Louis M. Solomon

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  • Thursday, November 1, 2007
    Editor: Mr. Solomon, Proskauer Rose recently announced the release of a reference work entitled Proskauer on International Litigation and Arbitration: Managing, Resolving and Avoiding Cross-Border Business and Regulatory Disputes. For starters, what kinds of cases or matters are generally covered by the treatise? Solomon: International or cross-border...
  • Sunday, October 1, 2006
    Thoughtful case evaluation is a prerequisite to any professional approach to making the critical decisions in a litigation. However, formal case evaluation should not be confused with quantitative case evaluation. The latter concept is becoming fashionable and is being pressed into service by its advocates not only for making many of the cost-benefit...
  • Tuesday, November 1, 2005
    Editor: Mr. Solomon, would you tell our readers something about your background? Solomon: I graduated from Harvard Law School in 1976, and I have been litigating ever since. Before joining Proskauer, I was with a smaller firm that focused almost exclusively on litigation. Editor: I know you've explained what things attracted you to Proskauer. Are...
  • Monday, August 1, 2005
    Editor: Mr. Solomon, would you tell our readers something about your background and professional experience? Solomon: I've been litigating since I graduated from Harvard Law School in 1976. Before joining Proskauer, I was with Solomon, Zauderer, Ellenhorn, Frischer & Sharp, which focused almost exclusively on litigation and advice to clients at the...
  • Monday, November 1, 2004
    Three recent decisions - from the Second Circuit, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, and the Southern District's Bankruptcy Court - enhance the growing body of law addressing the relationship between U.S. and foreign legal regimes. More significant than the fact that Proskauer represented the winning party in each of the cases is...