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    • Prins, Andrew
    • October 07, 2019
      Law360
      Complex commercial litigation partner recognized for his work defending corporations against extraneous Telephone Consumer Protection Act lawsuits.
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    • Romey Michael MIT
    • August 16, 2019
      American College of Environmental Lawyers
      ELR partner elected Fellow for his substantial contributions to environmental law.
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    • Three green leaves
    • December 14, 2018
      Financial Times
      Latham's advice to the developers of the Newhall Ranch project in Los Angeles is profiled as a proactive, innovative approach to navigating environmental challenges.
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    • National Law Journal Trailblazer
    • August 1, 2018
      National Law Journal
      Washington, D.C. partner Phil Perry recognized among those who have “achieved remarkable successes” in their field of work.
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    • US Supreme Court, Washington, D.C.
    • July 02, 2018
      Litigation Daily
      The U.S. Supreme Court sent the legal battle over Florida’s claims that Georgia overuses water from the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin back to the special master.
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    • US Supreme Court at night
    • June 27, 2018
      Law360
      The U.S. Supreme Court on rejected a special master's report that denied Florida's request to cap Georgia's water usage from a Southeastern river basin, ruling that Florida had sufficiently shown that a remedy is possible and sending the case back to the special master.
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    • US Capitol Supreme Court Columns
    • June 27, 2018
      National Law Journal
      In a 5-4 split, the U.S. Supreme Court sent back to a special master the long-running interstate legal battle over Florida’s claims that Georgia overuses water from the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin.
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