In the 2009 Term, lawyers in the firm were counsel to parties in seven merits cases. Of particular note, in January, 2010, Amy Howe successfully argued on behalf of the petitioner in Abbott v. Abbott, a case involving the proper interpretation of the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction. The Court ruled 6-3 in our client's favor.
Also in January, Kevin Russell argued on behalf of the the petitioner in Jerman v. Carlisle, a Fair Debt Collection Practices Act case. In April, the Court ruled in our client's favor, 7-2.
In March, Tom Goldstein argued a bankruptcy case on behalf of the petitioner in Hamilton v. Lanning. The Court ruled 8-1 in our client's favor.
Goldstein & Russell, P.C. specializes in representing clients at all stages before the U.S. Supreme Court. Collectively, the firm’s lawyers have argued 79 cases on the merits and have filed in e… Read More
While focused on representing clients in the Supreme Court, the firm also serves as counsel to clients in the federal courts of appeals. Like its Supreme Court practice, the firm’s experience in the… Read More
On October 7, Thomas Goldstein argued before the Supreme Court on behalf of the petitioner in Google LLC v. Oracle America, Inc., a case concerning whether copyright protection extends to a software interface; and if it does, whether use of a softwar… Read More
We have received information that someone is using our law firm and Thomas C. Goldstein’s likeness, including a copy of a fake ID card, in an attempt to acquire personal information and/or a deposit with the promise of a large sum money transfer. Read More