...it succeeded? The answer is a resounding yes for such clients as Starbucks Corporation, Johnson & Johnson, and the nursing home operator Golden Living LLC...
...Akin Gump, the Second Circuit confirmed on Thursday that the practice of Starbucks supervisors splitting pooled tips with other workers doesn't violate New York...
...family-owned coffee company in Center Tuftonboro, N.H., has prevailed against Starbucks in a trademark fight over its Charbucks Blend and Mr. Charbucks coffees...
...billion arbitration award for Kraft Foods Inc. in a contract dispute with Starbucks
...Foods Inc. $2.76 billion in its breach of contract dispute with Starbucks Corp. over packaged coffee
Am Law 200 firms are turning to Twitter and other social media sites to connect with clients, but some are doing it better than others
Two years in, the former Weil IP litigation star has his mojo working at Tensegrity, but he may have moved too late to claim the biggest prizes
Originally Published: The Recorder
When Residential Capital LLC filed a plan of reorganization Thursday, it moved a giant step closer to exiting bankruptcy—and to ending what has been a lucrative assignment for a bevy of firms,
In fits and starts, the Seattle-based firm saw the benefits of going national
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