DLA Piper’s Ian Taylor appears on the Daily Record’s ‘Very Important Professionals’ list
DLA Piper has announced that Baltimore partner Ian Taylor has been selected to The Daily Record’s list of ‘Very Important Professionals’.
The annual VIP list recognises Maryland leaders across various industries who have achieved significant professional accomplishments and are committed to community involvement. The list consists of 40 individuals under the age of 40 at law firms, hospitals, non-profits, universities and other companies.
Taylor’s litigation practice focuses on representing companies, executives and fiduciaries in connection with ERISA litigation, employee benefits and executive compensation matters, class actions and commercial disputes.
In addition to being one of the leaders of the firm’s ERISA litigation practice, he has argued appeals in state and federal courts, served as lead counsel in dozens of cases and arbitrations across the country and represented clients in litigation matters involving non-compete agreements, executive compensation, product liability matters and professional and medical malpractice claims.
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