United States: Dickstein Shapiro Grows West Coast Business Litigation Practice With Addition of Counsel Rebecca Lawlor Calkins
Last Updated: June 15 2015

(Los Angeles)—Dickstein Shapiro LLP is pleased to announce the addition of Counsel Rebecca Lawlor Calkins to the firm's Business Litigation Practice in Los Angeles. Ms. Calkins has more than 15 years of business litigation experience and has successfully handled numerous high-stakes matters for a wide variety of clients, including companies in the software and music industries.

In addition to her background in business litigation, Ms. Calkins has represented several clients on notable copyright, trademark, and patent infringement matters.

"Rebecca is a superbly talented commercial litigator, and I look forward to working with her again as she joins Dickstein Shapiro's growing Business Litigation Practice," said Los Angeles office Managing Partner James Turken.

Prior to joining Dickstein Shapiro, Ms. Calkins led her independent practice in Los Angeles and previously was an associate at Winston & Strawn LLP and Thelen, Reid & Priest LLP, where she worked closely with James Turken and Dickstein Shapiro Business Litigation Counsel Fawn Schanz.

With more than 100 litigators, Dickstein Shapiro provides the highest level of integrated representation in numerous areas and excels in litigating and settling complex, high-stakes business disputes. The firm's litigators are widely recognized as leading attorneys and have been singled out for their work by Chambers USA, U.S. Legal 500, the Financial Times, Benchmark Litigation, and U.S. News and Best Lawyers, among others.

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