Following a truce between video game giant Electronic Arts Inc. and the Collegiate License Company, a new team of lawyers from Munger Tolles & Olson stepped in to represent the NCAA as it continues to battle the players' claims.
Despite hiring the former head of the U.S. Department of Justice's antitrust division, Facebook couldn't convince a judge to dismiss claims by Kickflip, which makes a virtual currency.
The Justice Department announced criminal charges Wednesday against three former brokers at London-based brokerage firm ICAP PLC, accusing them of scheming with a senior trader at UBS AG to manipulate the London interbank offered rate.
Wilson Sonsini client Brett Hurt said he hadn't reviewed an email he sent to Bazaarvoice's board saying its acquisition of PowerReviews would leave the company with "no meaningful direct competitor."
The National Credit Union Administration and its lawyers are back with more mortgage-backed securities claims against more banks—not to mention an opening salvo for the agency in the ongoing LIBOR litigation.
The Federal Trade Commission pressured two merging companies into making concessions to protect competition in a market that doesn't even currently exist, according to Commissioner Joshua Wright's stinging dissent to the agency's consent decree with media researchers Nielsen Holdings N.V. and Arbitron Inc.
Intuit Inc., Lucasfilm and Pixar will pay a total of $20 million to settle a class action on behalf of former employees who claim the companies illegally suppressed salaries by striking pacts with other high-tech businesses not to raid each other's ranks.
Microsoft's lawyers at Sullivan & Cromwell vowed last July they'd easily preserve their big antitrust win against Novell, the sole remaining antitrust plaintiff challenging Microsoft over its market dominance in the 1990s. On Monday they delivered on that promise.
Retractable Technologies argued that rival Becton Dickinson attempted to monopolize the market for safety syringes by making deceptive statements about the effectiveness of its products.