Steven Donziger let a camera crew follow him as he battled Chevron Corporation in Ecuador. Chevron stripped away his attorney-client privilege and now claims that those films show proof of fraud. Just what was Donziger thinking, as the cameras rolled?
The inside story of how the biggest copyright infringement verdict in U.S. history was essentially won before the case ever went to trial.
More and more big clients are pressing law firms to deliver greater value for the money they get. Firms, in turn, are increasingly employing project management strategies to meet those goals.
A fight over attorneys' fees helps keep Cobell case unresolved.
Spat between financer and financed hints at practice's pitfalls.
Lawyer Ted Frank aims to curb abusive class action settlements.
Patent suit fan Judge T. John Ward gets ready to retire.
A litigator tackles a rare federal circuit twofer.