Caitlin Halligan and Faith Gay were honored by Benchmark Litigation in its 2019 edition of the Top 250 Women in Litigation. This distinguished list honors the most prestigious female litigators in the United States, and was compiled through an extensive process consisting of casework review, individual interviews, and feedback from peers and clients.
Selendy & Gay Represents AFT and Public Servants Against the U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVosHannah2019-09-04T12:05:32+00:00
Selendy & Gay filed a suit today against U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and the U.S. Department of Education, who oversee the administration of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (“PSLF”) program and the Temporary Expanded Public Service Loan Forgiveness (“TEPSLF”) program. The suit, led by Randi Weingarten, President of the American Federation of Teachers, points to the Department of Education and Secretary DeVos’ failure to create a process to administer PSLF and TEPSLF.
Maria Ginzburg and Sean Baldwin spoke to Law360 about the largest securities decisions of 2019 so far, both decided in the U.S. Supreme Court. In one case, the justices widened liability for those involved in the spread of false information about investments. In the other, the justices dismissed a claim challenging the appropriate standards for alleging false statements and omissions related to tender offers. This decision was notably just nine words long.
David Flugman spoke to Law360 about LGBT culture in the workplace, and how having powerful LGBT attorneys at the top of leadership sets the tone of the office for success. Less than 3% of attorneys on average identify as LGBT in Biglaw firms, but Selendy & Gay defies these standards. With 23.1% of our partners and 21.7% of our associates identifying as LGBTQ, Selendy & Gay has created a culture that truly prizes openness and diversity.
In honor of WorldPride and the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion, Selendy & Gay hosted clients, friends and allies in celebration of LGBTQ history. The event, which featured a special performance by Aquaria, winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race, highlights Selendy & Gay’s unwavering commitment towards diversity and inclusion.
Selendy & Gay was recognized in the 2019 edition of The Legal 500 United States in two distinct areas—the Securities Litigation: Plaintiff category and Appellate category. In addition to these firmwide recognitions, Philippe Selendy and Sean Baldwin were 2 of 8 attorneys nationally ranked for their work in Securities Plaintiff Litigation.
Andrew Dunlap Publishes Article in the New York Law Journal on Training and Empowering the Next Generation of LawyersMark Hofschneider2019-07-08T14:40:09+00:00
Andrew Dunlap Publishes Article in the New York Law Journal on Training and Empowering the Next Generation of Lawyers Andrew Dunlap recently published an article in the New York Law Journal providing insight on the numerous challenges faced by associates at major traditional firms. As the lead partner for Selendy & [...]
Joshua Margolin Talks to Law360 on Issues of Standing for Ad Hoc Energy Groups Following Congressional scrutiny and the dissolution of the Utility Air Regulatory Group over its opaque organizational structure, Joshua Margolin provided analysis to Law360 on issues of standing for similar trade groups in challenging federal energy [...]
Philippe Selendy and Sean Baldwin have recently published the 2019 edition Getting the Deal Through: Securities Litigation, a practitioner's guide to securities litigation strategies around the world, and the unique differences present in global jurisdictions.
Selendy & Gay has been recognized by Chambers and Partners, a leading legal industry publication, for the firm’s pathbreaking commitment to diversity. Shortlisted for “The Most Pioneering Firm for Gender Diversity” award, the first of its kind in Chambers’ history, the Firm has been recognized for increasing the opportunities for, and representation of, female lawyers.