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U.S. District Judge Edward Korman of the Eastern District of New York owes a large part of his approach to deciding cases to advice from a former boss, Robert Bork, U.S. solicitor general at the end
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
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A method to assess the risk of fetal Down's syndrome is not patent-eligible subject matter, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has ruled, relying on recent high-profile cases about med
Originally Published: National Law Journal
A Manhattan Commercial Division judge has allowed to go forward a proposed class action lawsuit against HSBC Bank over the way it handles overdraft fees for retail customers
...N.J., Defense Counsel:Julia B. Strickland, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, New York. Comment: A federal judge in Philadelphia...
A federal judge in Philadelphia has preliminarily approved a $23.5 million settlement in a class action brought against HSBC Bank over the company's payment protection plan for its credit card users
A true confidant is that unique person in whom one can entrust anything — from insecurities to dark secrets — without fear that it will ever see the light of day or invite judgment, no ma
...Angeles securities litigator is suing his longtime former firm, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, for allegedly denying him retirement benefits to which he believes he...
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals insisted Tuesday that a mandatory arbitration clause in American Express' contracts with merchants that includes a class action waiver is unenforceable as agains
...described as a typo in offering documents by a Stroock & Stroock & Lavan lawyer Thursday won a round in the fight to recoup their...
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