...five federal agencies: the Departments of Defense, Energy, and Commerce, along with NASA and the National Science Foundation. But the legal waters for...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Meet Justice Samuel Alito Jr.: cyberpunk in robes
A California judge on Jan. 26 selected the first bellwether case against Toyota in consolidated state litigation over the automaker's sudden, unintended acceleration problems
...a member. Bluford is a retired U.S. Air Force colonel, former NASA astronaut and Penn State graduate. Sandusky, the longtime defensive coordinator...
Fox Rothschild's latest acquisition has all the buzz words of the current lateral market ? Los Angeles, intellectual property, China. For the firm, the acquisition of three-attorney IP boutique Chan
A federal jury in New York has found that Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. was not liable in the first sudden acceleration case to go to trial
...compelled to produce the highly proprietary and confidential material within the NHTSA/NASA reports until rules for protecting them have been finalized; however, the publicly...
Plaintiffs' attorneys are attempting to swerve around a government report that largely substantiated Toyota Motor Corp.'s position that its electronic throttle system wasn't to blame for sudden unint
...don't want someone prone to cancer." "Does NASA have a right to know that an employee has a sign on...
Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan this week quietly recused herself in 10 cases that will be argued in the term beginning Oct. 4, bringing to 21 the number of cases in which she will not participate
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