LaKeisha M.A. Caton, counsel and member of Pryor Cashman's Labor + Employment and Litigation Groups, and Kamilah M. Holder, member of the Intellectual Property Group, have joined the ranks of the National Black Lawyers Top 100. This distinction is awarded to the top black attorneys in each state. Each member is rigorously vetted and required to meet certain criteria such as reputation review among peers, the judiciary, and the public, notable achievements, settlements, and verdicts as specialty lawyers, rankings by leading national evaluation organizations and associations, and more.
According to the network of legal experts:
"The National Black Lawyers Top 100 was created to celebrate legal excellence by promoting our attorneys as subject-matter experts, developing a strong national network of top African American attorneys, and facilitating the exchange of timely information to enable our members to maintain their status as leaders."
More About Caton's Practice
LaKeisha M.A. Caton is a member of Pryor
Cashman's Labor + Employment and Litigation Groups and combines
a comprehensive litigation background with a focus on
employment-related matters. She is actively monitoring the current
wave of legislation that is affecting employers and employees
coping with the COVID-19 crisis, which enables her to effectively
advise and guide her clients through their rights and entitlements
under both federal and New York law.
More About Holder's Practice
Kamilah M. Holder represents a diverse roster of clients from the retail, hospitality, entertainment, and media industries in intellectual property and data privacy-related matters, helping to enable them to achieve their goals, remain in compliance with state and federal laws, and keep what is rightfully theirs.
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