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Evelyn Blanco

Evelyn T. Blanco is an associate with the Litigation Department, holding the distinguished Silver Scholar award from Proskauer. During her Summer Associate secondment, Evelyn interned with NBC Universal, gaining firsthand experience in the dynamic Entertainment Industry.

Evelyn earned her J.D., graduating cum laude from Duke University School of Law. Her academic journey included a full-time externship with the District of Columbia Office of the Attorney General’s Antitrust and Nonprofit Enforcement Section, providing her with valuable insights into the inner workings of the legal system. Evelyn's commitment to pursuing justice further led her to serve as a student attorney in both the Duke Wrongful Convictions Clinic and the Duke Children’s Law Clinic. Additionally, she generously devoted her time to several Pro Bono projects for the Duke Immigrant and Refugee Project.

Before embarking on her legal career, Evelyn spent several years as a paralegal, specializing in Employment and Tort matters. This rich and diverse background underscores her expertise as a professional in the field of litigation.

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What’s in a Word? The Legal Battle over “Natural” in False Advertising

While class actions centered around “natural” claims remain popular with the plaintiffs’ bar, this past year has seen some growing skepticism from courts towards such lawsuits, particularly where plaintiffs fail to adequately explain what is deceptive about the term. In January, Judge Kimba M. Wood of the Southern District of New York granted summary judgment … Continue Reading

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