...In-house; Latham & Watkins; Bingham McCutchen; Alston & Bird; Potter Anderson & Corroon; Vinson & Elkins Counsel to Southern Union...
So-called "patent trolls," companies that use patents solely to demand licensing revenue and sue opponents who won't pay, have adapted to a new provision that multidefendant patent infringement cases
...the deal. Vanguard also formed a Vanguard Conflicts Committee and Potter Anderson & Corroon of Wilmington, Del., represents it. On July 1...
A trio of decisions from the Delaware Court of Chancery concerning when officers, directors and law firms working for a company are entitled to advancement of legal fees has put companies on notice t
"The Reading List," "Keep a Lookout for Patent Pirates," "Texas' Top Deals of 2005," "Live Patent Auction Nets Millions" and "AIMing for an Overseas IPO.
...Counsel for NRG: in-house; Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom; Potter Anderson Corroon; Kirkland & Ellis Counsel for Texas Genco: in-house; Vinson...
NRG Energy Inc. to acquire Texas Genco LLC. Norsk Hydro ASA to acquire Spinnaker Exploration Co. Symantec Corp. to acquire Bindview Development Corp
CVS/Pharmacy, Jean Coutu Group purchase Eckerd. Lyondell Chemical Co. merges with Millennium Chemicals Inc. U.S. Oncology merges with Oiler Acquisition Corp
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