Selendy & Gay, representing a class of public servants, recently opposed Navient Corp.'s motion to dismiss. In October of 2018, Selendy & Gay filed a class action lawsuit against the loan servicer alleging that the company misled borrowers from accessing Public Service Loan Forgiveness in order to boost its own profits.
Selendy & Gay announced today that Caitlin Halligan, one of the nation’s leading appellate attorneys, has joined the firm.
After one year, Selendy & Gay discuss their venture as a new firm, sharing their efforts to break away from the traditional Big Law model, their vision, and creation of a firm more personal, collaborative, and diverse.
Selendy & Gay’s founding partners, Philippe Selendy and Faith-Gay, have been named to the 2019 Edition of the Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyers in America, an exclusive listing of the nation’s top attorneys across all practice areas.
In 2018, ten veteran litigators created Selendy & Gay, a boutique litigation firm with a priority on excellence.
Selendy & Gay partner Lena Konanova delves into the impact of the #MeToo movement in the areas of securities and finance, explaining how allegations of sexual misconduct can harm companies and their shareholders.
Selendy & Gay in its first year not only met but exceeded the standards for BigLaw year-end bonuses. These bonuses, well above the industry standard, reflect Selendy & Gay’s commitment to hiring and rewarding only the most talented associates.
In its first ten months, Selendy & Gay announced associate bonuses significantly above the market rate set earlier this year.
After an extraordinary ten months into its first year, Selendy & Gay announced associate bonuses well above market.
Three Selendy & Gay partners have been named to the 2018 New York Metro Super Lawyers. David Elsberg, Faith Gay, and Philippe Selendy were recognized, based on nominations, peer evaluations and independent research.