SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) November 01, 2018
You may recall, when MoginRubin LLP attorney Dan Mogin was ranked in Best Lawyers’ 2018 listing, the sheer excitement of this annual honor drove him to “not rule out” a 2020 presidential bid. Now, after being listed again as a Best Lawyer in 2019, Dan was notified today that his firm is also being recognized as a Best Law Firm in America. This news has driven us all to wonder, “Is Dan Mogin still considering a presidential bid?”
After mulling it over, Dan has decided to officially pass on any sort of political pursuit.
Why? Well, now that Oprah Winfrey has rescinded her bid for 2020, Dan simply just doesn’t see the point. “Sure, I would be the obvious choice for President,” Mogin said humbly as he sipped coffee from his World’s Most Okayest Boss mug (just one more honor on his long list of achievements), “but I don’t think it’s fair to the other candidates. Besides, I would rather take this time to focus on the good work of my growing antitrust and competition law firm.”
MoginRubin co-founder and friend Jonathan Rubin commented, “Dan is a good man, who, despite his affinity for wearing socks with flip flops, would make a fine leader in any capacity. However, I think it’s wise of him to avoid the highly polarized political space in America at this time.” Rubin added, “Apart from that, Dan is never happier than when he is focusing on antitrust, unfair competition and complex business litigation. It is truly his passion, and one that we share.”
Mogin and Rubin (affectionately called “MoRu” by their staff) make a great team. Rubin said, “From the inception of MoginRubin in April of 2017, I am proud of all our firm has accomplished. Our antitrust and competition law boutique is armed and ready to defend our clients, and I’m glad Best Lawyers recognizes that.” Nodding in agreement, Mogin said, “Jon, you’re the World’s Most Okayest Partner.”
View MoginRubin’s Best Lawyer and Best Law Firm rankings here.
About MoginRubin LLP:
With offices in Washington, D.C. and San Diego, MoginRubin LLP (http://www.moginrubin.com) concentrates on national, state, and international antitrust and competition litigation, with a significant portion of the practice devoted to antitrust class actions. The firm consults on company mergers and competition policy issues, and crafts comments to government bodies requiring competition analysis.