William Schmedlin is an associate in the firm's litigation department.
Represents financial guaranty insurers in lawsuits related to residential mortgage-backed securities.
Represents multiple clients in intellectual property disputes involving patents, copyrights, trademarks, including U.S. and international patent lawsuits for pharmaceutical and medical device companies.
Represented telecom and food retailers in false advertisement matters.
Represented client in discovery and dismantling of counterfeiting operation targeting their energy product.
Represented clients in internal and governmental investigations.
Represents both plaintiffs and defendants in lawsuits involving the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”), including successful suit that ultimately established entitlement of police sergeants to FLSA overtime pay.
Represents public union in collective bargaining.
Represents defendants in multimillion dollar appeal of claims including fraud and breach of contract.
Represents class of foster children in lawsuit challenging excessive and unnecessary time spent in acute-care psychiatric hospitals, which ultimately led to settlement agreement.
Represents class of children asserting their rights under the Individuals with Disabilities Act against a state educational agency, which ultimately led to a settlement agreement.
- U.S. District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
- New York
Recipient, Legal Aid Society's Pro Bono Publico Award (2010-2013)