Jay Goldberg, a member of Jay Goldberg P.C., writes that almost a decade ago, the Second Circuit observed that there is an informational gap that exists between the defense and the prosecution, but w
In his Antitrust column, Cahill Gordon & Reindel partner Elai Katz reviews recent developments, including a Tenth Circuit ruling that Microsoft's refusal to share with rivals interface data for its u
In his Environmental Law column, Michael B. Gerrard, Andrew Sabin Professor of Professional Practice and director of the Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia Law School, and senior counsel to Ar
...Comcast v. the Federal Commission...
...court also found the overdraft fee assessed for each insufficient fund item (NSF) was not interest, noting it was imposed because the NSF occurred, not...
...June 26, 2012, dismissed them all...
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