Ludwig & Robinson, founded in 1992, consists of lawyers with diverse experience acquired at major law firms. The firm represents clients in litigation and counseling throughout the United States and the world, and is affiliated with a leading German law firm.
Whether as local, national or international counsel, we provide a range of services in a manner that is insightful, responsive and cost-effective. Our clients include multinational corporations, insurers, banks and financial institutions, air carriers, not-for-profit organizations, technology start-ups, universities, foreign entities and nationals, and other individuals.
Applying insights gained in decades of trial and appellate litigation, including novel and complex cases, the firm has an exceptional record of serving its client’s interests while obtaining often precedent-setting results.
May 20, 2016:
Sal Scanio quoted in Reuters article, Cyber thieves exploit banks’ faith in SWIFT transfer network
. Mar. 15, 2016:
L&R cert. petition in Odhiambo v. Rep. of Kenya
added to watch list for acceptance by Supreme Court by SCOTUS.blog
Mar. 15, 2016:
Law360 publishes Robert Ludwig’s article, Court Nominee, Guns, and Constitutional Illiteracy Mar. 4, 2016:
Sal Scanio joins Information Sharing for Mitigation of Payment Risk and Fraud Work Group of Federal Reserve Task Force Feb. 24, 2016:
L&R secures favorable early settlement for insurance client against Big-4 audit firm in ongoing Pa. litigation Jan. 11, 2016:
Law360 publishes Robert Ludwig's article, 2nd Amendment Still Undecided, Hiding in Plain View Jan. 6, 2016:
TTAB allows counterclaim of L&R client American Univ. of Kuwait in trademark cancellation case against American Univ. Jan. 6, 2016:
PRWeb announces Robert Ludwig's article on the Second Amendment Nov. 4, 2015: Robert Ludwig co-chairs Fidelity Law Association annual conference Nov. 4, 2015: Sal Scanio presents article at FLA conference, Payment Card Fraud, Data Breaches, and Emerging Technologies, XXI Fidelity L.J. 59 (2015) Oct. 5, 2015: Supreme Court asks Solicitor General’s views on L&R petition for Kenyan client raising long-hidden meaning at heart of FSIA