Towards the end of last month's e-book price fixing trial, it looked to some like Gibson Dunn's Orin Snyder might pull off a come-from-behind victory for Apple. But the company and its lawyers didn't come close.
Civil liberties advocates and a bipartisan group in Congress stepped up pressure on Tuesday against the Obama administration's secret domestic surveillance programs via a lawsuit and legislation that could shed light on the scope and legality of the government's snooping.
Oral arguments in the privacy case come against the backdrop of a national scandal over the government's massive data collection through tech companies like Google.
The litigation pits a renowned class action attorney against a preeminent technology company and Silicon Valley's most famous law firm, yet the appeal seems to be flying largely under the radar.
Litigants who claim their virtual property in the online role playing game "Second Life" was improperly confiscated by game owner Linden Research Inc. have agreed to a settlement worth more than $43 million 43 million Linden dollars that is.
The plaintiffs, represented by Cohen Milstein, called the deal the first-ever settlement regarding the equal maintenance and marketing of bank-owned homes. Wells Fargo, one of three major banks targeted with similar claims, relied on Skadden for its defense.
A disqualification fight in a California food labeling case over Chobani yogurt raises questions about the standard for ejecting attorneys when they pursue an expert witness working for the other side.
In a price-fixing case that Mississippi's attorney general brought against a slew of LCD makers, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether parens patriae lawsuits are class actions in disguise that don't belong in the hands of state court judges.
Both Netflix and a deaf college student who sued for discrimination claim a technical victory that entitles them to fees.