The American Lawyer’s 2021 Litigation Department of the Year award has named Goodwin among its 2021 honorees.
This year, The American Lawyer praised the recognized firms for their stellar advocacy and incredibly high quality of work in courtrooms nationwide. They also highlighted some of Goodwin’s recent high-profile matters, including the firm’s investigation into Jefferey Epstein’s dealings with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, successful representation of Personalized Media Communications on its $308.5 million jury verdict in a patent infringement case against Apple, and dismissal of a securities class action against global pharmaceutical company Alkermes.
Goodwin’s global litigation practice features nearly 350 litigators known for their collaborative, client-centric approach and unmatched ability to meet the varied needs of clients in high-stakes matters around the world. Whether representing plaintiffs or defendants, Goodwin’s litigators are both savvy negotiators and zealous advocates with significant experience across a number of legal practice areas and in the industry sectors of technology, life sciences and healthcare, private equity, financial services and fintech, and real estate.
Since 2002, the Litigation Department of the Year contest has been considered amongst the most prestigious recognitions in the industry. Honorees are selected by The American Lawyer’s editorial staff, which conducts a rigorous vetting process every two years to determine which law firms have the country’s best litigation departments.
To learn more about this honor and Goodwin’s accomplishments, visit The American Lawyer.