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  • Name
    Young Moon
  • Position
  • Practice
  • Location
  • Law School
  • Brief Biography

    Young knew she wanted to practice law in her hometown of Chicago before she chose the type of law she wanted to practice. Skadden, therefore, was at the top of her law firm wish list: No matter the practice area she ultimately selected, she'd be working with and learning from top attorneys while advising leading corporations on sophisticated and complex matters.

    Ultimately Young decided to focus on corporate transactions, and shortly after completing the firm's new-associate training, she joined the deal team advising Hospira in its $17 billion acquisition by Pfizer — the type of big public company acquisition she had hoped for. Since then, Young has worked on a diverse array of matters, advising clients on matters ranging from high-profile public company mergers to corporate governance issues and strategic acquisitions.

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  • Mentor Dinner Menu
    Young considers herself a devoted "foodie" — a quality she shares with her Skadden mentors, with whom she's visited some of Chicago's finest restaurants and best-hidden diners.
  • Documents

    As a member of the Chicago office's corporate group, Young has had the opportunity to work on a wide range of transactions. Her bookshelf includes several souvenirs, including a proxy statement for the Hospira transaction and prospectus supplements for note offerings for Ball Corporation and Ecolab.

  • Personal Organizer

    Young's emphasis on organization has served her well as an associate, particularly when her plans for the upcoming week have included active matters, pro bono deadlines and a Cabrini Green Legal Aid Young Professionals Board meeting.

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runs along Lake Michigan since law school
matters advised on for Huron Consulting Group Inc.
Young Moon
Meet Young
  • Name
    Tony Sammi
  • Position
  • Practice
    Intellectual Property Litigation
  • Location
    New York
  • Law School
  • Brief Biography

    Like many litigators, Tony was inspired to become a trial attorney by the courtroom dramas he watched growing up. Unlike most litigators, Tony studied electrical engineering in college.

    At Skadden, Tony’s approach to intellectual property litigation combines his love for a gripping, well-tailored legal story with the ability to transform complicated issues into persuasive, comprehensible arguments. In a $900 million-plus patent action in East Texas, Tony's case hinged on the distinction between "secure" and "encrypted." Knowing he was in the high school football capital of the world, Tony used play-calling as a metaphor: In the huddle, a play is "secure"; when the quarterback calls out a code name at the line ("Omaha!"), it is encrypted. The jury nodded and smiled and, shortly thereafter, found for Tony's client.

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  • Oculus Rift Prototype

    One of the perks of handling IP and patent litigation is the "need" to keep some of the evidence in your office, like this first-ever hand-built prototype of an Oculus Rift VR headset. The headset is headed for a VR museum, but not before Tony gets to show it off around the office.

  • Transit Level
    Tony's father and grandfather also were engineers. He keeps his grandfather's transit level and father's original slide rule in his office as reminders that precision and detail are at the heart of both engineering and law.
  • Mini Dhol

    Tony comes from a culture steeped in music and dance. As a nod to his Indian heritage, he keeps a mini dhol in his office, just in case the opportunity to bhangra arises.

Jury award in ZeniMax's VR action against Facebook
Languages spoken (English, Punjabi, Hindi and, in a pinch, Urdu)
Founder/first president of NY South Asian Bar Association
Tony Sammi
Meet Tony
  • Name
    Lance Etcheverry
  • Position
  • Practice
  • Location
    Los Angeles & Asia Pacific
  • Law School
  • Brief Biography
    As a shortstop for the University of Nevada Wolf Pack, Lance envisioned a life on the road — preferably with the San Francisco Giants. After a broken wrist forced him to reconsider his career plans, he decided to attend law school. A leader of Skadden’s litigation and arbitration practice for Asia-based clients and their U.S. subsidiaries, Lance has successfully defended clients against claims totaling more than $500 billion. He splits his time between our Los Angeles and Asia Pacific offices, racking up more frequent flyer miles than he'd ever imagined back in college.
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  • Foreign Currency

    One of Lance's tricks for frequent, last-minute travel: Carry a mix of foreign currency in your pocket for any necessities you may need to buy, no matter where you land.

  • Passports
    If having a passport overflowing with stamps and visas is a sign of a frequent traveler, what does it say about Lance that he has two?
  • Client Business Cards
    When he's on the road, Lance's clients are his family. Lance has a very big family.
countries where clients have been represented
miles flown in 2016
visas in his passport(s)
Lance Etcheverry
Meet Lance

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  • United States
  • Belgium
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • China
  • France
  • Germany
  • Hong Kong
  • Japan
  • Korea
  • Russia
  • Singapore
  • United Kingdom