Sarah Salomon joined Keker, Van Nest & Peters in the Fall of 2016. Prior to that, she served as a law clerk to Judge Beverly Martin on the Eleventh Circuit. She graduated from Stanford Law School in 2015, where she served as academic chair of the Black Law Students Association, and as president of Project ReMADE, an organization that helps formerly incarcerated people to start their own small businesses.
Since joining the firm, Ms. Salomon has worked on a wide variety of successful trial teams. Her experience includes trade secret cases involving employee mobility, commercial disputes implicating federal export law, habeas, and civil rights actions. In addition, Ms. Salomon has experience with complex arbitration and has worked on a team representing a large healthcare provider against insurers.
On April 26 District Court Judge Edward Chen granted a statewide preliminary injunction in Essential Access Health v. Azar, et al., a lawsuit challenging the Trump Administration’s sweeping changes to the federal Title X family planning program. Read more
Representing Essential Access Health and Dr. Melissa Marshall, Keker, Van Nest & Peters filed a motion for a preliminary injunction seeking to prevent the Department of Health and Human Services from enforcing sweeping changes to the Title X Family Planning Program. Read more
Following the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ finalization of sweeping changes to the Title X Family Planning Program, Keker, Van Nest & Peters has filed a lawsuit on behalf of Essential Access Health and Dr. Melissa Marshall, a family medicine doctor practicing at a Title X-funded health center in Yolo County, California. Read more
The California Superior Court in Sacramento today granted a writ of habeas corpus overturning the 2002 murder conviction of Zavion Johnson. Mr. Johnson spent nearly 17 years in California state prison after he was wrongfully convicted of the homicide. Read more