Theodore Boutrous, Samuel Liversidge and Rod Stone Named Litigators of the Week

June 21, 2021

The Am Law Litigation Daily named Los Angeles partners Theodore J. Boutrous Jr., Samuel Liversidge and Rod Stone as its Litigators of the Week for securing a victory for Hewlett-Packard on appeal that resulted in the affirmation of one of the largest single-plaintiff verdicts in United States history—nearly $4.5 billion in damages and post judgment interest.  The profile was published on June 18, 2021.

Theodore J. Boutrous Jr. has represented clients in the federal and state appellate courts throughout the nation in a wide spectrum of cases. He has argued more than 160 appeals, including before the Supreme Court of the United States, 12 different federal circuit courts of appeals, 10 different state supreme courts and a multitude of other appellate and trial courts in complex civil, constitutional and criminal matters.

Samuel Liversidge has represented some of the world’s leading companies in connection with some of their most significant matters.  He has successfully litigated and tried claims ranging from breach of contract and fraud to alleged monopolization, conspiracy, exclusive dealing, predatory pricing and tying.  His experience in complex commercial and business litigation matters extends across multiple different industries, products and services.

Rod Stone has extensive experience in antitrust, intellectual property, unfair competition and competitive business practices litigation, including class actions. He has litigated claims of alleged monopolization, tying, exclusive dealing, price fixing, group boycott, refusal to deal and price discrimination, among others, in civil litigation and government investigations throughout the country.