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September 11, 2019

NEW YORK—Amanda Kramer, former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, has joined Covington’s White Collar Defense and Investigations Practice in New York as a partner. Ms. Kramer served for more than 11 years as a federal prosecutor in the Southern District of New York. Most recently, she served as a senior ...

September 10, 2019, BioWorld

John Balzano is quoted in BioWorld regarding recent updates to China’s drug administration law and the establishment of marketing authorization holders (MAH). Mr. Balzano says, “This creates much-needed flexibility for research-based companies to develop products and bring them to market.” Another advantage of the MAH system is that licenses can officially be ...

September 9, 2019, Am Law Litigation Daily

John Hall was featured in Am Law Litigation Daily's Litigation Leaders series. Mr. Hall spoke about the firm's recent litigation highlights.  

September 9, 2019

WASHINGTON, September 9, 2019—Law360 named Covington partners Andrew Soukup and David Zionts to its list of “2019 Rising Stars.” This annual recognition honors top lawyers under 40 “whose legal accomplishments transcend their age.” Mr. Soukup has been named a Law360 Class Action Rising Star. Andrew Soukup is a litigator and co-chair of the firm’s Class Action ...

September 9, 2019, Marketplace

John Veroneau spoke with Marketplace about the President’s economic power and tariff law. According to Mr. Veroneau, the President could invoke Section 338 which gives the president broad authority to impose or raise tariffs if U.S. companies or interests are being discriminated against. He says that if Section 301 is used to address unfair trade practices, then ...