panelists:

Pamela Harris – argued Pleasant Grove v. Summum
Gregory Coleman – argued Ricci v. DeStefano and Northwest Austin v. Holder
David Frederick – argued Altria Group v. Good, Wyeth v. Levine, 14 Penn Plaza v. Pyett
Neal Katyal – argued District Attorney’s Office v. Osborne and Northwest Austin v. Holder

You can find more information about these practitioners and others, including win-loss records, here.


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