Lewis Liman Named a "Securities MVP" by Law360 for 2013

November 21, 2013

Lewis Liman was named a “Securities MVP” by Law360 for 2013. Lewis was profiled in an accompanying article that highlights his work on the U.S. Supreme Court Case Gabelli v. SEC and notes that “Lewis Liman handed the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission its most significant legal defeat in 2013.”

Lewis follows Cleary Gottlieb partner Thomas Moloney, who was honored as a “Securities MVP” by Law360 in 2011.

Recognized as one of the top litigation groups in the world, Cleary Gottlieb provides clients with creative and result-oriented litigation and arbitration counsel. Our litigators have had a significant impact in shaping securities law in the nation’s preeminent courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and state and federal courts in New York, Delaware, and California.

Law360 is an online news source that covers a wide array of legal practice areas daily. Since 2011, Law360 has published the MVP Awards annually to honor lawyers whose accomplishments have raised the bar within their area of practice.

To view Lewis’s profile by Law360, please click here.