Pamela Karlan, Nick Stephanopoulos, Franita Tolson. On Monday, Donziger's lawyer Martin Garbus, a partner at Offit Kurman, asked Senior U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska of the Southern District of New York to recuse herself from overseeing the proceedings — a bench trial now set for Nov. 4. He defended activist Cesar Chavez and other members of the United Farm Workers Union on criminal charges in California, Florida, and Texas. Be the first to know about the latest Brennan Center events in NYC and DC. Metro Park, NJ, Harrisburg, PA Here’s how you can help. }); MARYLAND | PENNSYLVANIA | VIRGINIA| NEW JERSEY | NEW YORK | DELAWARE | WASHINGTON, DC, New York City (Manhattan), NY Served as co-counsel in Ashton v. Kentucky (384 U.S. 195), and won a Supreme Court decision that effectively ended all criminal libel laws in the United States 3. Ron Christie, Rob Collins, Todd Harris, Jonathan Martin, Kiki McLean, Michael Steele, Jonathan Capehart, Stephanie Cutter, Pat Egan, Karen Finney, Steve McMahon, Doug Thornell, Speakers: In every interaction, we consistently maintain our clients’ confidence by remaining focused on furthering their objectives and achieving their goals in an efficient manner. eventId: '91211904261', At Offit Kurman, we are our clients’ most trusted legal advisors, professionals who help maximize and protect business value and personal wealth. window.EBWidgets.createWidget({ The legendary Martin Garbus is one of the country’s leading trial lawyers. Bethesda, MD, ©2020 Offit Kurman, Attorneys At Law. His courtroom skills have earned him a distinguished reputation as a trial lawyer. Served as co-counsel in Jacobellis v. … Frederick, MD Our twelve offices serve individual and corporate clients in the Virginia, Washington, DC, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York City regions. '); Other notable clients include Nelson Mandela, Andrei Sakharov, Daniel Ellsberg, Spike Lee, Lenny Bruce, Al Pacino, Michael Moore, and countless other iconic figures. Trust, knowledge, confidence—in a partner, that’s perfect. Offit Kurman News: Read "Politics and the Supreme Court" Opinion by Martin Garbus originally published in the New York Times. Re “What’s the Point of the Supreme Court?,” by David A. Kaplan (Op-Ed, Sept. 5): By 1857, the time of the Dred Scott case upholding slavery, we knew that politics more than law decided cases. Trust, knowledge, confidence—in a partner, that’s perfect. You can also sign up to receive Law Matters, Offit Kurman’s monthly newsletter covering a diverse selection of legal and corporate thought leadership content. [CDATA[// >