Ed Flanders leads the law firm's New York office Litigation practice. He represents companies in large, complex commercial litigation and arbitration matters including claims arising out of corporate governance disputes, tax sharing disputes, insurance coverage disputes, major oil spills, project disputes involving construction, engineering, and procurement contracts, long term supply contracts, etc. He also has represented banks acting in their capacity as indenture trustees, backup servicers, and other corporate trust functions.
U.S. District Court for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York; Second, Seventh Circuit and Eleventh Circuit Courts of Appeals; United States Supreme Court
"#OMG! The Inevitable Intersection of Social Media and Litigation," Pillsbury CLE Marathon, February 2013
"Proven Strategies for Controlling the Cost of Review in a Defensible Manner" and "Global Electronic Discovery: Issues and Conflicts," IQPC Conference (Toronto), July 2010
“Controlling the Rising Costs of Electronic Discovery in the U.S.,” Japan Society Corporate Program, June 2008