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Goodwin Procter LLP
The Supreme Court continues to take a close look at major administrative law questions, and its answers have the potential to significantly affect the consumer finance industry.
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
A recent decision from New York County Commercial Division Justice Joel M. Cohen highlights the hurdles that defendants face in trying to assert a fraudulent inducement defense to a breach of contract
Maron Marvel Bradley Anderson & Tardy
The risk of a large verdict has always been a major factor in any litigation. In recent years, the potential for a punitive damages instruction reaching...
Holland & Knight
The apex doctrine generally provides that a high-level corporate officer should not be subject to a deposition unless and until the opposing party has exhausted...
Since the first Johnson & Johnson talc bankruptcy was filed in 2021, Judge Michael Kaplan has faced countless disagreements in the US Bankruptcy Court.
Fairfield and Woods
On February 8, 2024, the Colorado Supreme Court adopted changes to the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct, including Rule 5.5 on Unauthorized Practice of Law and Multijurisdictional Practice of Law.
Crowell & Moring LLP
The Fourth Circuit heard oral argument in late January on the issue of whether an independent or nonpublic school's 501(c)(3)...
Pitcoff Law Group
Pitcoff Law Group hosted its first-ever LIVE video session, delving into the crucial topic of the value of preliminary injunctions in business disputes.
Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
Pro Bono News: Winter 2024
Frantz Ward
There is an adage that lawyers learn the version of the rules of evidence and procedure that are current when they are in law school and then do not look at them again.
Wiley Rein
A Ninth Circuit decision in former Nebraska lawmaker Jeff Fortenberry's criminal case signals new complexities to cooperating with investigators that witnesses should carefully consider.
Holland & Knight
In this episode of his "The Trial Lawyer's Handbook" podcast series, litigation attorney Dan Small discusses the pros and cons of using technology in the courtroom.
Winston & Strawn LLP
On October 3, 2023, a three-judge panel from the Superior Court of New Jersey Appellate Division reversed a jury verdict against Johnson & Johnson over accusations its asbestos-tainted talcum powder...
Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP
Pacific Trial Attorneys, as legal counsel, have filed hundreds of lawsuits for alleged violations of the California Unruh Civil Rights Act, California Civil Code § 51 et seq.
Cowles & Thompson, PC
Jury selection, by its nature, forces attorneys to assume things about jurors based on incomplete information.
Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols
Redistricting takes center stage at the Wisconsin Supreme Court this November as the court's sole case set for oral argument is an original action addressing the constitutionality...
Barnes & Thornburg
When parallel civil enforcement investigations or third-party lawsuits occur concurrently with criminal cases, the government will take full advantage of the information-sharing opportunities they provide.
Fisher Broyles
In the decision of James Rivest v. Hauppauge Digital, Inc., No. 442, 2022 (Del. July 10, 2023), the Delaware Supreme Court considered the extent to which a Delaware corporation's production of books and records...
As season three comes to an end, join co-hosts Felicia Ellsworth and John Walsh as they chat about this season's episodes and look back on notable moments from season three.
Holland & Knight
In this episode of his "The Trial Lawyer's Handbook" podcast series, litigation attorney Dan Small covers 20 basic rules of courtroom etiquette.
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