Who would have guessed that one of the hot spots for law firm mergers was Indiana? But thats where Indianapolisbased Barnes, Hickam, Pantzer & Boyd combined with South Bends Thornburg, McGill, Deahl, Harman, Carey & Murray in 1982creating one of the largest firms in...
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..., a partner in the Chicago office of Indianapolis-based Barnes & Thornburg. Nicholas said he began doing work for Met...
As an intellectual property attorney, the federal jurisdiction of patent-related cases always seemed clear to me. 28 U.S.C. 1338 provides that: "The district courts shall have original jurisdiction o
...were from Bryan Cave, Washington's Oppenheim + Zebrak and the RIAA. Barnes & Thornburg was local counsel. Jammie Thomas-Rasset's lawyer, Kiwi...
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Dewey & LeBoeuf, Foley & Lardner and Sullivan & Cromwell are advising various parties on an investor group's $2.15 billion acquisition of Major League Baseball's Los Angeles Dodgers, the highest pric
A bill of more than $360,000 to be recovered by defendants for electronic discovery costs has been slashed by more than 90 percent, as 3rd Circuit Judge Thomas Vanaskie said for the three-judge panel
...Sobol Shapiro, Oak Park, Ill. Defense Counsel: Kendall Millard, Barnes & Thornburg, Indianapolis; Marguerite M. Sullivan, Latham & Watkins, Washington, D.C.; Neil...
A federal judge has approved a $35.5 million settlement in a class action in which plaintiffs alleged that Babies "R" Us and a group of baby product manufacturers violated antitrust law
A federal judge has approved a $35 million settlement in a class action in which plaintiffs claimed Babies "R" Us Inc. and baby product manufacturers engaged in violations of antitrust law
In a ruling that may send shivers up the spines of some plaintiffs lawyers, a federal judge in Pittsburgh has ruled that the winning defendants in an antitrust case are entitled to reimbursement of m
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