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Five Covington Lawyers Named Law360 MVPs

December 3, 2012

WASHINGTON, DC, December 3, 2012 Law360 named five Covington & Burling lawyers today as “Most Valuable Players” in their respective practice areas. The award singles out lawyers from across 22 practice areas whose achievements in major litigation or transactional matters have “raised the bar” over the past year.

The Covington lawyers recognized as Law360 MVPs include:

  • John Hurvitz, Life Sciences. Mr. Hurvitz, widely recognized as one of the leading life sciences transactional lawyers in the United States, represents the full range of life sciences industry participants. Clients turn to him for strategic counsel and for deal advice in connection with structuring and negotiating complex collaborations, mergers and acquisitions deals and other business transactions.
  • Mike Imbroscio, Product Liability. Mr. Imbroscio is highly regarded for his strategic approach to the defense and resolution of complex product-liability and commercial litigation.
  • Peter Lichtenbaum, International Trade. Mr. Lichtenbaum advises major companies on export control internal investigations and resolutions, significant jurisdictional and licensing issues, defense trade policy matters, and national security aspects of foreign investment.
  • Bob Long, Appellate. Mr. Long has argued 17 cases before the U.S. Supreme Court and has played a substantial role in the briefing or oral argument of more than 150 appellate cases. Long was tapped by the U.S. Supreme Court to present argument as amicus curiae in the Health Care Case, one of the most important cases to come before the Court in many years.
  • Steve Rosenbaum, Energy. Mr. Rosenbaum, a litigator and trial lawyer, successfully brought six lawsuits to resolution this year on behalf of the oil and gas industry. Mr. Rosenbaum also has a successful record before the Court of Federal Claims, including a $1.8 billion in total awards for his clients, believed to be a record for that court.

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