Wilkinson Walsh + Eskovitz

Litigation Department

District of Columbia
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What the team is known for Impressive litigation boutique, noted for its expert handling of complex, bet-the-company cases for leading corporate clients across a wide range of sectors. Noted strength in antitrust, trade secrets and price-fixing disputes. An enviable bench includes several leading practitioners with significant federal prosecutorial and public defense experience. Can draw on additional capabilities in white-collar criminal litigation, with extensive experience representing individuals in high-profile trials.

Strengths An interviewee notes that "in a short amount of time they've set themselves out as a go-to firm for trial work."

One source notes: "Walsh and Wilkinson have created a very talented and successful firm," while another adds: "They're doing wonderful things and great work."

Work highlights Successfully defended the National Collegiate Athletic Association against charges of defamation brought by former assistant football coach Todd McNair. The plaintiff had originally sought additional charges of breach of contract and negligence but agreed to dismiss them before the case went to the jury.

Notable practitioners

The "exceptionally talented" Alexandra Walsh is highly regarded for her litigation practice. She has extensive experience representing individual and institutional clients across a range of industries, including pharmaceuticals and financial services.

Beth Wilkinson "is remarkable," says an interviewee. "She has gravitas with clients, she is a trusted adviser, a trusted mentor and a great colleague." She wins praise from all corners of the market for her enviable trial practice, representing individuals and corporations in high-profile multidistrict litigation.