Litigation / Trial Practice

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May
25
2024
Supreme Court Holds that District Courts Must Stay – Not Dismiss – Actions Brought by Parties Subject to Binding Arbitration Agreements Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
May
25
2024
Business Groups File Lawsuit to Block DOL’s Raised Salary Thresholds for White Collar Overtime Exemptions Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
May
24
2024
Full Federal Circuit Ditches Decades-Old Design Patent Test Foley & Lardner LLP
May
24
2024
Illinois Legislature Passes Bill to Clarify ‘Per-Scan’ Damages for Privacy Act Violations, Awaits Governor’s Signature Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
May
24
2024
Marriott Faces Class Action for Alleged Violation of Illinois Biometrics Law Robinson & Cole LLP
May
24
2024
Understanding Suppliers’ Rights and Remedies in Retail and Hospitality Bankruptcies ArentFox Schiff LLP
May
24
2024
Privacy Tip #399 – Nebraska AG Sues TikTok for Violations of Consumer Protection Laws Robinson & Cole LLP
May
24
2024
What Does a Wrongful Death Lawyer Do? Ward and Smith, P.A.
May
24
2024
Biomedical Company Avoids DOJ Prosecution After First Ever Voluntary Corporate Self-Disclosure of Fraud Under NSD Enforcement Policy ArentFox Schiff LLP
May
24
2024
Supreme Court Decision Could Increase Copyright Trolling in the Second Circuit Robinson & Cole LLP
May
24
2024
Signature Lines Matter: When a Contract Amendment Is Not Really an Amendment Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
May
24
2024
Supreme Court: Pure Omissions Cannot Support Rule 10b-5(b) Liability McDermott Will & Emery
May
24
2024
New Jersey Supreme Court Rules Nondisparagement Clauses in Settlement Agreements May Violate the NJ Law Against Discrimination Proskauer Rose LLP
May
24
2024
NCAA Board Approves Settlement Terms in Antitrust Lawsuits Jackson Lewis P.C.
May
23
2024
Three for Thursday - SCOTUS Today Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.
May
23
2024
Regenxbio, Inc. v. Sarepta Therapeutics. Inc. – The Long Reach of Funk Bros. Seed Co. Schwegman, Lundberg & Woessner, P.A.
May
23
2024
The Ninth Circuit Holds That a Lie Must Go to the Nature of the Bargain to Support Fraud Conviction Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
May
23
2024
Fast-Food Workers Flex PUMP Act Protections in Class Action Suits Hunton Andrews Kurth
May
23
2024
Court Denies Policyholder’s Motion for Partial Summary Judgment in RWI Lawsuit Hunton Andrews Kurth
May
23
2024
Business Groups Sue to Enjoin DOL Rule Increasing Minimum Salary Thresholds for Overtime Exemption Pierce Atwood LLP
May
23
2024
En Banc Federal Circuit Replaces Legal Framework For Evaluating Obviousness Of Design Patents Barnes & Thornburg LLP
May
23
2024
ESG Update: Three Climate Change Decisions to Watch as the Temperature Rises ArentFox Schiff LLP
May
23
2024
Federal Circuit Relaxes Standard for Design Patent Obviousness Challenges K&L Gates
May
23
2024
Washington Court Rejects Novel Use of AI-Enhanced Video in Trial Greenberg Traurig, LLP
May
23
2024
Pay for Delay is Sometimes Okay McDermott Will & Emery
May
23
2024
Second Circuit Tells Rapper to Face the Music for Failing to Register the Work McDermott Will & Emery
May
23
2024
Prime Time for Prime Hydration: YouTubers Clash With PFAS Regulations ArentFox Schiff LLP
May
23
2024
Testing Negative: Collateral Order Doctrine Precludes Appellate Jurisdiction McDermott Will & Emery
May
23
2024
Use the Right Words and Claim Research Credits Miller Canfield
May
23
2024
Design Series – Episode 1: M&S v Aldi: Guidance on Enforcement of Registered Designs in The UK K&L Gates
May
22
2024
Employer Is Not Liable For Malicious Prosecution Against Former Employee Proskauer Rose LLP
May
22
2024
California Employers Score A Rare Victory On Wage Statement Penalties Proskauer Rose LLP
May
22
2024
Employee Need Not Show “Significant Harm” Resulted From Discriminatory Transfer Proskauer Rose LLP
May
22
2024
Stock Options Are Not Wages Under The Labor Code Proskauer Rose LLP
May
22
2024
Just as "Shall" Means "Shall", "Stay" Means "Stay" Mintz
 

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