The 43 litigation partners at Debevoise produced two $25 billion results, a pair of trial defense wins worth $3.5 billion apiece, and the biggest investor-state award in arbitration history. No other
N.J. Carpenters Health Fund v. NovaStar Mortgage; Apotex v. Bristol-Myers Squibb; Ryan et al. v. JPMorgan Chas
...litigation over a soured pay-for-delay deal with generic drug maker Apotex, Debevoise & Plimpton won a nine-day jury trial in Florida state court...
A former Department of Homeland Security official moves to Jenner & Block's privacy and information governance practice; Day Pitney loses four environmental lawyers to Gibbons in New Jersey; and Choa
...handled patent infringement cases for such clients as Canadian generic drug maker Apotex and Novartis's Sandoz subsidiary. Decker expects the group to...
West Coast Soft Wear et al. v. China National Petroleum Corporation et al.; Kuwait Airways v. Iraq; Merck et al. v. Apotex et al
Alaska Retirement Management Board v. Mercer; In re WTC Disaster Site Litigation; Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank et al. v. Morgan Stanley et al.; AstraZeneca et al. v. Mylan et al
A review of 12 significant investor-state arbitrations under NAFTA
...the U.S. court system in violation of NAFTA. Six years ago, Apotex Inc., a leading Canadian generic pharmaceutical manufacturer, sought to get a head...
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