Drinker Biddle & Reath has lost a nearly five-year-long battle to obtain deposition transcripts from an environmental suit against ExxonMobil for use in defending its own clients in other litigation
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
A federal trial judge has approved the national settlement of a multidistrict litigation class action alleging that the generic version of the popular antidepressant drug Wellbutrin was not as therap
...and Kenneth Grunfeld of Golomb & Honik in Philadelphia; Allan Kanner and Conlee S. Whiteley of Kanner & Whiteley in New Orleans; Gillian Wade of...
...created and filled by his own special counsel, Allan Kanner of Kanner & Whiteley in New Orleans. Lawyers for the Justice Department, in...
Attorneys general in 16 states and the U.S. government want to put a little distance between themselves and the rest of the plaintiffs in the multidistrict litigation against BP PLC over the Deepwate
More than 100 lawyers squeezed into a courtroom in Boise, Idaho, on July 29 to argue before a panel of seven judges about which U.S. courthouse should host the massive litigation over the Deepwater H
...wage contracts. In addition to Marten Law, he's signed on Kanner & Whiteley in New Orleans; Henry Dart Attorneys at Law in Covington, La...
...Kenneth Grunfeld of Golomb & Honik in Philadelphia, and Allan Kanner, Conlee S. Whiteley and M. Ryan Casey of Kanner & Whiteley in New...
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