The Litigation Daily The daily source for legal business news, analysis and intelligence from the editors and reporters at The AmLaw Litigation Daily. en-us Copyright 2016. ALM Media Properties, LLC. All rights reserved. The Litigation Daily Monday Mashup: The (Faint) Silver Lining in Immigration Reform; The Frack Master Gets Busted; A Judge Loses It In Court Putting the Supreme Court's immigration reform decision in context; plus the SEC goes after the "Frack Master" and his GC--a former Skadden lawyer. Also, the Kansas AG has his hands full and a Georgia judge goes way over the line. Sun, 26 Jun 2016 01:50:27 EDT 1202761013398 Litigator of the Week: Cristina Arguedas of Arguedas, Cassman & Headley It's hard to overstate how good Cristina Arguedas was last week during opening arguments in defense of FedEx Corp. Just four days later, prosecutors abruptly dropped the case at the end of the first week of a bench trial with $1.6 billion on the line. Fri, 24 Jun 2016 00:16:34 EDT 1202760883437 Shout-Out: Orrick Scores Jury Win for Homeopathic Flu Remedy Maker After a week-long trial in Los Angeles federal court, litigators from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe won a jury verdict in favor of homeopathic drug maker Boiron Inc. last week in a false advertising class action. Thu, 23 Jun 2016 23:45:37 EDT 1202760882481 Not Enough Minority and Women Judges? Depends on How You Measure The American Constitution Society on Wednesday released an in-depth study of 10,000 state court judges with an unsurprising conclusion: most of them are white men. But there?s something surprising the report doesn?t tell you. Wed, 22 Jun 2016 23:34:53 EDT 1202760742486 An ITC Fight Like You?ve Never Seen Before Leave it to lawyers from Quinn Emanuel to come up with a new way to litigate a decades-old grievance--and to use a statute that's synonymous with patent disputes in a totally unexpected way. Tue, 21 Jun 2016 22:09:27 EDT 1202760619384 For Starbucks, a Venti-Size Problem as Class Actions Multiply Four would-be class actions against Starbucks Corp. feel a lot like a shakedown-- the kind of complaints that someone?s cranky grandpa who grew up in the Great Depression and reuses old tinfoil might appreciate. Mon, 20 Jun 2016 22:14:50 EDT 1202760507320