Cooley expands its seven-month-old Los Angeles office with Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton duo; the former attorney general of the State of Washington joins Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe; and K&
Pope Benedict XVI's stunning announcement Monday that he plans to resign after almost eight years as pontiff brought renewed attention to the sex abuse litigation and related legal maneuverings that
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With Pope Benedict XVI's surprise announcement that he is stepping down as pontiff, we caught up with the Minneapolis-based plaintiffs' lawyer who pioneered sex abuse litigation against the Roman Cat
Notice to the bar
Notice to the bar
The Archdiocese of Milwaukee filed for bankruptcy on Tuesday, citing an inability to pay claims stemming from civil suits filed by plaintiffs alleging sexual abuse by priests and other church employe
A month after getting smacked with a nearly $30 million patent infringement verdict over football helmets, Illinois-based Schutt Sports has filed for bankruptcy as a means of blocking payment of that
...from pursuing a claim under the new theory. A profile of Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek in the same issue incorrectly stated that the firm negotiated a...
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a retaliation lawsuit that seeks to answer a seemingly simple question: What does it mean to "file a complaint"? The question lies at the heart of the case of a W
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