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JD Supra Recognizes Morrison & Foerster in its 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards

Six MoFo lawyers were named “Top Authors” as part of this year’s awards series.

27 Mar 2019

JD Supra honored Morrison & Foerster as the “Top Firm” for Product Liability content as part of its 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards. In addition, six MoFo lawyers were named “Top Authors,” including San Diego partner Erin Bosman, who was recognized as the “Top Author” for Product Liability.

Other top authors from the firm include:

  • Government Contracting: Daniel Chudd (Northern Virginia), James Tucker (Washington, D.C.)
  • International Law: Alistair Maughan (London)
  • Product Liability: Julie Park (San Diego), Lucía Roibal (San Francisco)

In addition, Alistair’s article titled “Regulatory Changes Ahead: The 2018 Landscape for Technology Businesses in Europe” was recognized as one of the most read articles on the topic of cybersecurity and international law in 2018.

The annual Readers’ Choice Awards recognize top authors and firms for their visibility and engagement from C-suite executive and in-house counsel readers across 26 cross-industry topics. Ten authors and one firm are selected for each category. This year’s winners were selected from over 50,000 authors who’ve published content on the JD Supra platform.

JD Supra is a leading online platform that delivers content, competitive insights, and market intelligence to legal and business professionals across all industries.

Read more about the 2019 Readers Choice Awards.

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