Four attorneys from global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP were recognized as Law360 2016 MVPs. In addition, Greenberg Traurig was recognized as one of only seven firms to have four attorneys on the elite list.
Lori G. Cohen was recognized as an MVP under the Trials category. Cohen is nationally recognized for her extraordinary trial record of 57 defense verdicts, virtually unmatched by any other attorney who handles high-stakes products liability trials. Standing out in her long list of victories is a 2016 complete defense verdict on behalf of client C.R. Bard in a trial requesting $28 million in damages from a woman alleging injuries cause by a Bard pelvic mesh device. Cohen is chair of the firm's Pharmaceutical, Medical Device & Health Care Litigation Practice; chair of the Trial Practice; and co-chair of the firm's Atlanta Litigation Practice.
Laura Foote Reiff, recognized as an Immigration MVP, is a leading technical lobbyist and practitioner for the business community. Reiff has founded and co-chairs two business coalitions on immigration reform. The first, the Essential Worker Immigration Coalition (EWIC), is a broad-based coalition of national businesses and trade associations that support immigration reform and are concerned with the shortage of both semi-skilled and unskilled ("essential worker") labor.
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