Six judges are set to steer a course on patent reform, topple precedent and just maybe fall in line with the Supreme Court
Plaintiffs attorneys hope to make groundbreaking new law when they face off with social media titans Facebook and Zynga in two privacy class actions set for argument before the U.S. Court of Appeals
Originally Published: The Recorder
U.S. District Judge William Alsup has refused to certify a class of workers suing Ma Laboratories because class counsel represent another group of employees in state court
...transactions expertise. The Gunderson team advising Morta Security included partner Scott Dettmer and associates Trevor Knapp, Naveen Pai and Adam Sterling, all in...
Just one day after a new state law on undocumented immigrants took effect, the California Supreme Court ordered Sergio Garcia admitted. The decision could reverberate in New York, where at least one
The Ninth Circuit panel reviewing both cases includes Richard Tallman and Sandra Ikuta—two of the court's more conservative judges
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