Law360 article: “Keller/Anderle Adds Veteran Atty With Prolific Trial Skills”

August 25, 2018  |   Recent Posts   |     |   Comments Off on Law360 article: “Keller/Anderle Adds Veteran Atty With Prolific Trial Skills”

Law360 recently  interviewed new Keller/Anderle partner Reuben Camper Cahn.

Excerpts from the article:

Keller/Anderle LLP has announced that a prolific trial attorney has joined the firm as a partner and will be putting his courtroom experience to use in commercial litigation, appeals and white collar defense … Reuben Cahn said he was drawn to Keller/Anderle given that its founders got their start in criminal defense. In a climate in which settlements are increasingly dominant in the commercial litigation space, Keller/Anderle routinely takes its cases to trial — an arena for which he feels he is best suited.

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