In an appellate case, an individual who makes a claim against another party is called an appellant. This individual, who is a lawyer, represents the company that has made the claim against the other party. This individual is a member of the legal team of a large law firm. He is an attorney based in San Francisco, California. His education includes his J.D. from Yale Law School, and he is admitted to practice law in California.
Lazarus is of counsel in the San Francisco office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher
Mr. Lazarus is Of Counsel in the San Francisco office of Gibson, Dunln & Crutcher and practices in the firm’s Litigation Department. His practice includes a broad range of business litigation, including antitrust and competition law. He has handled matters in both trial and appellate courts.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Lazarus served as a law clerk to two federal judges. He earned his J.D. from Yale Law School in 2011, and while there served as a Submissions Editor for the Yale Law Journal and Co-President of the Outlaws student group. He also holds a B.A. in international relations from Stanford University, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
Gibson Dunn has an international reputation as one of the nation’s premier firms in the practice of mergers and acquisitions. The firm’s attorneys have handled many complex disputes involving constitutional, statutory, and regulatory issues. They also have extensive experience in handling US and multinational insolvencies. The firm’s attorneys regularly represent secured lenders and official creditors’ committees. In addition, they have represented the debtor/company side in Chapter 11 cases and out-of-court work-outs.
Gibson Dunn’s labor and employment litigation practice is among the best in the country. Its attorneys have successfully represented many Fortune 500 companies and are often involved in class-action lawsuits and cases involving hundreds of millions of dollars in alleged damages. Gibson Dunn also handles complex real estate transactions around the globe.
Lazarus’ litigation practice includes antitrust, securities, and IP litigation. He also has extensive experience in handling SEC investigations, and has worked at high levels in the Department of Justice. In addition to his litigation practice, Lazarus also has experience in complex corporate investigations involving financial and intellectual property issues.
He earned his J.D. from Yale Law School
Amazonlazarus is a lawyer and scholar who specializes in international human rights and environmental law. Before pursuing his legal career, he worked as a law clerk and a government employee. He studied international law at Yale, and he has experience in both the private and public sector.
Before entering law school, Amazonlazarus worked as a legal research assistant at the Institute for Policy Integrity. He also has a B.A. in Environmental Science and a Master of Environmental Science from Yale School of the Environment. He is particularly interested in wildlife conservation and human attitudes toward wildlife. He has experience in the legal and nonprofit fields, and he volunteers for various nonprofits and organizations.
He is interested in questions of animals and nature in the intersection of law and philosophy. He has previously served as the editor-in-chief of the Harvard Review of Philosophy, where he led the publication of a special issue devoted to philosophical work on animals. His other interests include drug policy reform, criminal legal reform, and environmental justice. He hopes to understand the philosophical commitments that motivate different legal movements.
While at law school, he has a passion for animals and the environment. He is the founder of TransfarmAg, which leverages carbon offset credits to help farmers transition away from factory farming. His other work experience includes working as an economist for the US Army Corps of Engineers, first responder to Hurricane Maria, and Summer Law Clerk at the Animal Legal Defense Fund. He has also been a Field Organizer in the Georgia Runoff Elections and a Research Assistant for Harvard’s Animal Law and Policy Program. He has a B.S. in Microbiology and Economics from the University of Florida.
He has been admitted to practice law in the State of California
The court in Bolger v. Amazon, a case about a battery explosion, has accepted amicus briefs from high-profile organizations, including the United States Chamber of Commerce and the Consumer Attorneys of California. The plaintiff, Bolger, suffered terrible burns when the battery exploded. The case is expected to go to a higher court.