Carter Ledyard Continues Pro Bono Work with Her Justice
Working closely with Her Justice, Carter Ledyard continues to assist pro bono clients apply for their U nonimmigrant status (“U-Visa”), which is a form of legal immigration status available to victims of certain crimes who have suffered mental or physical abuse, and who assist law enforcement or other government officials in the investigation or prosecution of criminal activity. Most recently, Carter Ledyard has helped one client obtain her final approval of legal status and has helped three additional women obtain their deferred approval for legal status (which secures a place on the government’s waiting list for final approval). Carter Ledyard has also assisted three clients obtain employment authorization. These successful results were obtained by CLM attorneys Christine Fazio, Judith Wallace, Josephine Yoon, Karen Meara, Len Trivigno, and Justin Peters, with significant assistance from legal assistant Bill Borenstein.
Fifteen attorneys across ten practice areas were named by Best Lawyers in their annual Best Lawyers in America® rankings.
Mr. McSloy taught at the College's semi-annual Leadership & Governance Certificate Program, designed for current and aspiring tribal leaders.
Jeff Boxer spoke with the New York Law Journal about the quality of services provided by a mid-sized law firm like Carter Ledyard.
Ms. Wallace has been a partner at CLM since 2017 and practices Art Law, Environmental Law and Litigation.
Carter Ledyard filed an action in Manhattan's Federal District Court against Pinduoduo, Inc., a multi-billion dollar Chinese-language social e-commerce app.
Ms. Lockhart, Chair of the firm's Labor and Employment practice group, served as a panelist for DeWitt Stern/Risk Strategies' EPL program.
Client Kaneka Corporation was awarded a default judgment against a Chinese importer...
Ms. Mann was asked to comment on the lawsuit alleging that the Trump Foundation charity used funds for personal and political purposes.
Carter Ledyard is pleased to welcome the arrival of Ms. Dreizen to the firm as Counsel in the Corporate department.
Partner Steven Paul McSloy gave a presentation at the Consulate General of Ireland in NYC on “The American Indian as Irishman: The Lost Connection”
Carter Ledyard client Global SC Finance IV Limited completed an offering of $196 million of fixed rate asset backed notes.
Judith discusses the benefits and risks of arbitration of art disputes in the newly created process at the Netherlands Arbitration Institute.
Jack was honored with the Chairman's Award, in recognition of his "tireless efforts and unending dedication to the foundation."
Mr. McCarthy has joined the firm as a partner in the Litigation Department, bringing with him years of experience in international litigation and arbitration.
Our 2017 Year in Review highlights the cutting-edge work of our clients, both foreign and domestic, and some of the ways we helped them succeed.