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The American Lawyer Names Covington California Litigation Department of the Year

December 20, 2018

LOS ANGELES—The American Lawyer has named Covington as its California Litigation Department of Year. The award recognizes the law firm whose California litigators have delivered outstanding service—and wins—for their clients in the year's most demanding litigation matters.

The American Lawyer highlights Covington’s role in conducting an internal investigation and cultural audit for Uber after workplace harassment claims became known to the company. The article also mentions how Covington lawyers secured a national injunction from the U.S. District Court preventing the Department of Justice from linking funding for community-oriented policing to cooperation with the Federal Government on immigration enforcement, targeting cities and communities dubbed “sanctuary cities.”

With more than 100 litigators among its Los Angeles, Palo Alto, and San Francisco offices, Covington litigators have a well-deserved reputation for handling novel, complex, and high-stakes disputes. Covington has represented – and prevailed for – many high-profile California-based companies and public institutions over the past two years including the California State Senate, the City of Los Angeles, McKesson, the San Francisco 49ers, Uber Technologies, Universal Music Group, the University of California, Wells Fargo, and 21st Century Fox.

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