...joins Dykema as a partner, focuses on business, real estate and entertainment litigation, as well as civil appeals. SAM MILLER, who arrives as...
A U.S. district judge in Manhattan denied Reed Elsevier's motion for a preliminary injunction to stop one of its former top technology executives from working for TransUnion Holding under a 31-month
The Federal Circuit on Friday affirmed a prior ruling that Western Digital Corp. and Sling Media Inc. do not infringe two Nazomi patents relating to Java programming. Wiley Rein represented Western D
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Friday to hear two patent cases and one high-profile copyright fight, bringing the number of IP disputes on its docket to an unusual high
Weisburg preserved a $120 million win for his client, and protected the reputation of Debevoise's David Rivkin as an arbitrator to boot
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft has named corporate cochair James Woolery to become head of the firm. Woolery, a Kentucky native and former business development chair at Cravath, Swaine & Moore who lef
Former SAC Capital Advisors portfolio manager Mathew Martoma, now on trial for insider trading, allegedly falsified his Harvard transcripts and included them in clerkship applications submitted to 23
Medical device maker CareFusion, represented by Jones Day, agreed to pay $40 million to resolve civil claims by the U.S. government that it used unlawful marketing and kickbacks to promote its produc
A federal judge in San Francisco refused to certify a class of workers suing Ma Laboratories because class counsel represent another group of employees in state court
The government's $384 million settlement and guilty plea from Alcoa is something of a vindication for a Bahraini aluminum giant and its lawyers at Akin Gump, who beat prosecutors to the punch with a
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