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Six Covington Lawyers Named Law360 MVPs

January 3, 2017

WASHINGTONLaw360 has named six Covington lawyers as MVPs in their respective practice areas. The awards single out lawyers from across various practice areas based on their “success in high-stakes litigation, complex global matters, and record-breaking deals.”

The Covington lawyers recognized as Law360 MVPs are:

  • Shara Aranoff, International Trade. Ms. Aranoff helps clients in technology, life sciences, and manufacturing use intellectual property and international trade enforcement tools to compete in U.S. and global markets. Law360 praised Ms. Aranoff’s successful representation of South32 at the International Trade Commission, which resulted in a negative injury ruling following an investigation of siliconmanganese, an alloy faced with tariffs over the past several years. 

Ms. Aranoff’s full MVP profile can be found here

  • Jay Carey, Government Contracts. Mr. Carey has significant experience representing government contractors in bid protests before the U.S. Government Accountability Office and the Court of Federal Claims. He regularly represents clients in litigation with the government, counsels clients regarding a wide range of formation and compliance matters, and defends clients under investigation by federal and state governments. In its profile, Law360 described Mr. Carey as a “go-to lawyer” for major bid protests, and highlighted his lead role in UnitedHealth’s challenge to $58 billion in Tricare contracts. 

Mr. Carey’s full MVP profile can be found here

  • Michael Imbroscio, Product Liability. Mr. Imbroscio, co-chair of the firm’s Product Liability and Mass Tort practice, guides a wide range of companies through their most complex litigation challenges. He has significant experience representing the pharmaceutical industry in leading cases nationwide. Law360 praised Mr. Imbroscio’s impressive record of mass tort defense victories this year, including for Eli Lilly, Roche, Bayer, and others. 

Mr. Imbroscio’s full MVP profile can be found here.

  • Derek Ludwin, Sports. Mr. Ludwin handles high-stakes litigation matters for many of the world’s top sports leagues and organizations, and advises his clients on complex issues relating to licensing, governance, restructuring, and transactions. In its profile of Mr. Ludwin, Law360 highlighted his successful defense of the U.S. Olympic Committee in an antitrust challenge to its longtime ban on on-field athlete advertising. 

Mr. Ludwin’s full MVP profile can be found here.

  • Marty Myers, Insurance. Mr. Myers is a nationally recognized insurance recovery practitioner who has represented clients in a wide array of industry sectors, from agriculture to technology. Law360 praised Mr. Myers’ representation of World Fuel Services, for which he secured a $24.5 million award for insurance coverage related to a marine cargo loss off the coast of West Africa.

Mr. Myers' full MVP profile can be found here.

  • Jessica O’Connell, Food & Beverage. Ms. O’Connell provides strategic advice to a broad range of companies and trade associations engaging with food and drug regulatory bodies and Congress. She also counsels clients regarding potential crises. In its profile, Law360 noted Ms. O’Connell’s involvement in urging the Food and Drug Administration to review its “healthy” labeling regulations and convincing the agency to refrain from taking legal action against Kind LLC over allegedly misleading labeling of snack bars. 

Ms. O’Connell’s full MVP profile can be found here.

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