Leslie Gordon Fagen is an American litigator. He is a senior partner at the international law firm of Paul, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP. Fagen was born in New York, he earned his B. A. from Yale College in 1971. He went on to receive a J. D. from Columbia School of Law in 1974. He clerked for Judge Jack B. Weinstein in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Fagen has been a Paul Weiss partner since 1982. Fagen is a senior partner in the Litigation Department of the international law firm of Paul, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, he has litigated on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants for more than 35 years, handling his clients' most complex civil litigation matters. Fagen is recognized for his broad experience in general commercial litigation across an array of legal disciplines, including antitrust, intellectual property, product liability, real estate and estates, insurance issues, he is noted as a leading attorney in Commercial Litigation by Chambers USA, Chambers Global, The International Who's Who of Business Lawyers and Lawdragon 500.
Fagen is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. His work was profiled in an American Lawyer cover story, "The Lifesavers," in which Paul, Weiss was selected as the best litigation firm in the United States, he has served as co-chair of the firm's Litigation Department and as a member of the Management Committee, serves as Chairman of the Partnership Committee. He is an adjunct lecturer in law at Columbia Law School, an adjunct professor of law at Brooklyn Law School. Fagen is a director of the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, he has served as President and Vice Chairman of The Educational Alliance, Inc. a multi-disciplinary social service agency, as a member of the Board of Trustees of Maimonides Medical Center. He has been a David Rockefeller Fellow at the Partnership for New York City. Fagen is the author of numerous publications on intellectual property, product liability and arbitration, he is the author of a monograph on the life of Paul, Weiss's late patriarch Judge Simon H. Rifkind, published in The Yale Biographical Dictionary of American Law and the editor of At 90.
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The 1969 Ice Hockey World Championships was the 36th edition of the Ice Hockey World Championships, which doubled as the 47th European ice hockey championships. For the first time the Pool A, B and C tournaments were hosted by different nations: Pool A in Stockholm, Sweden, 15–30 March 1969 Pool B in Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, 28 February – 9 March 1969 Pool C in Skopje, Yugoslavia, 24 February – 2 March 1969A total of 20 nations participated in the tournament; the Pool A team featured only the top six nations, now playing a double round-robin tournament for the amateur world championship. Teams #7-#14 contested the Pool B championship with the winner qualifying for the 1970 Pool A championship, while the bottom six participated in the Pool C tournament. Pool B and C began exchanging two teams this year, a practice that lasted until 1987. For the seventh straight year, the Soviet Union won the Pool A tournament; the tournament was scheduled to be held in Czechoslovakia, but due to the Soviet invasion of the country, they declined to host.
In the two games the Czechoslovak and Soviet teams played against each other, the Czechoslovak team won both times, becoming the first team to beat the Soviet Union twice in the same international tournament. For the first time in international ice hockey, body-checking was allowed in all three zones of the ice. Team USA was demoted to Pool-B after losing all ten games. Czechoslovakia – Canada 6:1 15. March 1969 – Stockholm Goalscorers: Suchý 2, Nedomanský, Jiří Holík, Ševčík, Horešovský – King. Referees: Wiking, Dahlberg Sweden – Finland 6:3 15. March 1969 – Stockholm Goalscorers: Lundström 2, Henriksson 2, Nilsson - J. Peltonen, Isaksson. Soviet Union – United States 17:2 15. March 1969 – Stockholm Goalscorers: Starshinov 4, Firsov 4, Mikhailov 3, Yurzinov 2, Maltsev, Mishakov - Lackey 2. Canada – Finland 5:1 16. March 1969 – Stockholm Goalscorers: Caffery 2, Bourbonnais, Huck - Keinonen. Sweden – Soviet Union 2:4 16. March 1969 – Stockholm Goalscorers: Nilsson, Johansson – Starshinov, Mikhailov, Kharlamov.
Czechoslovakia – United States 8:3 16. March 1969 – Stockholm Goalscorers: Nedomanský 2, Jar. Holík 2, Suchý, Hrbatý, Golonka – Lackey, Stordahl. Referees: Dahlberg, Vaillancourt Czechoslovakia – Finland 7:4 18. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: Machač 3, Nedomanský 2, Suchý, Jiří Holík – Rantasila 2, Mononen. Referees: Joyal, Villancourt Sweden – United States 8:2 18. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: Sterner 2, Milton, Johansson, Lundström, Olsson - Markle, Pleau. Soviet Union – Canada 7:1 18. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: Vikulov 2, Firsov 2, Kharlamov 2, Yakushev - Pinder. Soviet Union - Finland 6:1 19. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: Petrov 2, Maltsev, Kharlamov - Oksanen. Czechoslovakia - Sweden 0:2 19. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: Palmqvist, Nilsson. Referees: Trumble, Joyal Canada – United States 5:0 20. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: Hargreaves, Bayes, Huck. Sweden – Canada 5:1 21. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: Lundström 2, Svedberg, Sjöberg, Johansson - Caffery.
Czechoslovakia - Soviet Union 2:0 21. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: 33. Suchý, 47. Černý. Referees: Dahlberg, Vaillancourt Finland – United States 4:3 22. March 1969 – Stockholm Goalscorers: E. Peltonen 2, Wahlsten - Pleau, Sheehy. United States – Soviet Union 4:8 23. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: Mayasich 2, Naslund - Mishakov 2, Firsov, Petrov, Yurzinov. Sweden – Finland 5:0 23. March 1969 – Stockholm Goalscorers: Karlsson 3, Sjöberg, Johansson. Czechoslovakia - Canada 3:2 23. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: Golomka, Hrbatý, Jar. Holík – Heindl, Bayes. Referees: Dahlberg, Trumble Sweden – Soviet Union 2:3 24. March 1969 – Stockholm Goalscorers: Sjöberg, Nygren - Mikhailov 2, Petrov. Czechoslovakia - Finland 4:2 25. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: Jiřík 2, Jiří Holík, Nedomanský – Keinonen, Isaksson. Referees: Wiking, Trumble United States - Canada 0:1 25. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorer: Mott. Finland - Soviet Union 3:7 26. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: Leimu, Oksanen – Paladiev, Starshinov, Petrov, Mishakov Czechoslovakia - United States 6:2 26.
March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: Nedomanský 2, Černý 2, Pospíšil, Machač – Pieau, Skime. Referees: Sillankorva, Vaillancourt Sweden – Canada 4:2 27. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: Sterner 2, Johansson, Håkan Nygren – Pinder, Heindl. Czechoslovakia - Soviet Union 4:3 28. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: 15. Jiří Holík, 20. Nedomanský, 49. Horešovský, 51. Jar. Holík – 22. Kharlamov, 33. Firsov, 58. Ragulin. Referees: Dahlberg, Vaillancourt Finland – Canada 1:6 29. March 1969 – Stockholm Goalscorers: Mononen - King, Heindl, Mott, Huck. Sweden – United States 10:4 29. March 1969 – Stockholm Goalscorers: Milton 3, Nilsson 3, Johansson, Olsson - Lackey, Stordahl, Gambucci. United States – Finland 3:7 30. March 1969 - Stockholm Goalscorers: Pleau, Christiansen - Rantasila 2, J. Peltonen 2, L