When the Federal Trade Commission launched its investigation of Google Inc. 19 months ago, antitrust lawyers predicted it would be the next Microsoft — a landmark competition case pitting the f
Originally Published: National Law Journal
What a difference a year makes. This time last year, Charles Kalil was in the number 12 spot on Legal affiliate Corporate Counsel?s annual list of the highest-paid Fortune 500 general counsel
...receiving regulatory approval. Google's chief legal officer is David Drummond, a former partner at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. Kent Walker is...
A record 1,592 registered for and 1,262 runners and walkers finished the 2010 Philadelphia Bar Association 5K Charity Run, which benefits the Support Center for Child Advocates. At the time of this a
...of interest and was "unlawfully influenced" by award certificates he received from Drummond American Corporation for purchasing items from Drummond. Here, the government apparently sought...
A team of Philadelphia-area class action lawyers has struck a $125 million settlement with Google, the world's most popular Internet search engine, in a suit brought by authors and publishers who cla
...the merger on antitrust grounds, with Google's chief legal officer, David Drummond, claiming that Microsoft has "frequently sought to establish proprietary monopolies - and then...
The mandatory minimum sentencing statute for drug trafficking within 500 feet of a school bus stop when the crime occurs at a time when no children are likely to be present, a Superior Court panel ha
...of Houston-based Baker Botts, who defended U.S. coal mining company Drummond Co. Inc. in the case. The jury found Drummond not liable for...
Prior to the last couple of years, except for a few notable exceptions a number of years ago, the Securities and Exchange Commission had not brought enforcement actions against attorneys rendering le
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