...flat out admitted to regulators that they rigged LIBOR, but so far litigation over the global benchmark interest rate has been a major disappointment for...
By asserting dubious patents against countless small businesses around the country, MPHJ Technology has developed a reputation as one of the most shameless "patent trolls" around. But has it broken t
... is not one of those firms. The Texas-based litigation shop has been hired by Dewey & LeBoeuf's liquidation trustee, Alan...
...bargain that the Florida Supreme Court reached in the Engle litigation, or will it side with the tobacco industry and force thousands of...
A New York appellate court threw out claims that Bank of New York Mellon negligently signed off on Basell's disastrous 2007 leveraged buyout of Lyondell Chemical Co., costing Basell noteholders almos
Expanding the backlash against companies that aggressively assert "standards-essential patents" against their rivals, a federal judge in San Francisco barred the chip designer LSI Corp. from pursuing
As the U.S. and Russian governments trade accusations over espionage activities and human rights abuses, Baker & McKenzie of counsel Thomas Firestone, a former Justice Department official and liaison
Adams and Reese is the latest Am Law 200 firm to set up shop in South Carolina, announcing Tuesday its combination with 23-lawyer shop Ellis, Lawhorne & Sims in the Palmetto State's capital
Litigation magnet Aereo Inc. has reached a settlement with billionaire Alki David, the...
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