Baker Botts runs down every patent infringement jury trial of the pandemic era. Paul Hastings needs just two months to persuade Judge William Orrick to unwind a trade secrets injunction. And Judge Edward Chen explains why he threw out Intel’s antitrust suit against Fortress Investment Group. Click Here To Read The Full Article
In this week’s episode, Edelson PC Chief of Staff Kelsey McCann shares how the Chicago-based firm is diversifying its ranks by shattering the “illusion” that only Big Law can provide attorneys with stable, high-income careers. Click Here To Read The Full Article
Suing Over Property Damage That Judge Described as 'an Abomination,' Miami Attorneys Score $6 Million Verdict
“They are not required to take what is a pair of blue jeans and try to turn it into a tuxedo,” the judge said. “They bargained for a tuxedo, they paid for a tuxedo, and they are entitled to rip up this pair of blue jeans they got and lay a proper tuxedo, period.” […]
The Supreme Court's Legitimacy in Peril—Are the Times of One Lone Judge Tipping the Scale Over?
With the Supreme Court possibly facing a legitimacy crisis and political parties picking or promoting “reliable” or “loyal” nominees, the supreme court could lose not only its credibility, but also a “swing justice” casting rule making votes. Click Here To Read The Full Article
The issue of masks has been litigated across the country, and judges in the Central District of California still have some discretion on witness and attorney protocols amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Click Here To Read The Full Article