There were thousands of infringement claims, from a variety of fields. “The suggestion that a class action of these dimensions can be managed with judicial […]
The writer looks at a recent Supreme Court decision, Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum, and finds it “fractured and somewhat muddy.” The question of liability […]
The Katrina levee breach litigation is likely the first of an upcoming wave of geoengineering liability cases, according to Clarence W. Edwards, Professor of Law […]
Compared to traditional litigation, arbitration is often viewed by in-house and outside counsel alike as a preferable method of resolving commercial disputes. Many in the […]
Liability insurance will likely have to cover defense costs even when the plaintiff’s case proves to be weak. Carriers may be on the hook even […]
Highly uncertain law regarding what constitutes protected activity means that companies need to be cautious about potentially retaliatory action. In a New York federal court […]
Non-practicing Entities, aka patent trolls, are finding big oil and gas companies are ripe targets.
The company was sued in California state court over a promotional video it ran in a Los Angeles store.
There’s a common option on your email that can do uncommon damage.
A courtroom procedure that has found some currency in Australia may be salutary in some U.S. courts.