Articles Written by Erik Lundegaard

Can Political Campaigns Use Music Without Permission?

IP litigator Lawrence Iser weighs in on the Trump-Prince controversy

John Paul Stevens: Brilliant and Kind

Recollections on one of the U.S. Supreme Court’s longest-serving justices

Found in Translation

In Taiwan, Amy Y. Hsiao translated for kids and presidents

‘Nobody Knew the Danger Yet’

Xiaomin Chen recalls 9/11

'The Trees are Gone'

Lymari Santana returns to Puerto Rico for the first time since Hurricane Maria

Justice Kennedy: Renaissance Man, Decent Person, Mock Trial Enthusiast

How the lawyers of Super Lawyers have seen the court's longtime swing voter over …

‘A Hole in the Constitution’

Linda Klein on the story behind the 25th Amendment

The Listening Tours

Linda Klein on her year as ABA president

The Mickey Mantle that Never Was

And the secret of the simplified Chinese character

Inside the White House, with Shawn Holley and Kim Kardashian

How the LA attorney and her client helped free Alice Marie Johnson

Potco

How the personal became political (and big business) for Rod Kight

Pilot Program

Bronze Star recipient Clinton T. Speegle is using his Iraq War aviation expertise to help …

Another Inconvenient Truth

Victoria Cook’s viral Facebook post helped expose gender bias in documentary filmmaking

Stephen Manning: 'The World is Watching'

Oregon immigration attorney is named top legal innovator of 2017

The Searcher

IP attorney Robert Cumbow shares his lifelong love of movies

The Room Where It Happened

How did a bastard orphan go on and on to become a musical phenomenon? Loren Plotkin and …

Unlimited License (to Sue)

IP attorney Christopher Seidman protects artists in the digital age

The Three Lessons of Edward Tolley

The prominent Athens trial lawyer talks about what he’d do to change the justice system

500 Hours of Prep for a 30-Minute Argument

If Kathryn Karcher lives in Washington state, why is she president of the California Academy of …

You Messed with the Wrong Marine

How elder abuse litigation attorney Kimberly Valentine transcended a tough upbringing to become …

How to Make Divorce Faster, Cheaper and Smoother

Getting Divorced in Southern California

Labor Force

Barbara Zack Quindel on east coast sarcasm, the Wisconsin idea, and the last five years for …

An Innocence Man

Barry Scheck talks Louima, Lyons, and whether the state has executed an innocent man

Schroer as in Prayer

Appellate attorney Janet Schroer on repair work, staying in Oregon despite a gubernatorial …

Balasubramani, Offline

Internet attorney Venkat Balasubramani loves talking about tech matters and legal theory, less so …

Right Way for Right-of-Way

Eminent domain attorney and Expo Line advocate Bradford B. Kuhn on why the easiest way from Point A …

Mind the Gap

Why W. Lewis Garrison Jr. has been accused of turning Alabama into ‘tort hell’

Playing With the Interplay

Nancy Crow on the giant puzzle of tax law and the special joy of the Windsor decision

When a Cemetery is Not a Cemetery

And other tales from Oliver Maner’s Patrick T. O’Connor

The Golbert Report

Traveling the world and buying Chagalls with international tax attorney Albert S. Golbert

The Man in the Gray Hat

The formerly controversial Gene Iredale embraces nuance and theft

Trial Dog

In an age of settlements, clients with must-try cases are relying on experienced lawyers like J. …

The Defining Civil Rights Issue of This Century

David Boies, Ted Olson, and the federal constitutional right to same-sex marriage

Debt and Taxes

Tax and estate planning attorney Deborah Weber talks eggshell audits, offers in compromise, and why …

Keep It Simple, Stupid

That’s what Steve W. Berman has always done, in class action lawsuits against Jack in the Box, …

The Young and the Restless

PI plaintiff’s attorney Robert T. Simon hung a shingle at 29, but it’s his pretrial ritual …

The Dream Team

Theodore B. Olson, David Boies, and the federal constitutional right to same-sex marriage

Real People, Real Problems and a Chance to Help

Three reasons why the law appeals to real estate attorney Willis Carpenter

GC of the GA GOP

Republican lawyer Anne W. Lewis talks voter ID laws, the state’s political racial divide, and a …

Grounded in Aviation Law

Former pilot Ronald L. M. Goldman represents air crash victims, but one of his first clients was …

Contamination Counselor

Environmental law attorney Andrew L. Kolesar on the consequences of toxic decisions

Life, Death and the Green Bay Packers

Real estate attorney Benjamin S. Stern, of Chernov, Stern & Krings, talks about the global …

Whirlwind

Before taking up entertainment law, Marilyn G. Haft worked for the ACLU, Bella Abzug, the White …

To Dream a Dream of Family Law

Michael Maguire won a Tony for leading a failed revolution in the original Broadway production of …

What Do We Talk About When We Talk About Age Discrimination?

