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Prior to taking on Helix Energy Solutions v. Hewitt, Sullivan had only performed oral argument in a court once in his 25-year career.
December 16, 2022 at 03:13 PM
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The original version of this story was published in Texas Lawyer
What You Need to Know
- Ed Sullivan, a partner in a boutique Houston employment law firm, had never argued before the SCOTUS.
- In fact, before taking on the present case, he had almost no experience conducting an oral argument.
- He argued opposite prominent Washington, DC, attorney Paul Clement in a case challenging overtime regulations.
Houston employment law attorney Edwin “Ed” Sullivan never imagined he would argue a case before the US Supreme Court.
Prior to taking on Helix Energy Solutions v. Hewitt, Sullivan had only performed oral argument in a court once in his 25-year career. And he was very skeptical that this case had a chance of getting to the highest court.
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