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Mitch Kamin Named Among Top 100 Lawyers in California

September 28, 2018

LOS ANGELESThe Daily Journal has named Covington partner Mitch Kamin among its “Top 100 Lawyers” in California. The Top 100 are selected for making a significant impact on their practice area, the legal industry or the larger society.

Mr. Kamin is the co-chair of Covington’s Commercial Litigation Practice and represents global media, entertainment and other large companies in complex disputes. The Daily Journal highlighted his success in two high-profile, pro bono challenges to the federal government’s policies on sanctuary cities and the military transgender ban. In the sanctuary cities matter, he won summary judgment and obtained a nationwide injunction against the U.S. Department of Justice’s plan to require local law enforcement agencies to participate in civil immigration conditions in order to receive grants for community-oriented policing. In the military transgender ban case, Kamin won a preliminary injunction that halts the government implementation of the Administration’s 2017 executive order barring transgender individuals from military service. The Daily Journal also notes Mr. Kamin’s recent win for the State of Qatar in a highly-publicized lawsuit accusing the state of hacking the emails of Elliot Broidy.

Mr. Kamin previously served as President and CEO of Bet Tzedek Legal Services from 2003 to 2010, a leading legal non-profit organization, and has continued this commitment to pro bono work in his capacity as Vice Chair of Covington’s Public Service Committee.

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