Seven local attorneys try to bring light to a murky issue

The General

MICHAEL I. NEIL JOINED THE MILITARY BECAUSE OF THE ANTI-WAR MOVEMENT AND BECAME COMMANDER AT CAMP …

Land Useful

Land use attorney Sarah M. Rockwell, of Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell, grew up hearing dinner-table …

One Rogue Solicitor

In 2009, Mark Lewis was working from home and selling assets; within two years, he helped …

Doing the Dozens

Professional liability defense lawyer Christine L. Mast juggles dozens of cases—including, …

Oscar, Oscar, Oscar

John Quinn and David Quinto, of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, general counsel and lawyer for …

Maryland Law & Politics

Timothy F. Maloney talks ’70s politics, civility among lawyers, and having a gun pointed at his …

Buting for the Defense

Cancer survivor Jerome Buting on fallibility, prejudgment and the deterioration of criminal law

The Four Lanes of Alphonso E. Tindall Jr.

As a child he walked the precincts for the first African-American running for mayor of New Haven; …

Paramount Duty

Thomas Ahearne wins one for public education

Faer, Focused

Laura Faer, statewide education director at Public Counsel, knew what she wanted to do in high …

Collaborative Art

How an expertise in poisoning led Alexandra Kwoka to family law

Lone Ranger

Jean Dubofsky, the first female justice of the Colorado Supreme Court, and the appellate lawyer who …

Cochran’s Man in Atlanta

Hezekiah Sistrunk Jr. sees lawyering as a service job

Wanted: Shades of Gray

IP and business litigator Adrian Pruetz, whose eponymous firm merged with Glaser Weil Fink Jacobs …

Insurance Exchange

Jeffrey A. Wothers, managing partner of Niles, Barton & Wilmer, talks insurance, Lloyd’s of …

War Stories

Dennis P. Coffey on the war on drugs, law schools, and how overlegislated we are

The Rabbi’s Son

Bankruptcy lawyer David Friedman on tough cases, humorous deal toys, and how to handle power …

James Lobsenz Rewrites the Rules

How a Seattle appellate lawyer helped end 'don’t ask, don’t tell'

Fearless

Sara Azari fled Khomeini-era Iran, practiced law in Rio and defends the worst of the worst

Long-Term Care

Estate planning and probate attorney Carol Kao talks with her clients about the two certainties of …

Swimming, Not Sinking

Denver native Lawrence Litvak talks cases, judges and his ‘sink or swim’ philosophy

C. Neal Pope’s Door-to-Door Advocacy

The class action attorney from Pope, McGlamry, Kilpatrick, Morrison & Norwood on the best mentoring …

‘Take Your Violin and Go Back to Vienna!’

Entertainment lawyer Eric Weissmann, of Weissmann Wolff Bergman Coleman Grodin & Evall, on fleeing …

Rifkin, Not Ripken

Alan Rifkin has represented Maryland’s Senate, governor, jockey club, and, yes, its baseball team

Sympathy for the Defendant

Tracey Wood is energetic, optimistic, and represents ‘the most hated’ defendants

Being Dan Monnat

What the criminal defense lawyer has learned from Gerry Spence, Grace Wu … and the Lone Ranger

It Came From Hollywood

NATO (the other one) turns to former TV screenwriter Gary Klein as its legal counsel

The Fourth Lesson of Joe Flom

It has something to do with liquidity

A Serious Man

Ron Meshbesher talks about his legendary career and what it’s like being name-checked in a Coen …

Remembering the St. Louis

Robert Rubin has made protecting civil liberties his life’s work

Uncle Sam Wanted Him

How Peter Greenspun, a table-pad manufacturer’s son from Philadelphia, wound up …

The Storyteller

Trial legend Gerry Spence on fear, honesty and the value of knowing one’s story

Foreign Service

How Robert Mautino, of Mautino & Mautino, learned nine languages, snuck a Filipino war veteran into …

In-House at the White House

Cheryl Stanton talks about working as a counsel and special assistant to President George W. Bush

Defending Goliath

Kenzo Kawanabe of Davis Graham & Stubbs on what ultimately influences jurors

Veteran’s Day in Court

Natalie Brown of Leventhal, Brown & Puga soldiers on for a soldier

Q&A With Gary B. Blum

The time and expense of the Rocky Flats case didn’t lead Gary Blum to consider alternative …

Q&A With Nagendra “Nick” Setty

How Nagendra Setty dropped out (of med school), turned on (to patent law) and set up Fish & …

A Bit of a Rebel with a Bit of a Cause

Schuyler Moore’s life would make a great movie; but would he watch it?

Q&A With Thomas Geoghegan

How the labor lawyer at Despres, Schwartz and Geoghegan almost broke the Watergate scandal

Q&A With Ward B. Coe III

The Gallagher Evelius & Jones attorney talks about taking on country clubs, S&Ls—and skunks

The Pugilist (Not) At Rest

Michael Tarnoff of the Warshafsky Law Firm is boxing again—after 50 years

Mr. Schpak, The Next Generation

How Andrew Schpak is helping save Hollywood … the theater

Q&A With Murray Schwartz

Murray Schwartz of Schwartz & Perry has been practicing for 60 years. He currently focuses …

Sullivan’s Travels

What happened when Wyoming's Michael J. Sullivan returned to the land of his forebears

Windows of Opportunity

In 1978, Bill Neukom helped launch Microsoft. Now he's going after a small thing called world …

Q&A with Edna Ruth Vincent

Edna Ruth Vincent, a family law attorney with Colten Cummins Watson & Vincent in Fairfax, Va., was …

Grilling George Foreman

How Henry Holmes helped create one of the most successful product introductions of the …

A Safer Chicago

How Ron Safer and his team took down the Gangster Disciples

Political Lawyers

Patrick Oxford and Boe Martin

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