WASHINGTON, Jan. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Crowell & Moring LLP is pleased to announce the publication of "Litigation Forecast 2013: What Corporate Counsel Need to Know in the Coming Year." The report explores critical litigation issues, provides concise, forward-looking perspectives on trends affecting a wide range of companies, and identifies cases to watch in 10 areas of law including antitrust, government contracts, labor and employment, patents, torts and environment, trade secrets, white collar, class actions, international trade, and e-discovery.
"Every day we strive to help our clients navigate their most complex legal issues, particularly in litigation, which is a core strength of our firm. As our clients face intense competition and economic uncertainty, it is critical for us to help them successfully overcome challenges and prepare them for the future. We have published this report with our clients' business needs in mind. We have a dynamic and deep bench of litigators and trial lawyers across a broad array of practice areas and geographies. Collectively, we have represented clients in over 1,400 trials and approximately 700 appeals. The publication of 'Litigation Forecast 2013' is a constructive way for us to offer thought leadership to in-house litigation counsel as an element of our client service," said Kent A. Gardiner, Crowell & Moring chairman.
Seventeen of the firm's partners contributed to the report which is available online for viewing and download at the following link: http://www.crowell.com/NewsEvents/Litigation-Forecast-2013.
Crowell & Moring LLP is an international law firm with more than 500 lawyers representing clients in litigation and arbitration, regulatory, and transactional matters. The firm is internationally recognized for its representation of Fortune 500 companies in high-stakes litigation, as well as its ongoing commitment to pro bono service and diversity. The firm has offices in Washington, DC, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Orange County, Anchorage, London, and Brussels.
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