... EA's lead attorney, Susan Harriman of Keker & Van Nest, countered that no subsequent version of "Madden NFL Football...
With Major League Baseball reportedly set to suspend a star-studded gaggle of players after reaching a settlement with the founder of a defunct Miami anti-aging clinic that allegedly dispensed perfor
As the titanic copyright battle between Oracle and Google continues at the Federal Circuit, Google is hoping for a shot in the arm from amicus briefs filed last week by a parade of computer scientist
Originally Published: the_litigation_daily
Both contenders — under review for different Northern District seats — have ties to the S.F. city attorney's office
The Daily Report
The vast majority of federal criminal convictions result from plea agreements
U.S. Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler has become the go-to jurist to help mediate criminal matters, a practice that hasn't caught on in other districts
...34; -- essentially, exaggerated praise. John Keker of San Francisco's Keker & Van Nest, argued that the complaint "overreaches" by laying the...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...151; essentially, exaggerated praise. John Keker of San Francisco's Keker & Van Nest, argued that the complaint "overreaches" by laying the...
The Daily Report
...U.S. Attorney's Office and Swartz's lawyers at Keker & Van Nest in San Francisco and Michael Pineault at Boston's Clements...
Like many lawyers, Glenn Colton is a baseball fan. But the Dentons white-collar and government investigations practice head has taken his love for America's national pastime to the next level, scorin
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