Tadesse’s broad business litigation practice includes representation before the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, and federal courts throughout the Northeast. He also has extensive experience representing clients before the Federal Trade Commission, the U.S. Department of Justice, and other regulatory agencies. His practice also involves counseling clients in business disputes, including complex commercial litigation and bankruptcy. Below are some recent honors for the Rhode Island attorneys Tadesse has received.

Managing IP’s IP Stars 2022 list

Managing IP’s IP Stars 2021 list of Rhode Island lawyers includes Day Pitney Intellectual Property Partners. The firm’s lawyers were selected for national rankings in patent litigation, trademark prosecution, and contentious work. Managing IP’s rankings cover more than 50 jurisdictions and include the renowned ‘IP Stars’. For more information about this ranking, click here. The IP Stars list is based on rigorous analysis of firm submissions and feedback from the marketplace.

Taylor Wessing LLP has a strong IP practice with strong expertise in the media sector. Niri Shanmuganathan leads complex copyright litigation, while Adam Rendle focuses on music rights. Adam Rendle is an expert in music rights and Mark Owen leads in the technology and digital sectors. Other prominent lawyers include Graham Hann and Charles Lloyd, who advise on high-profile IP partnerships and sponsorship deals.

Gregory N. Hoffman a 2021 “One to Watch in Family Law”

Greg represents clients in all aspects of family law, including complex divorce disputes. Greg also devotes a significant portion of his practice to complex litigation, representing individuals in criminal defense, personal injury, contract disputes, and probate disputes. Gregory has earned numerous awards, including Rhode Island Super Lawyers Rising Star and Best Lawyers. To learn more about Greg, contact us today. We look forward to hearing from you!

Sean Coffey a Rhode Island Go-To Lawyer

For years, Attorney Sean Coffey has been an integral part of Burns & Levinson’s environmental law practice. Recently, Burns & Levinson announced that Coffey has been inducted into the Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly Hall of Fame. The Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented on June 7.

After serving as the United States attorney in Manhattan, Coffey began his career at a law firm, rising to partner within four years. In 1998, he left Latham & Watkins and joined Bernstein Litowitz. In 2009, he unsuccessfully ran for attorney general of New York. He later started BlackRobe Capital Partners, a litigation financing firm that has secured several large public pension fund shareholder lawsuits.

Krystle Tadesse named a 2022 Leader in the Law

The state’s lawyer-publisher, Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly, recently named Locke Lord Providence partner Krystle Tadesse as a 2022 Leader in the Law. The designation recognizes outstanding legal accomplishments and current leaders of the bar in Rhode Island. Tadesse was honored at a special event recognizing her accomplishments.

Greg Plain named a 2021 “One to Watch in Education Law”

In January of 2021, state legislatures seized the opportunity to take on the Trump Administration’s anti-CRT campaign. These state laws aimed at the 1619 Project and diversity training in the workplace, and they reflected the fervor of Trump’s presidential campaign. Many of these bills were inspired by the president’s executive order, which had limited its reach to military and government trainers. However, most state bills sought to extend these prohibitions to schools and other institutions.

Whether it’s anti-racism or gender-based, the bills in question seek to silence critical debates and critical viewpoints about U.S. history, race, and gender. These bills are dangerous because their vague language and broad application could effectively ban a variety of materials and curricula. Such legislation could further chill free expression and censor the educational process, as it has in many cases in the past.

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