Critical Mass: High Court Eyes Scope of Class Action Fairness Act. Plus: Diversity Landmark for MDLs
Amanda Bronstad | January 16, 2019
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday looked at a closely-watched case about the jurisdictional scope of the Class Action Fairness Act, and before now untangle its procedural puzzles.
Members on the Senate Judiciary Committee used Tuesday's hearing to probe Barr on several areas for insight on how he might run the Justice Department.
Ian Lopez | January 16, 2019
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Roy Strom | January 16, 2019
Craig Martin is assuming a leadership role at the 105-year-old firm that has been vacant since Anton “Tony” Valukas stepped down last April.
Skilled in the Art: Samsung Might Win Patent War But Lose Fee Fight + Apple Scores Early Points at PTAB Against Qualcomm
Scott Graham | January 15, 2019
What should happen if you lied and stonewalled you way through litigation, got hit with an exceptional case sanction, and then got two of three patents invalidated at PTAB? Samsung will soon find out.
Compliance Hot Spots: SEC Gag Order Faces Challenge | Quinn Emanuel's Big New Hire | Law Firm Perspective on the Shutdown | Plus: Who Got the Work & More
C. Ryan Barber | January 15, 2019
The Cato Institute's going to court challenging the SEC's gag rule—and we've got some early thinking from a member of the defense bar about what's at stake. Plus: what's the shutdown mean for law firm business? And scroll down for Who Got the Work, moves and much more. Thanks for reading!
Erin Mulvaney | January 15, 2019
Oracle's lawyers at Orrick had challenged the appointment of U.S. Labor Department administrative law judges.
Caroline Spiezio | January 15, 2019
In-house lawyers earn less than their firm peers on average but are more likely to receive perks such as paid-for concerts or sabbaticals, according to survey results from legal consulting company Special Counsel.
Tom McParland | January 15, 2019
Chancellor Andre G. Bouchard ruled Tuesday that John Schnatter, the company's largest stockholder, was entitled to books and records regarding the company's decision to terminate his employment last July, after Forbes reported that he had used the N-word during a company training call.
Ross Todd | January 15, 2019
Artem Radchenko, 27, and Oleksandr Ieremenko, 26, both from Kiev, Ukraine, are alleged to have participated in a scheme to hack into SEC's EDGAR database to get nonpublic information. The SEC claims the participants' trades generated at least $4.1 million in illegal profits.
Caroline Spiezio |January 15, 2019
PG&E bumped GC John Simon to the interim CEO role as it prepares to file bankruptcy. The San Francisco-based company is facing billions of dollars in damages from lawsuits over its role in the 2018 California wildfires.
Nate Robson |January 15, 2019
The extra week of funding comes after judiciary was able to reduce spending through aggressive cost-cutting efforts.
Leigh Jones |January 16, 2019
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Instant Insights / Government Shutdown Takes a Toll on the Legal Profession
By Christine Simmons |January 11, 2019
Legal Industry first quarter financial results may see a dent as court appearances and deals fall prey to political gridlock.
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