But the Indian outsourcing company, represented by Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, denies the most serious charges about its immigration practices, including claims of systemic visa fraud. Instead, it only admits that it failed to maintain accurate employment records.
The fight over the validity of so-called unfinished business claims in law firm bankruptcies is heating up in courts on both coasts this week.
As the Howrey estate rakes in settlements with law firms that hired fleeing Howrey partners, a handful of holdouts are trying to tear down a controversial bankruptcy doctrine that has vexed the legal industry for years.
A federal judge in Manhattan dismissed allegations that a Chinese subsidiary of Siemens AG violated the Dodd-Frank Act, ruling that the law's whistle-blower protection provisions don't apply extraterritorially.
In the wake of embarrassing publicity over a lawsuit filed by former bank examiner Carmen Segarra, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York has failed in its attempt to get parts of that lawsuit and its supporting documents sealed.
Proskauer Rose has been retained by Major League Baseball to fight the scandal-soaked suit filed Friday by embattled New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez and his lawyers from Reed Smith, Gordon & Rees, and New York's Tacopina Seigel & Turano.
A litigation campaign by Johnson & Johnson subsidiary Mentor Worldwide met its demise when the company and its lawyers at Littler Mendelson agreed to drop the last two unfair competition suits it had filed against its much smaller rival, breast implant developer Sientra Inc., represented by Proskauer Rose.
For the fourth time in two months, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission was dinged by a judge for overreaching in an investigation.
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.