Jeremy A. Cohen is a Partner in Commercial Litigation in the New York office of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. Jeremy provides his clients with real-world guidance and a focus on achievable business results, consistent with corporate needs rather than just litigation wins and losses. In doing so, he helps clients navigate litigation-avoidance strategies where necessary, while preparing to wield all of the tools of offensive or defensive litigation, as circumstances require.
Jeremy draws on the firm’s cross-discipline, cross-border capabilities to deliver excellent results for clients. Whether it’s teaming up with colleagues in Boston to pitch trade secrets work in New England, coordinating with the Los Angeles team to represent a witness in a California proceeding, acting as local counsel for firm clients in the Tri-State area, or even reaching across the Pacific to work with the Asia-Pacific offices to facilitate a Chinese real estate sale, Jeremy takes full advantage of Seyfarth’s subject matter depth and geographic breadth to get the job done.
Marcus L. Mintz is a Partner in Trade Secrets, Computer Fraud and Non-Competes in the Chicago office of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. Marcus focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, including cases involving post-merger disputes, misappropriation of trade secrets and intellectual property, equity rights and business tort claims.
Marcus has represented a wide range of clients, including medical device manufacturers, clinical research organizations, automotive manufacturers, defense contractors, construction companies, insurance companies and a variety of private business owners. He has represented and counseled clients through all phases and forms of litigation, including pre-litigation resolution, alternative dispute resolution, administrative law proceedings, emergency injunctions, jury trials and appeals.
Erik W. Weibust is a Partner in Trade Secrets, Computer Fraud and Non-Competes in the Boston office of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. Erik’s national litigation practice provides him with a unique and diverse perspective on how courts and arbitrators, in a variety of jurisdictions, analyze relevant issues, keeping him abreast of cutting-edge legal arguments, industry trends and litigation strategies that he brings to bear in all of his representations. Erik regularly publishes articles and speaks locally and nationally about trade secret and restrictive covenant law, and he has been quoted on these topics in publications such as the Washington Post and Law360.
Erik has substantial case management experience from the early stages of litigation through the appeals process, including investigations, discovery, mediation and trial and arbitration, as well as litigation avoidance. He manages client expectations and budgets practically and with transparency and accountability, using Seyfarth’s broad suite of cutting-edge technology and project management capabilities.
In 2017, Erik was named co-chair of Seyfarth Shaw’s Boston office Litigation department. Prior to joining the firm, Erik served as a law clerk to the Honorable Peter W. Hall of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
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