Keller and Heckman LLP
Size of Organization: 65
Year Established: 1962Web Site: http://www.khlaw.com
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Keller and Heckman LLP, founded in 1962, has a broad practice in the areas of regulatory law, litigation, and business transactions, serving both domestic and international clients. Our firm is a pioneer in the use of interdisciplinary approaches to problem-solving. Since 1971, we have had an in-house scientific staff that works closely with the firm's attorneys on matters of technical complexity. Many of our attorneys also have government experience and expertise in multiple areas of the law.
Keller and Heckman represents a wide spectrum of companies and trade associations servicing a range of industries, including food and food additives, plastics, pesticides, fine and industrial chemicals, drugs and medical devices, transportation, and telecommunications. The firm's practice covers the diverse regulatory areas that affect these industries, as well as business counseling and litigation issues. Our attorneys and scientists emphasize creative service to clients involved in the development of new products, services, and markets.
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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Highest number of cases by Keller and Heckman LLP:
Toxic Torts (14 cases in past two years)
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Documents by Keller and Heckman LLP on Martindale.com
Government Agencies Cannot Amend Their Rules Through Litigation Settlements
Douglas J. Behr,Arthur S. Garrett,Robert S. Niemann,Jacquelyn L. Thompson, May 23, 2013
A federal appellate court recently ruled that government agencies cannot change agency rules through litigation settlements, thereby avoiding notice and comment rulemaking. The court's decision, if followed by other courts, will limit government agencies' flexibility in settling legal challenges to...
DC Circuit Strikes Down NLRB Union Poster Rule
Manesh K. Rath,Jacquelyn L. Thompson, May 18, 2013
The D.C. Circuit recently vacated the National Labor Relations Board’s (“NLRB”) rule requiring employers to post notices informing employees of their National Labor Relations Act (“NLRA”) rights. The case is National Association of Manufacturers v. NLRB.