...Snyder, a New York partner at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak & Cohen of Boston also represented Walters in the case. ...
A Boston federal judge has ordered the plaintiffs and defendants in the New England Compounding multidistrict litigation to preserve potential evidence about the company's links to a fungal meningiti
A Boston federal magistrate judge is allowing plaintiffs's experts to conduct "destructive" testing, including inspection of walls and ductwork, at New England Compounding Pharmacy Inc., a company li
Netflix Inc. has agreed to put closed captions on 100 percent of its streaming content within two years to settle a lawsuit filed by the National Association of the Deaf last year
...Rights Education and Defense Fund Inc. in Berkeley, Calif.; and Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak & Cohen in Boston did not respond to requests for comment. Neither...
Netflix Inc. asked a federal judge in Massachusetts for permission to appeal his ruling that the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 requires the company to provide closed-captioning text for its
Loss of bladder control and pain during sex are not subjects most women like to talk about. But those symptoms or, more specifically, the devices used to treat them are hot topics among
A Boston federal judge has rejected a defamation lawsuit against Barbara Walters filed by a former classmate of her daughter's
...be fully compliant by March 15, 2012." Sugarman, Rogers, Barshak & Cohen of Boston and Fox & Robertson of Denver, Colo., represented...
A Massachusetts federal judge has rejected Netflix Inc.'s bid to dismiss a case against it brought by the National Association of the Deaf for failing to provide closed captioned text with its Web st
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