Philadelphia-based intellectual property boutique Woodcock Washburn is set to merge with 800-lawyer Baker & Hostetler pending a partnership vote, the firms confirmed to The Legal
Denying final approval of a $7 million class settlement with National City Bank for alleged discriminatory lending practices was the right move in light of intervening U.S. Supreme Court precedent, t
...Berman Sobol Shapiro in Cambridge, Mass., and Joseph Meltzer of Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check in Radnor, Pa., are co-lead counsel for the direct...
A federal judge has refused to dismiss a class action suit against Bank of America, its home loan and reinsurance subsidiaries and a number of private mortgage insurers, instead directing the parties
Drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline has agreed to settle with plaintiffs for a total of $195 million over allegations that it monopolized the market for its nasal spray Flonase
In an age when 90 percent of announced mergers face legal challenges from shareholders, several states, including Pennsylvania, are looking to protect corporations from investors upset with money bei
A federal judge has given final approval to a $4 million class settlement in a case that alleged mortgage holders were charged excessive premiums in captive reinsurance arrangements by various progen
With two weeks until Pennsylvania voters elect their next state attorney general, the two candidates eyeing the post each had more than $1 million to spend in the final stretch
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Bank of America Corp. has agreed to pay $2.43 billion to settle alleged federal securities law violations in Bank of America's acquisition of Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. in 2009
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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