Supreme Court Asks Solicitor General to Opine in Pfizer Alien Torts Case; Pfizer Brings Quinn Emanuel on Board

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In the case that may determine the future parameters of the Alien Tort Statute, the Court will be hearing from a bevy of former Harvard profs: Elena Kagan for the Justice Department, Milberg special counsel Arthur Miller for the Nigerian plaintiffs, and Quinn partner Kathleen Sullivan for Pfizer. Plus: how Quinn got the crucial Supreme Court assignment from Pfizer.

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