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By Kenneth Chernof, John D. Lombardo, Michael Mierzewski, Andrew K. Solow, David J. Weiner, Caitlin Annatoyn, Paul Beavers, Tiffany Ikeda, Michael Kientzle, Colleen Lima
A magistrate judge in the Northern District of Illinois awarded class counsel $4,770,834, or 1.75 times the amount actually billed.
By Kenneth Chernof, John D. Lombardo, Daphne Morduchowitz, Andrew K. Solow, David J. Weiner, Caitlin Annatoyn, Paul Beavers, Tiffany Ikeda, Michael Kientzle, Colleen Lima
As a threshold matter, the court first confirmed that the forty-three documents at issue were in fact privileged, and that their disclosure was inadvertent.
By Kenneth Chernof, John D. Lombardo, Daphne Morduchowitz, Andrew K. Solow, David J. Weiner, Caitlin Annatoyn, Paul Beavers, Tiffany Ikeda, Michael Kientzle, Colleen Lima
EA sought summary judgment on the plaintiffs' § 3344 claims on the ground that EA had not used the players' likenesses, as defined in § 3344.
By Rob Bratby
This reverses the change from ‘judicial review‘ to ‘on the merits‘ appeals implemented by the Communications Act 2003.
By Evelina J. Norwinski, Marcus Asner, Andy Wang
In the first six months of fiscal year 2017, U.S. border agents conducted 14,993 searches of electronic devices at borders and airports.
By Michael Gerrard, Edward McTiernan
Aging or absent sewers and other failing infrastructure, including pipes that carry wastewater to treatment plants, are contributing to water quality problems around the country, including across New York state.
By Lincoln Tsang, Daniel Kracov, Richard Dickinson, Jacqueline Mulryne, Nancy Perkins, Louise Strom, Victoria Wallace
In a recent article published in Intellectual Property & Technology Law Journal, and expanding on our previous post, we discuss the legal and regulatory implications of applying AI to the EU and US healthcare...
By Richard Alexander, Christopher Allen, David Freeman, Jr., Michael Mancusi, Brian McCormally, Kevin Toomey
n just eight months, all federally regulated banks, brokers or dealers in securities, mutual funds, futures commission merchants, and introducing brokers in commodities will be required to comply with the new Beneficial Ownership Rule...
By Anthony Franze, R. Reeves Anderson
The 2016–17 term was a quiet one at the Supreme Court. Shorthanded with only eight justices for most of the year, the Court seemed intent on keeping things lowkey— not a single blockbuster case—
By David Freeman, Jr., Douglas Pelley, Kathleen Wechter
As noted above, the President previously directed DOL to reevaluate the rule and to consider the rule's revision or repeal.
By Kathy Osgerby
The UK Government has released a "Future Partnership" paper setting out its vision for UK-EU data flows post-Brexit.
By Andrew Bauer, Jonathan Green, John Freedman, Daniel Hawke, Joshua Martin, Daphne Morduchowitz, Michael Trager, Adam Reinhart, Charles A. Kreafle
The Second Circuit has implemented yet another significant change to insider trading law. In United States v. Martoma, issued on August 23, 2017, the court walked back much of what it said...
By Jeffrey Smith
It has come as a great surprise to learn that most of my 45 years in Washington were not spent in honorable public service but, rather, as part of the "Deep State," ...
By Jennifer A. Karmonick, Eric A. Rubel, Michelle Gillice
On September 8, 2016, we reported that the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) had issued a notice of proposed rulemaking that would reduce the burden of testing for phthalates in children's toys and child care articles.
By Justin Hedge, Francesca Pisano
This enforcement action raises important issues for trade organizations and professional associations as well as others that engage in competitor collaborations and joint research and development efforts.
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