Awards & Rankings 06.15.18
Richard Odgers Award Recognizes Pillsbury for Its Pro Bono Efforts
Laura LoBue has represented clients in both jury and bench trials, as well as before U.S. government agencies, state and federal courts, and commercial arbitration panels.
Laura has broad experience in complex litigation and arbitration with a particular focus in the areas of construction, infrastructure, nuclear energy, and government contracts. Her background in architecture gives her a unique perspective with clients, including real estate owners and developers, contractors, industrial and manufacturing companies, and power companies.
Successfully defended major Japanese manufacturer and several of its U.S. subsidiaries in ICC Arbitration in California involving the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (“SONGS”) that stemmed from claimed failure of certain critical components manufactured and supplied by our clients with claims exceeding $7 billion, and awarded fees and costs as the “prevailing party” in excess of $58 million.
Successfully defended Duke Energy against Westinghouse’s $482 million claim for termination costs resulting from the termination of an EPC Agreement for the Levy County nuclear power plant, after bench trial in federal court in North Carolina.
Representing general contractor in multi-party lawsuit involving over $50 million in claims related to the retractable roof at the Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York.
Super Lawyers, Rising Stars – Washington, DC, Construction Litigation (2014 – 2016)
Member of Washington Building Congress
Member of Jefferson Society
J.D., The George Washington University Law School, 2007
B.Arch., University of Louisiana at Lafayette, 2001
District of Columbia