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  • Wells Fargo Agrees to $3B Penalty to Resolve Fake Bank Account Scandal
    Bank CEO Charles Scharf: "The conduct ... and the past culture that gave rise to it are reprehensible and wholly inconsistent with the values on which Wells Fargo was built."
          
  • Skilled in the Art: No Pressure for New Generation of Fish & Richardson Trial Lawyers + Second Circuit Upholds Visual Artists Rights Act Verdict + Latham Plugs Into Battery Industry
    NextGen trial lawyers at Fish & Richardson bag $31 Million patent infringement verdict.
             
  • Fired Miami Heat Lawyer Accuses Team, General Counsel of Retaliation Over Her Maternity Leave
    Former Associate General Counsel Vered Yakovee alleges in a federal lawsuit that the Heat organization violated the Family and Medical Leave Act by firing her after she adopted a baby and took maternity leave for 12 weeks.
         
  • Johnson & Johnson Can't Dodge Price-Fixing Lawsuit Brought by Kroger, Walgreens
    Antitrust claims are a product of federal statute and thus are extrinsic to, and not rights "under," a commercial agreement, the appeals court said.
           
  • 2nd Circuit Denies King & Spalding's Bid for Special Appearance in Halkbank Sanctions-Busting Case
    The ruling marked the latest development in Halkbank's four-month standoff with the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's Office, which has charged the bank with six counts of fraud, money laundering and other sanctions-related offenses in the record-breaking scheme.
         
  • Greenfield v Farmington Hills

    Joan Greenfield v. City of Farmington Hills - Case No. 18-169707-CZ