Neal Katyal Parents, Wikipedia, Children, Net Worth, Substack, Wife, Twitter, Wiki
Neal Katyal Parents, Wikipedia, Children, Net Worth, Substack, Wife, Twitter, Wiki – American business attorney and academic Neal Katyal is from the United States. He is a partner at Hogan Lovells and teaches national security law at Georgetown University Law Center as the Paul and Patricia Saunders Professor of National Security Law. During the Obama administration, Katyal held the position of Acting Solicitor General of the United States from May 2010 until June 2011. Prior to this, Katyal held positions as both the Principal Deputy Solicitor General of the US Justice Department and a counsel in the office of the Solicitor General. As of 2022, he will serve as a board member of Social Capital Ventures Inc. and a partner in Chamath Palihapitiya Social+capital Partnership.
Neal Katyal Bio
|53 year old
|Date Of Birth
|12 March 1970
Neal Katyal Measurement
|6 feet 1 inch
Neal Katyal Educational Qualifications
|College or University
Neal Katyal Family
|Brother / Sister
|Son: Not Known
Daughter: Not Known
Neal Katyal Marital Status
Neal Katyal Net Worth
|Net Worth In Dollars
|USD 20 Million
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Neal Katyal Career
He was invited to produce a report on the need for more pro bono legal work by President Bill Clinton. In 1999, he created special counsel laws, which had an impact on Mueller’s inquiry into Russian government attempts to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.
Additionally, he co-represented the deans of the vast majority of prestigious private law schools in Grutter v. Bollinger and co-counseled Vice President Al Gore in Bush v. Gore. In 2017, American Lawyer Magazine named Katyal the Grand Prize Litigator of the Year for both 2016 and 2017. For preparing anti-union pleadings in the Supreme Court cases Janus v. AFSCME and Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, Katyal has drawn criticism. Katyal’s company, Hogan Lovells, referred to her success in these cases as a “huge gain”.
In Nestlé USA, Inc. v. Doe, a class-action lawsuit filed by formerly enslaved children abducted and made to labor on cocoa fields in the Ivory Coast, Katyal represented Nestle and Cargill before the Supreme Court in 2020. In 2021, Katyal helped banking juggernaut Citigroup in its effort to recoup a $900 million mistaken transfer to the creditors of Revlon Inc. In the case of State v. Chauvin, Katyal also supported the prosecution. In Moore v. Harper, a case involving electoral law, redistricting, and the independent state legislative theory before the Supreme Court in 2022, Katyal argued on behalf of the respondents.
The court upheld Katyal’s view by a vote of 6-3, rejecting the autonomous legislature theory. In a legal lawsuit in 2022, Johnson & Johnson was accused of spreading cancer-causing talcum baby powder. Katyal defended the company. His hourly cost for this job was $2465.