Gupta Wessler LLP maintains an active practice before the Supreme Court of the United States. We brief and argue cases before the Court, devise amicus strategies, work with the Office of the Solicitor General, and assist others in preparing their cases before the Court.
Six of the firm’s lawyers have presented oral argument before the Court; many of our lawyers have briefed dozens of cases before the Court; some have clerked at the Court; others have worked on Supreme Court cases in the federal government; and one was appointed to argue by the Court. The firm’s lawyers also regularly serve as instructors in Harvard Law School’s Supreme Court Litigation Clinic.
Our experience before the Court has covered a wide range of issues, including administrative law, antitrust, arbitration, attorneys’ fees, bankruptcy, class actions, communications law, constitutional law of all stripes, consumer law, copyright, employment law, environmental law, federal jurisdiction, labor law, and preemption.
We have particularly extensive experience with defeating petitions seeking review of important victories, and are often retained at the petition stage to keep cases out of the Court. We also have a strong track record of getting certiorari granted. Among private firms that focus on the representation of plaintiffs and public-interest clients, our Supreme Court practice is unmatched.