Wittliff Cutter partner Leah Bhimani Buratti recently concluded an 11-year pro bono case on behalf of a Honduran woman fleeing domestic violence in her native country.
A team of Wittliff | Cutter attorneys won a significant pretrial ruling on behalf of their client, Centerra Homes, in a copyright dispute.
Wittliff | Cutter partners Ryan Botkin, María Amelia Calaf, and Katherine Chiarello, as well as of counsel Kayna Levy, represented a citizens group in Llano, Texas, in a preliminary injunction hearing in a major First Amendment lawsuit.
As insider threats increase, companies should work to make the most of federal trade secrets protections.
In a unanimous 10-page opinion, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit has affirmed the district court’s ruling in favor of Moov Technologies, Inc.
Wittliff | Cutter partners María Amelia Calaf and Katherine P. Chiarello argued on behalf of their client, Moov Technologies, Inc., at the U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals on May 9.