Law360’s 2021 Editorial Advisory Boards
Blank Rome LLP is pleased to announce that four attorneys have been named to Law360’s 2021 editorial advisory boards, whose purpose are to get provide feedback on the Law360’s coverage and to gain insight from leading professionals in the field on how best to shape future coverage. Blank Rome partner Merle DeLancey and associate Carolyn Cody-Jones were selected to join the Government Contracts Editorial Advisory Board; partner Lisa Campisi was selected to join the Insurance Editorial Advisory Board; and partner Mitchell Newmark was selected to join the Tax Authority State & Local Editorial Advisory Board.
As published in Law360:
Carolyn Cody-Jones, Blank Rome LLP
Carolyn Cody-Jones is a senior associate at Blank Rome, concentrating her practice on government contracts and complex litigation. Cody-Jones has experience counseling and representing clients in all aspects of dispute resolution, including bid protests, contract claims, government investigations and regulatory compliance.
Merle DeLancey, Blank Rome LLP
Merle DeLancey is a partner in the government contracts practice in Blank Rome's office in Washington, D.C. His practice focuses on government contracting compliance and guidance with a focus on health care contracting, procurements and investigations.
To read more about Law360’s 2021 Government Contracts Editorial Board, please click here.
Lisa M. Campisi, Blank Rome LLP
Lisa Campisi is one of a handful of lawyers whose blue-chip clients call on her to both litigate their coverage disputes and advise on all insurance facets of their multibillion-dollar transactions. A typical day begins with advising on billion-dollar acquisitions, and then heading to court to argue cutting-edge coverage issues.
To read more about Law360’s 2021 Insurance Editorial Advisory Board, please click here.
Mitchell Newmark, Blank Rome LLP
Partner Mitchell Newmark defends, audits and litigates U.S. state and local tax matters before judicial courts and administrative tribunals around the country. He has secured favorable outcomes on tax matters, many of which are precedential, and has argued successfully before state high courts, intermediate appellate courts and trial courts.
To read more about Law360’s Tax Authority State & Local Editorial Advisory Board, please click here.