Chambers USA recognizes Thomas E.L. Dewey as a leading lawyer for General Commercial Litigation in New York According to Chambers, interviewees describe him as a "very savvy litigator" who is "very good at spotting the right strategic approach," while others highlight his "practical common sense, judgment and demeanor." He is highlighted for his broad commercial litigation practice, while also offering significant experience in securities disputes. Read More.
The Internet has become central to the lives of billions of people and is essential to the way the world does business. But at its heart, it is nothing more than a network for digital communication. Its value comes from its ability to connect users: to one another, to the services they want, and to the content they consume, create, and share. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and thousands of other services are described as "social" media because they are fundamentally designed t
An agreement to settle a case is generally not binding until it is put into writing and either signed or entered as a court order. But as a recent case in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York illustrates, there is an important exception: Agreements made between counsel in open court are enforceable, even if one party changes her mind before an anticipated written agreement is complete. In Doe v. Kogut, No. 15-CV-07726 (SN), 2017 WL 1287144, at *2 (S.D