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...future advertising complies with the FTC Act. Kelley Drye & Warren, which represented Walgreen in the matter, has been analyzing such...
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... Kelley, Drye & Warren partner James Keneally represented Zulandt in the disciplinary proceedings...
...no expense on its defense, tapping Fulbright & Jaworski and Kelley, Drye & Warren to fend off the suit. At oral arguments on SeaWorld...
Various commentators have addressed peculiarities and potential pitfalls of depositions of corporations or other organizations under Rule 30(b)(6) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
Too many American kids are overweight. That's about the only point of agreement in a bitter food fight that's broken out in Washington
A doctor's recent $482 million jury award against Johnson & Johnson and a subsidiary for infringing a drug-eluting cardiac stent patent appears to sidestep at least some recent criticisms about damag
...serving as special litigation counsel to Lyondell. Kelley Drye & Warren: The firm is also serving as special litigation counsel...
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