KARIN BOHMHOLDT

Greenberg Traurig

Greenberg Traurig Shareholder Karin Bohmholdt joined the firm in 2006 and this year was appointed the first female co-chair of the Los Angeles Litigation Department. Bohmholdt handles a wide variety of sophisticated litigation and appellate matters and has served as lead trial counsel for clients in cases tried before judges, juries and arbitrators. She focuses her practice on securities law, fiduciary litigation, class action matters, and appellate practice. She represents parties that include banks, trust companies, individual beneficiaries, trustees, and Fortune 500 companies.

Bohmholdt’s wide-ranging experience, coupled with her relatable and thoughtful nature, are why clients consistently turn to her to handle their most demanding cases. At any given time, Bohmholdt may have over a dozen active cases to balance with her firmwide contributions as a local department chair. Recently, she has handled trial court cases involving claims of breach of fiduciary duty against financial institutions, including jury trials and successful motions.

ADAM FOX

Squire Patton Boggs LLP

A gifted trial lawyer who has led some of Squire Patton Boggs’ largest litigation matters, a leader within the firm and a dedicated mentor and community servant, Adam Fox exemplifies what it means to be a partner at Squire Patton Boggs and a legal leader. Boggs is “homegrown,” having spent his entire career at Squire Patton Boggs after serving as a judicial clerk for the late Honorable Robert B. Krupansky of the US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

Fox currently serves as a member of the firm’s 12-person Global Board, and also leads the firm’s False Advertising Litigation & Protection Practice and Food & Beverage Litigation Practice. He previously served as managing partner of the firm’s Los Angeles office. As part of the firm's litigation practice, Fox focuses on false advertising and unfair competition cases, particularly in the food and beverage industry.

BRIAN HENNIGAN

Hueston Hennigan

Brian Hennigan is managing partner of Hueston Hennigan LLP. Over the course of an outstanding career, Hennigan has specialized in complex litigation, with an emphasis on white-collar criminal defense and investigations. For more than 20 years, he has successfully represented individuals and corporations facing a wide array of challenges presented by federal prosecutors and investigating agencies. Recent matters have resulted in the successful representations of individuals facing allegations under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the Securities and Exchange Commission Act, the Internal Revenue Code, and the Sherman Act. He has also represented Fortune 500 corporations in a variety of civil disputes, including antitrust, trade secret, and unfair competition litigation.

Hennigan is regularly engaged to represent a variety of institutions, corporations, professional athletes, leaders of various religious denominations, doctors, lawyers, accountants, and business executives in federal criminal matters.

SKIP MILLER

Miller Barondess

Master of his craft, Skip Miller is a top litigator with over 100 trials under his belt. He is sought out for high profile cases across the country. His versatility as a trial lawyer is demonstrated by having tried cases for clients ranging from entertainment to government to Fortune 500 companies.

Miller has gained notable recognition because of his diverse practice and ability to win big cases at trial. His diverse practice includes cases involving securities, sports, corporate shareholders, energy, investment banking, defamation, First Amendment, entertainment (motion pictures, television and music), employment, copyright, toxic tort, civil rights, real estate, contracts, partnerships, unfair competition, technology, administrative, energy, and government. His entertainment clients include Rod Stewart, Sean Connery, Axl Rose, Steven Tyler, Don Felder, Nikki Sixx and his band Motley Crue, Nile Rodgers, Steely Dan, the Tupac Shakur Estate, NBA All-Stars, and an NFL head coach, among many others.

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