• Michael D. Reif

    Michael Reif loves connections—making them, applying them, and sharing them with others. At Robins Kaplan, he brings together disparate ideas, legal theories, trends, and people to help his clients achieve success, whether in the boardroom or the courtroom. By monitoring and writing about the latest business news every day, Mr. Reif helps his clients and ... Continue reading
  • Stacey P. Slaughter

    A partner at Robins Kaplan LLP, Stacey Slaughter represents businesses, organizations, institutional investors, shareholders, and brokers, that face significant commercial disputes, complex business problems, and novel legal issues. In an area where money, business, and law meet, Ms. Slaughter brings exceptional financial markets knowledge and legal experience to a practice that focuses on complex commercial ... Continue reading
  • Carly Kessler

    Carly Kessler is an associate in the New York office of Robins Kaplan LLP. Ms. Kessler attended law school at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, and earned her Bachelor of Science degree at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, where she graduated magna cum laude.
  • Michael Kolcun

    Michael Kolcun primarily focuses his practice on business and intellectual property litigation, representing clients ranging from large corporations to start-ups, as well as individuals. Michael is a former in-house counsel to a Fortune 500 company and litigator at a class action law firm, where he gained extensive experience in appellate practice, health care litigation, and ... Continue reading
  • Annie Huang

    Annie Huang is results-oriented attorney with a core belief that the law is a tool to drive business and a passion for protecting intellectual property rights (patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets) through litigation, counseling and licensing. She partners with her clients in developing creative and effective solutions for complex legal problems to help her ... Continue reading
  • Katherine Barrett Wiik

    Katherine (“Katie”) Barrett Wiik is active in Robins Kaplan’s Business Litigation and Appellate Advocacy & Guidance groups. As a former law clerk for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, she has a particular interest in appellate strategy and advocacy, and she has been the primary author of dozens of appellate briefs to ... Continue reading
  • Sarah Friedricks

    Sarah Friedricks focuses her practice on business litigation, serving a wide variety of clients with a range of business disputes. Sarah makes time to listen to her clients’ needs and then aims to provide them with thoughtful and creative solutions to even the most complex legal problems. Sarah’s dedication to and empathy for others drives ... Continue reading
  • Anne Lockner

    Ms. Lockner is a partner in the firm's business litigation department and has extensive experience in handling—and solving—a broad array of problems for her clients. As a trial attorney, she has the skills and expertise to wield the threat of trial as a sword, but understands and appreciates her clients need to use it only ... Continue reading
  • David Martinez

    Mr. Martinez represents a wide range of U.S. and international clients in all forms of dispute resolution, with emphasis in the areas of intellectual property, business, antitrust and class action litigation. Mr. Martinez helps his clients resolve complex business and IP disputes, as well as protect and monetize their intellectual property and manage risk.
  • James Menton, Jr.

    A litigation attorney primarily focused on business litigation, bankruptcy and creditor’s rights, James Menton draws upon his extensive professional network to provide clients with strategic resources and solutions in their cases.
  • William Webster

    Bill Webster joined Robins Kaplan LLP right out of law school in 1988 and is a partner and a leader in the Insurance and Catastrophic Loss Litigation Group. Mr. Webster’s practice focuses on commercial property and energy and engineered risks, including coverage analysis and subrogation, dispute resolution, strategic advice, and trial and arbitration work arising ... Continue reading
  • Lisa Coyle

    Lisa Coyle has over thirteen years of experience representing financial institutions, domestic and international corporations, foreign sovereigns, and individuals in a broad array of complex commercial litigation and arbitration matters, including cases arising under the federal securities, bankruptcy, privacy, antitrust, and anti-discrimination laws, as well as fiduciary duty, shareholder derivative, business tort, contract, and employment ... Continue reading