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15 May 20242 minute read

Appellate Roundtable: The Landscape for Strategic Litigation Against The Government

Wednesday, May 15, 2024 

When your company is adversely affected by federal or state government action, affirmative litigation can be a powerful tool for securing relief. Now more than ever, wielding this tool effectively requires understanding the changing legal landscape.

DLA Piper hosted a webinar with Appellate Co-Chairs Samantha Chaifetz and Stan Panikowski and their colleagues Ilana H. Eisenstein, Peter Karanjia, Whitney Cloud, Perham Gorji, Rachel A.H. Horton, Ben Fabens-Lassen and Marie Bussey-Garza, as they offered a roadmap for deciding when affirmative government litigation is right for your business and discussed the changing landscape for challenging government action, including what to expect from the US Supreme Court’s 2023–2024 term.

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Please contact Carolyn Hennessey with questions.

CLE credit was offered for this event.




1:00 pm ET - Introduction
Stan Panikowski, Partner, Co-Chair Appellate Advocacy

1:05 pm ET - Should you sue? Optimizing your legal strategy in response to government action
Samantha Chaifetz, Partner, Co-Chair, Appellate Advocacy
Ilana H. Eisenstein, Partner, Chair, US Litigation
Ben Fabens-Lassen, Senior Associate (Moderator)

1:40 pm ET - The future of forum shopping
Rachel A.H. Horton, Senior Associate

1:50 pm ET - The changing legal landscape for government litigation
Whitney Cloud, Partner
Perham Gorji, Partner
Peter Karanjia, Partner, Chair, Administrative Law Appellate
Marie Bussey-Garza, Senior Associate (Moderator)