Carter, Ledyard & Milburn

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Main Office: New York
Participating Offices: New York
AveryIndex Popularity: #25 out of 795
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Comment by: Quinn Posted: November 2, 06
1800 billables includes pro bono, bus dev and recruiting! It's not ultra-prestigious but a solid firm with good work.
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The National Law Journal (registration)
Media Lawyer, Pro-Trump Journalist Meet on Twitter, Team Up on Libel SuitThe National Law Journal (registration)On May 26, three Russian bankers represented by Alan Lewis of Carter Ledyard & Milburn sued BuzzFeed for defamation over the site's publication of a dossier that made unverified claims of ties between Russian interests and the Trump campaign. A week ...and more »
PISSGATE: BuzzFeed Hit With Lawsuit Over Trump DossierThe Daily CallerThe bankers are represented by Alan Lewis and John Walsh of Carter Ledyard & Milburn. They hope to recover damages to compensate for the harm allegedly inflicted on their reputations. BuzzFeed spokesman Matt Mittenthal dismissed the suit as frivolous.and more »
Russian bank sues BuzzFeed over controversial Trump-Russia dossierRT... unverified and that the Dossier itself contained errors, including the repeated misspelling of Alfa's name, and could not be verified despite substantial efforts,” said Alan Lewis and John Walsh of Carter Ledyard and Milburn, the law firm for the …and more »
Russian Bankers Sue Buzzfeed Over Publication of Unverified Trump DossierNewsweek... affording the Plaintiffs an opportunity to address the unverified allegations made against them and against Alfa in the Dossier,” wrote Alan Lewis and John Walsh, lawyers from the law firm Carter Ledyard and Milburn, who are representing the bank …BuzzFeed sued by Russian bank owners for publishing dossierWashington ExaminerRussian bank owners sue BuzzFeed over Trump dossier publicationPolitico (blog)Owners Of Russian Bank Sue Buzzfeed Over 'Pissgate' DossierMintpress News (blog)Politicoall 18 news articles »
WTNH Connecticut News (press release)
Woman arrested for damaging car with bat in LedyardWTNH Connecticut News (press release)LEDYARD, Conn. (WTNH) — A woman is facing charges after she allegedly damaged a car with a bat on Monday. According to police, 19-year-old Kiona Carter of Ledyard was observed damaging a parked car on Shewville Road with a baseball bat.
New York Times
Contracts to Defend de Blasio and Aides May Cost City $11.6 MillionNew York TimesTaken together, the contracts contain a constellation of white-collar criminal defense and trial lawyers from law firms big and small, as well as the maximum they can bill the city: Debevoise & Plimpton, $10 million; Carter Ledyard & Millburn, $750,000 …De Blasio's legal fees on the rise, will cost city over $11MNew York PostTaxpayers Spent $11.6 Million to Defend de Blasio in Fundraising ProbesDNAinfoTaxpayers to pay up to $11.65M for legal defense of de Blasio administration in probe of fund-raising practicesNew York Daily Newsall 152 news articles »
New York Times
Mallory Weinshall, Jonathan GlusbandNew York TimesMallory Lauren Weinshall and Jonathan Louis Glusband were married April 22 at Hotel Van Zandt in Austin, Tex. Rabbi Dennis Wald officiated. Mrs. Glusband, 30, is a real estate investment associate for the University of Texas Investment Management ...
Norwich Bulletin
Police: Ledyard woman damaged parked car with baseball batNorwich BulletinLEDYARD - A Ledyard woman was arrested after police say she damaged a parked car with a baseball bat on Monday. Police said Kiona Carter, 20, of 45 ...and more »
Commercial Observer
From Developing to Debt Brokering, Richard Bassuk Has Done It AllCommercial ObserverIn my [second or third] year at Harvard, I had worked for one of the big Wall Street firms—Franklin Roosevelt's firm, Carter Ledyard—we represented American Express and all the major brokerages. Carter Ledyard has since lost a lot of its steam, but …
New York Post
Law firms fighting de Blasio probes will cost taxpayers over $10MNew York PostThe Law Department also negotiated another contract awarded last month without competitive bidding with the law firm of Carter Ledyard & Milburn. It calls for $750,000 in payments through Fiscal 2017 for representation related to the scandalous …
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