Robinson Bradshaw Litigators Recognized on Benchmark's 40 & Under Hot List



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Aug. 5, 2019

Four Robinson Bradshaw attorneys were named to Benchmark Litigation's annual 40 & Under Hot List, honoring the achievements of the nation's top young talent age 40 or younger. The litigators are:

Pearlynn G. Houck – A versatile litigator and adviser, Houck represents companies and executives in complex business and employment disputes and bet-the-company litigation. She has experience in matters involving fraud, breach of contract, restrictive covenants, financial products, securities, professional negligence and trade secrets. Her recent experience includes various multidistrict class actions involving collegiate athletics.

Susan M. Huber – Huber represents employers and executives in employment and business disputes and assists with internal and governmental investigations. She also advises on a variety of employment and human resources concerns, including discrimination and harassment claims, wage and hour compliance, hiring and termination, noncompetition agreements, and policy development and administration. Huber provides employment law training to managers and employees to help reduce litigation risk.

David C. Kimball – Kimball is a business litigator who routinely assists both companies and other institutions in resolving complex disputes. He represents a wide range of clients in litigation concerning construction defects and payment claims, breach of contract claims, commercial leasing disputes and creditors' rights. Kimball also has experience in a general counsel role, advising colleges and universities concerning compliance with Title IX and other federal laws that can often result in litigation.

Erik R. Zimmerman – Zimmerman helps clients resolve complex disputes. He focuses on appellate litigation, drawing on his experience as a law clerk for Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. of the U.S. Supreme Court. Zimmerman has substantial experience in antitrust matters, including class action defense and counseling on transactional antitrust issues. His practice also covers business litigation, trade secrets, unfair trade practices and constitutional law.

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