The American Lawyer
The Japanese automaker has moved to strike evidence from an expert who claims that problems in the electronic throttle control system source code was to blame for unintended acceleration by Toyota ve
The American Lawyer
...add a couple of attorneys,” co-lead plaintiffs’ counsel Elizabeth Cabraser said of the list of those with source code access. The steering...
Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein's first-ever patent case reached a likely dead end...
Apple wins the largest patent victory ever against Samsung—that is, if the award stands
Antitrust is in the spotlight as Visa and MasterCard settle a class action for $7 billion and Microsoft gets a $3.5 billion suit tossed
After 20 years at Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, plaintiffs-side antitrust pro Joseph Saveri is striking out on...
In Re Wells Fargo Mortgage Lending Discrimination Litigation; In Re TFT-LCD (Flat Panel) Antitrust Litigation; U.S. v. Google; In Re Checking Account Overdraft Litigatio
Oracle v. SAP; In re Light Cigarettes Marketing Sales Practices Litigation; In re Tronox Inc. et al.; Jasmine Networks v. Marvell Semiconductor
A U.S. district court judge in New Orleans has picked 15 lawyers to lead a plaintiffs' steering committee in multi-district oil spill litigation against BP and several other defendants stemming from
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