...solo practitioners Dennis Gingold and Thaddeus Holt for their work on the Cobell v. Salazar class action, which was filed in 1996. U.S. District...
...of a landmark $3.4 billion class action settlement. The case, Cobell v. Salazar, was brought by Native Americans who claimed that the...
...Department during the past five fiscal years has its fingerprints on the Cobell Indian trust account class action, the Gulf of Mexico oil spill litigation...
Sotomayor encourages service; new government affairs head at Covington; end in sight for Cobell litigation; Perrelli returns to Jenner & Block; chief justice honors pro bono; Weisbrod's quest for jus
Scrim therapy; joining forces against JPMorgan; debating Romney's Dodd-Frank 'kiss' assertion; a posthumous honor for Cobell; law sites down; Pro Bono Legal Service Awards; and another term for Satte
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