Litigation

Whistleblower Says Google Violated Pay Laws Abroad

A whistleblower who filed a complaint with the SEC claims that the wage gap between temp and full-time workers doing equivalent work at Google has […]

The Million Dollar Question In Data Breach Lawsuits

The threshold question for determining if a consumer class action may proceed following a data breach is whether the plaintiffs have standing. For making that […]

On Appeal, Plaintiffs Lose Again On Business Interruption Claim

The Eleventh Circuit is the second federal appeals court to rule against a plaintiff with a Covid-related business interruption claim. In this case the court […]

Board Diversity Lawsuits Are Not Faring Well

The recent dismissal of two shareholder lawsuits alleging failure to promote board diversity continues an increasingly unmistakable trend, writes D&O expert Kevin M. LaCroix in […]

Has Anyone Told the Texas Rangers About This?

The Satanic Temple is a religion that has applied for and received federal recognition. As such, it uses legal precedent —  several state Religious Freedom […]

Latest Hollywood Covid Insurance Dispute; $100M For “Mission Impossible”

In the latest of a flood of claims that began early last year, the production company working on the latest in the Tom Cruise “Mission […]

Texas Firm Will Cut Hourly Rate In Half For Mexico’s Gun Lawsuit

Texas Firm Will Cut Hourly Rate In Half For Mexico’s Gun Lawsuit

The law firm representing the Mexican government in a lawsuit targeting major U.S. gun manufacturers is cutting its hourly rate for senior attorneys from $1000 […]

Confidentiality Of Litigation Funders

Confidentiality Of Litigation Funders

U.S. courts in most instances are ruling that information concerning litigation funding is protected work product, according to a recent study conducted by litigation finance […]

New Ransomware Ploy: Bribe An Employee

A San Francisco-based cybersecurity company says it managed to establish communication with a ransomware group that had been contacting employees of some of its clients […]

Big Tech Losing Patent Battles Right and Left

Last week a jury decided that Apple should pay $300 million to Optis Wireless Technology in the companies’ second patent trial, and Sonos prevailed against […]

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