A U.S. District Court has denied the federal government’s request to reconsider a preliminary injunction blocking President Donald Trump’s Executive Order defunding “sanctuary jurisdictions.”
The Daily Journal has recognized Christa Anderson and Jan Neilsen Little among the Top Women Lawyers in California.
The nationwide injunction to block Trump's executive order defunding sanctuary cities was a win for lawyers for Santa Clara County and their pro bono counsel at Keker Van
Nest & Peters.
In a historic ruling issued today, U.S. District Court Judge William H. Orrick granted the County of Santa Clara’s request to temporarily enjoin President Trump and his administration from enforcing an Executive Order provision that would withdraw all federal funding from the County and jurisdictions across the country deemed “sanctuary jurisdictions.”
Keker, Van Nest & Peters secured a $2.8 million jury verdict for TEK Global SRL in a dispute with Sealant Systems Inc. regarding patented tire repair technology.
Eleven lawyers from two Keker, Van Nest & Peters trial teams representing Google and Arista received California Lawyer of the Year awards from the Daily Journal for intellectual property trial wins.
Bob Van Nest led two Keker, Van Nest & Peters trial teams on behalf of clients Google and Arista, respectively, that were recognized as top defense verdicts in California.
After a two-week trial, a San Jose jury has cleared Arista Networks of allegations that it infringed copyrights and patents belonging to Cisco Systems.
Keker & Van Nest is preparing to add Elliot R. Peters as a name partner in recognition of his years of outstanding service for the firm.
Google's lead attorney Robert Van Nest and his team won an epic victory in a courtroom battle between two Silicon Valley giants.
We defended Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, from the New York Attorney General's claims.
We defended the founders of an environmental startup company in a breach of fiduciary lawsuit.
We defended former Citigroup executive Brian Stoker in one of the rare financial crisis cases to go to trial.
By winning a defense verdict in this federal jury trial, we protected Twitter Inc. from a patent infringement suit and a $40 million damages claim.
Keker, Van Nest & Peters wins landmark Fourth Amendment ruling.