Media Coverage

Bill Pittard Featured in Law 360: “When Russia Investigations Collide”.
William Pittard Discusses Ongoing Investigations into President Trump’s Alleged Russia Ties.

Partner William Pittard was interviewed recently by the National Law Journal.  The interview focused on legal issues that may arise as criminal and congressional investigators seek information regarding alleged ties between, on the one hand,...

National Law Journal quotes Matt Kaiser’s White Collar Bar advice for President Donald Trump

Partner Matt Kaiser is quoted by the National Law Journal offering advice for President Donald Trump following the conflicting statements and tweets that have been emanating from the White House staff and the POTUS himself. Matt...

The Chronicle of Higher Education Interviews Justin Dillon On Title IX Due Process

As part of a lengthy piece examining the increase in lawsuits being filed on behalf of accused students in sexual misconduct cases on campus, The Chronicle of Higher Education interviewed Partner Justin Dillon, who has...

Law360 and quote Bill Pittard regarding amicus brief, filed on behalf of former General Counsels of the U.S. House of Representatives in the Supreme Court of the United States

On January 11, 2017, KaiserDillon partner Bill Pittard filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court of the United States, supporting a request by Robert Menendez, U.S. Senator from New Jersey, to have the Supreme Court...

The Associated Press Quotes Justin Dillon on Push for Colleges to Note Sexual Misconduct on Transcripts

Drawing on his experience defending dozens of students accused of sexual misconduct, partner Justin Dillon was recently quoted by the Associated Press about a growing push for colleges to note sexual misconduct findings on student...

Courthouse News Service quotes Bill Pittard regarding his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism

Based on his experience as the Acting General Counsel of the House of Representatives, partner Bill Pittard testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism about criminal investigations of congressional staff. Often...


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