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Covington Hires Kubota from O'Melveny After 17-Year Long Stay

July 6, 2017, Daily Journal

John Hall and Carolyn Kubota are quoted in a Daily Journal article regarding Kubota's recent arrival to Covington's Los Angeles office. According to Hall, "Carolyn is a world-class litigator with an exceptional track record of trial success, and her tenacity and depth of experience will be highly valuable to our clients," adding that her track record of handling "high stakes matters for pharmaceutical clients" makes her a valuable addition.

Looking ahead at the current political climate, Kubota says, "State AGs might feel that because of the differing priorities of the Trump Administration, there might be room for the AGs to expand their roles." In California, Kubota says that she will likely deal with many consumer fraud cases in the next few years, calling these the Attorney General's "bread and butter cases."


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