BAA Taps Wilmer for Possible Attack-Related Matters

, The Am Law Daily


William Lee had just checked into his hotel room in Texarkana, Ark., on April 15 when he switched on the television and saw the carnage near Boston's Copley Square. The Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr litigation and IP partner, who was in town for a hearing in the federal courthouse that straddles the state line with Texas, said that like many Bostonians his immediate thoughts involved the safety of his family members.

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