"It's getting to the point of hysteria, really," said Anthony Brown, a former big-firm lawyer who takes pride in helping inventors assert their patents despite getting slapped with the troll label.
Can Eugene Scalia improve his 6-2 record in challenges to government regulations promulgated under Dodd-Frank?
On the biggest Internet shopping day of the year, appellate heavyweights Ted Olson of Gibson Dunn and David Frederick of Kellogg Huber lost Supreme Court cert bids in cases challenging New York's online sales tax law.
The U.S. Supreme Court set the stage Tuesday for another major look at the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.
As part of Tuesday's historic $13 billion deal, the DOJ and JPMorgan resolved that the bank can't recoup some Washington Mutual-related settlement funds from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. But that doesn't mean that JPMorgan and the FDIC are done fighting over WaMu securities.
Elliot Peters of Keker & Van Nest asked a federal judge in D.C. to dismiss the government's fraud case against the famed cyclist, arguing prosecutors failed to meet deadlines to file their claims.