...subscribers. Finding that plaintiffs' damages model did not and could not establish antitrust injury and damages through common proof, the court held that, as a...
...experiences on the Internet. These are not cases involving the posting of trade secrets or confidential information, nor are they cases of defamation or trade...
...district court should not have certified a class of cable subscribers asserting antitrust violations by their cable provider because the plaintiffs did not adequately demonstrate...
In their Government and Election Law column, Jerry H. Goldfeder, special counsel at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, and Myrna Pérez, deputy director of the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center f
...NYLL") §193, Title 12 of New York Codes, Rules and Regulations ("NYCRR") §§142-2.2 and 142-2.4...
A unanimous U.S. Supreme Court that is often skeptical of patents yesterday embraced a key seed patent in the case of a Monsanto Co. soybean variety that was being replicated by savvy farmers
Zuckerman Spaeder partner Paul Shechtman recounts the crime of John Leo Brady and Donald Boblit, Boblit's multiple confessions (not all of which were provided to Brady's defense), the appeals of Brad
Paul Millus, of counsel to Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, writes that in 1998 the Supreme Court decided two cases on the same day that changed employment discrimination law and spurred a cottage ind
A federal prosecutor yesterday defended the government's decision to re-indict former Senate Majority Leader Joseph Bruno, arguing that it was entirely fair to have a second trial based on a theft of
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