Attorneys Ted Frank and Darrell Palmer have withdrawn their appeals of two settlements with BP over the Deepwater Horizon oil spill after several of their former clients accused them of misconduct.
The U.S. Supreme Court set the stage Tuesday for another major look at the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.
The objectors' new lawyers said in court papers that the "appellants now realize, much to their extreme chagrin, prior counsel’s machinations and subterfuge, of which they were unaware and do not countenance."
Qwest was ready to declare victory in a nearly 10-year-old patent case, but on Monday the Federal Circuit resuscitated claims brought by Centillion Data Systems and its lawyers at Blank Rome.
The court handed down only one signed decision in an argued case in November. But individual justices issued seven different opinions about cases that the court did not grant.
Siding with lawyers at Akin Gump, the Second Circuit confirmed on Thursday that the practice of Starbucks supervisors splitting pooled tips with other workers doesn't violate New York labor law.
A New York appeals court ruled that an arbitrator was right to reject a $200 million-plus damages claim against Tullett Prebon by rival brokerage firm BGC Partners Inc.
The Federal Circuit reaffirmed its "causal nexus" test, but ruled that Judge Lucy Koh applied it too strictly when she denied a permanent injunction against Samsung.
What does same-sex marriage have to do with claims that Apple fixed prices for e-books? Plenty, according to Gibson Dunn's Ted Boutrous.