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Gibson Dunn Partner Appointed to New England Legal Foundation’s Rhode Island Advisory Council

PROVIDENCE – New England Legal Foundation President Dan Winslow today announced
the appointment of Gibson Dunn partner Mark A. Perry to the Foundation’s Rhode
Island Advisory Council. Perry lives in Rhode Island and serves as Co-Chair of the Firm’s
nationwide Appellate and Constitutional Law Practice Group. “We are thrilled to add
Mark Perry to the ranks of law firm counsel and in-house counsel who will advise NELF
how best to shape judicial decisions to advance our mission of promoting free
enterprise, property rights, good government, and inclusive growth,” said Winslow.

Mr. Perry is an accomplished appellate lawyer who has briefed and argued many cases in
the Supreme Court of the United States—including winning the landmark decisions in
Lucia v. SEC, Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank, and Janus Capital Group v. First Derivative Traders.
He has served as chief appellate counsel to Fortune 100 companies in significant
securities, intellectual property, and employment cases. Perry is ranked by Chambers
USA in Nationwide Appellate Law, which noted that he “is described as a ‘master
strategist and a brilliant writer.’” Before joining Gibson Dunn, Mr. Perry served as a law
clerk to Justice Sandra Day O’Connor of the Supreme Court of the United States.

“We welcome Mark Perry and a greater presence by Gibson Dunn in New England. We
are adding new members to our Advisory Councils in each New England state,” noted
Winslow, “and we rely on our Council members to alert us to issues and trends where
we can make a difference in legal policy and outcomes.” In-house counsel and law firm
partners interested in joining the Advisory Council in their New England state can
contact NELF at info@newenglandlegal.org

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About the New England Legal Foundation: For nearly 50 years, the New England Legal
Foundation has filed amicus briefs and impact litigation in support of free enterprise,
property rights, good and limited government, and inclusive economic growth.

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