Congratulations to Greenberg Traurig’s Lori Cohen, Marc Mukasey, and Todd Wozniak, who have been selected as  2018 MVPs. The MVP series showcases standout attorneys who have had significant client wins and contributions to their practice areas in the last year.

Lori, Marc, and Todd have a strong commitment to an elite level of client service, providing counsel founded on multidisciplinary experience and collaborative teamwork.

Lori G. Cohen, Life Sciences MVP:
Lori is Co-Chair of the firm’s Global Litigation Practice, as well as Chair of Trial Practice Group and its Pharmaceutical, Medical Device & Health Care Litigation Practice. Lori is nationally recognized for her extraordinary trial success record and her ability to communicate complex scientific concepts to juries in various jurisdictions. Lori and her team represent pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers in some of the largest multidistrict litigations and mass tort cases in the country, while defending some of the most dangerous single-plaintiff catastrophic injury cases in challenging, plaintiff-friendly jurisdictions. To read Lori’s full MVP profile, highlighting her practice and latest career successes, click here.

Marc L. Mukasey, White Collar MVP: In the last year, Marc, Global Co-Chair of the firm’s White Collar Defense and Special Investigations Practice, had two significant criminal trial victories – the first-ever acquittal in a criminal “spoofing” trial (U.S. v. Flotron) and the successful trial defense of a residential mortgage-backed securities bond trader (U.S. v. Gramins). He also represents Rick Pitino, a legendary college basketball coach, and is leading the GT team representing individuals in the ongoing investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. To read more about Marc’s latest client representations in his Law360 MVP profile, click here.

Todd D. Wozniak, Benefits MVP: Co-Chair of the firm’s ERISA & Employee Benefits Litigation Group, Todd has tried more than 40 cases or arbitrations to verdict and has defended dozens of class and collective actions. Todd’s recent work includes a historic settlement in a putative Employee Stock Ownership (ESOP) class action (Hoover v. Brijon Management) where the district court certified the non-opt-out settlement class and awarded no damages or attorneys’ fees to plaintiffs and their counsel. To read in greater detail about Todd’s work in the last year and what differentiates him from his peers, click here for his Law360 MVP profile.

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