Ian Barlow's practice focuses on complex litigation in federal and state courts,... more
Ian Barlow's practice focuses on complex litigation in federal and state courts, including wage and hour violations, product liability, mass tort and consumer class actions. Prior to Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff LLP, Ian was an attorney at Churchwell White LLP, where his practice included labor and employment, public law and litigation on behalf of businesses and public entities. Ian also was an ... view profile
Doug Durham is a seasoned litigator and experienced insurance coverage counsel with... more
Doug Durham is a seasoned litigator and experienced insurance coverage counsel with a special emphasis on aviation, maritime and commercial litigation matters. Since 1996 Mr. Durham has represented aircraft owners, operators, aviation businesses and their insurers, litigating cases involving both rotary and fixed-wing aircraft manufacturers, service facilities, repair shops, charter operations... view profile
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