Litigation

At Last! Covid-Related Business-Interruption Suit Prevails

A string of losses by policyholders who go to court to collect on Covid-related business interruption disputes has been broken, and legal experts are wondering […]

Skirmish In The Vaccine Wars: Why A Montana Law Firm Is Suing The State

A Montana law firm has sued the state’s Republican Attorney General and its Commissioner of Labor and Industry over a state law that prohibits Montana […]

Well You Know It Don’t Come Easy

Ringo Starr’s legal team has reached an agreement with a company that sells rings designed to fit the male appendage under the brand name “Ring […]

SEC’s Case Against Ripple Is On the Ropes

In 2018 ex-SEC Director William Hinman, gave a speech stating unequivocally that Ethereum is not a security, prompting the price of the crypto-currency to rise. […]

E-Discovery Confronts A Data Nightmare

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Data-mining yesterday’s email is child’s play compared to what is now required from information governance and e-discovery programs. Social media platforms are just a piece […]

Elizabeth Holmes’ Defense Ploy May Have Paid Off

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It is axiomatic that time is on the side of the defense in a criminal trial. All they need is reasonable doubt, and if enough […]

Hundreds Of Washington State Workers Sue Over Vaccine Mandate, As Anti-Vaxx Litigation Breaks Out Nationwide

What began with about 90 state troopers and dozens of public sector employees now includes an additional 600 state workers, including the state’s fire marshal. […]

Antitrust Lessons From the Supreme Court’s NCAA Decision

Antitrust Lessons From the Supreme Court’s NCAA Decision

In June, the Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in NCAA v. Alston, an antitrust case involving the NCAA’s restrictions on education-related payments to student […]

Third Straight Appellate Court Rules No Covid Business Interruption Coverage

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed a district court ruling that an Ohio restaurant that had lost business as a result of Covid […]

Discharged Vets Sue Over “Bad Paper”

In a putative class action, two former Air Force service members have sued the Secretary of the Air Force, claiming they wrongly received a less-than-honorable […]

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