We have all read the myriad articles recounting the depressing statistics about the gender gap in the legal profession. We could lament that, despite the fact that more than half of incoming law scho
When apparel maker Ralph Lauren Corp. first discovered that one of its employees had been bribing custom officials in Argentina, the company immediately notified the U.S. government, offering its emp
Originally Published: National Law Journal
For the fifth year in a row, U.S. employers have seen an increase in the number of wage-and-hour lawsuits filed against them in federal court, according to calculations by the Federal Judicial Center
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...ATM usage fee was enough to find injury in fact sufficient to bring a class action complaint against under the Electronic Fund Transfer Act where...
Two weeks after Rutgers University retained Cahill Gordon & Reindel to investigate the handling of issues leading to the dismissal of basketball coach Mike Rice, the firm resigned, citing a developme
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
...Although it was unclear which strict liability claim plaintiff was attempting to bring, any strict liability claim brought by plaintiff for failure to warn or...
...the master should have awarded plaintiff all of her counsel fees to bring this action and should have assessed costs in full against defendant....
Allegations that the law firm of Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff breached its fiduciary duty when it represented the interests of one partner in a soured business venture were dismissed by a f
As a Christian college in Western Pennsylvania faces a deadline for committing to a student health-insurance plan for the coming academic year, a federal judge has agreed to revive its case challengi
U.S. District Judge Edward Korman of the Eastern District of New York owes a large part of his approach to deciding cases to advice from a former boss, Robert Bork, U.S. solicitor general at the end
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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