Martin I. Twersky
Martin I. Twersky is a Shareholder in the Antitrust Department. He has considerable experience in litigation involving a wide range of industries including oil and gas, banking, airline, waste hauling, agricultural chemicals and other regulated industries.
Y. Michael Twersky
Y. Michael Twersky concentrates his practice primarily on representing plaintiffs in complex litigation, including on insurance, antitrust, and environmental matters. In the past, Mr. Twersky has worked on a wide variety of insurance matters including an insurance case in which a Federal District Court found on Summary Judgement that a large insurance company had breached its policy when it denied benefits under an accidental death insurance plan.
Nick Urban is an Associate in the Antitrust practice group. He concentrates his practice in the area of complex antitrust litigation.
Lane L. Vines
Lane L. Vines’s practice is concentrated in the areas of securities/investor fraud, consumer and qui tam litigation. For more than 17 years, Mr. Vines has prosecuted both class action and individual opt-out securities cases for state government entities, public pension funds, and other large investors.
Dan Walker is a Shareholder of the Firm, which he rejoined in July 2017 after serving three years in the Health Care Division at the Federal Trade Commission. Mr. Walker practices in the Firm’s Washington, D.C. office.
Michaela Wallin is an Associate in the Antitrust and Employment Law practice groups. Ms. Wallin’s work in the Antitrust group involves complex class actions, including those alleging that pharmaceutical manufacturers have wrongfully kept less expensive drugs off the market, in violation of the antitrust laws.
Tyler E. Wren
Mr. Wren is a trial lawyer with over 35 years of experience in both the public and private sectors. Mr. Wren has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in a broad spectrum of litigation matters, including class actions, environmental, civil rights, commercial disputes, personal injury, insurance coverage, election law, zoning and historical preservation matters and other government affairs.