Cooley may have gotten its start in San Franciscoback in 1920but for generations of technology companies it has always been the quintessential Silicon Valley firm. Indeed, Cooley was one of the first firms to make Palo Alto a focal point for its work, setting up shop there in 1980 and...
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Since the N.J. Supreme Court decided Dendrite v. Doe in 2001, the number of lawsuits designed to identify anonymous Internet speakers has declined. Recently, however, the Appellate Division, in Warre
...represented by Gregory Giordano of Lenox, Socey, Formidoni, Giordano, Cooley, Lang & Casey in Lawrenceville; Smith by James Ronan ...
Plaintiff's claims alleging gender employment discrimination because she has been excluded from officiating at boys' high school varsity basketball games are remanded for more facts
Widener University School of Law graduates unable to find jobs in their profession can go forward with a suit charging they were misled about the school's placement success rate
...from the College of the Holy Cross in 1992 and Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1997, is a professor in Fairleigh Dickinson University's...
...graduate of College of the Holy Cross in 1992 and Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1997, he is a professor in Fairleigh Dickinson University...
The Law Journal's annual review of personal injury cases resulting in the largest recoverie
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