In his Antitrust column, Elai Katz, a partner of Cahill Gordon & Reindel, discusses recent cases involving allegations that senior executives at eBay and Intuit agreed to refrain from hiring one anot
Ronnie Abrams writes: Over the course of his distinguished career, my father, Floyd Abrams, has worked on more than his fair share of groundbreaking cases. But as I think about why he is deserving of
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In his Antitrust column, Cahill Gordon & Reindel partner Elai Katz reviews recent developments, including a Tenth Circuit ruling that Microsoft's refusal to share with rivals interface data for its u
When chemistry major Loretta Preska realized that life as a researcher was not for her, she turned her ambitions to becoming a lawyer. On Thursday, the chief judge of the Southern District returned t
... ATTORNEYS For Plaintiff: Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP. For Defendants: Quinn Emanuel Urquhart...
...v. The McGraw-Hill Companies, 08 Civ. 7202. Cahill Gordon & Reindel represented McGraw Hill....
In his Antitrust column, Elai Katz, a partner of Cahill Gordon & Reindel, reviews recent developments, including the Eleventh Circuit's rejection of monopolization claims in a market limited to black
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