Taft partner Jeanne M. Cors has been selected for inclusion in the second annual edition of the Top 250 Women in Litigation, published by Benchmark Litigation. She was also selected for inclusion last year in the publication’s inaugural issue. Top 250 Women in Litigation is devoted to honoring the achievements and issues facing female trial lawyers in the United States. Cors was also selected as a Top Litigation Star in 2013 by Benchmark Litigation.
Cors is a partner in Taft’s Litigation group, as well as the firm’s Antitrust, White Collar Criminal Defense, FCPA and International Anti-Corruption, and Health and Life Sciences practices. She provides counsel on competition, pricing and antitrust class actions to clients across several industries, including life sciences, professional sports and manufacturing. She also counsels on white-collar issues, particularly the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Cors received her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center in 1999. She serves on the board of governors of the Antitrust Section of the Ohio State Bar Association and is a member of the American Bar Association.
About Benchmark Litigation and the Top 250 Women in Litigation publications
Female litigators listed in the publication were selected on the basis of peer review conducted for the 2013 edition of Benchmark Litigation, the parent publication of Top 250 Women in Litigation. Female local litigation stars from each 50 states plus the District of Columbia are listed in this guide. In states where no women had been featured as local litigation stars in the most recent edition of Benchmark, the editorial staff selected litigators from women chosen as future stars. The compendium of top 10 female litigators was selected on the basis of peer review, as well as the gravitas and depth of their overall careers in trial law.
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