The Global Lawyer
Did Chevron drop its jury demand because it lost a mock trial? That's The Global Lawyer's guess. But while Chevron may be scared of a jury, the Ecuadorians are afraid of justice.
As U.S. policy turns hostile to patent trolling, the epic battle between Nokia Oyj and IPCom GmbH may determine whether trolls return to their original stomping grounds, and repopulate Europe.
Conoco is due billions after arbitrators found Venezuela liable for a 2007 expropriation. Can Venezuela roll the award back? What did Conoco do right that Exxon did wrong?
Five rulings in 10 days bring some clarity to alien tort and human rights litigation.
Persecuted in Afghanistan for the desire to educate and be educated, a young woman finds in American law the power to inspire and be inspired.
A lost boy finds his father after 30 years, and becomes a walking exhibit for crimes against humanity.