The Litigation Daily
The U.S. Supreme Court set the stage Tuesday for another major look at the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.
For the second time in five weeks, Milbank's Mark Scarsi persuaded a jury to side with Apple in a patent case challenging the company's devices.
The Beastie Boys don't mess around when it comes to protecting their IP. But did the band go too far when it challenged a version of the song "Girls" in a video that went viral earlier this month? According to GoldieBlox's lawyers at Orrick, the answer is yes.
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.
November 25, 2013 :: IP
So far, the online TV company Aereo is winning its legal battles with broadcasters. FilmOn, on the other hand, has suffered important courtroom losses on both coasts, potentially cutting both companies off from major markets.
The Mississippi Supreme Court ruled against the Eaton Corporation and let stand a trial judge's severe sanctions against the company for legal misconduct.
November 24, 2013 :: Appellate
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.
Calling the actions of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher and Kirkland & Ellis "deeply disappointing," New Orleans federal judge Carl Barbier accused BP and its lawyers of a "startling reversal" of position on the scope of the $9.6 billion Deepwater Horizon settlement.