...He had been with Drew & Napier for 21 years, specializing in defamation, intellectual property, and corporate disputes. Tan has been involved in...
As players get set for a new National Basketball Association season, the union that represents them remains locked in litigation with its former leader. Meanwhile, in other sports law news: A William
Another Weil, Gotshal & Manges partner defects in Dallas, this time to Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher; Davis Polk & Wardwell makes a lateral hire in New York from Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson; a
The American Lawyer
Proskauer Rose, no stranger to advising pro sports leagues and franchises, has been retained by Major League Baseball for a scandal-soaked suit filed Friday by embattled New York Yankees star Alex Ro
...the modern-day equivalent of a footnote, at least as far as defamation law is concerned, a federal judge ruled Monday
...has long pursued cases against multinational companies, is playing defense in a defamation suit brought by the coal company Drummond
...opportunity to work at peer firms. He also dismissed Ray’s defamation claim against Joy Curtis, the firm’s former “chief people...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
The firm, no stranger to projects for inventor and entrepreneur Elon Musk, has obtained a trademark for the South African billionaire's new "Hyperloop" method of intercity transportation
The American Lawyer
...answer is yes, the panel said, as it upheld the dismissal of defamation, negligence and reckless conduct claims against Yale. Judges Julio Fuentes...
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