Antitrust Law

Antitrust Law

After last-minute lead plaintiff substitution, iPod users seek $350M at trial and get zilch

Civil Procedure

Judge boots lead plaintiff in $350M case at trial against Apple, orders counsel to find a substitute

Antitrust Law

Does $350M case at trial against Apple have a lead plaintiff? Judge hasn’t yet ruled

Antitrust Law

Uh-oh. Did lead plaintiffs seeking $350M in Apple trial purchase iPods as required?

Antitrust Law

Plaintiffs are seeking $1B in Apple trial over software that required iTunes to be played on iPods

First Amendment

Google wins SLAPP motion, has constitutional right to list search results as it wishes

Entertainment & Sports Law

Clippers sale is completed as Donald Sterling files challenge with appeals court

Entertainment & Sports Law

Judge rules ban on payments to college athletes is an antitrust violation

Trials & Litigation

State AG sues 2 foreclosure law firms; one agrees to pay $10M and sell or close down

Antitrust Law

Apple OKs high-low settlement of as little as zero and as much as $400M in e-book price-fixing case

Legal Technology

Solo lawyer says someone hijacked her bar number for rogue legal filing in high-profile federal case

Legal Technology

LegalZoom hits a legal hurdle in North Carolina

Entertainment & Sports Law

NBA owner Donald Sterling suspended for life, and experts say his legal options are limited

Antitrust Law

Apple, Google settle in claimed conspiracy to put a lid on tech salaries; workers had sought $3B

Entertainment & Sports Law

New antitrust suit against NCAA says players’ compensation caps should be lifted

Antitrust Law

Longtime supplier sues Trader Joe’s over claimed peanut-butter-filled pretzel monopoly

Media and Communications Law

2nd Circuit puts court-appointed monitor back to work in Apple e-book case but limits his duties

Trials & Litigation

Federal judge rebukes Apple for its conduct to court-appointed monitor, defends his $1K hourly rate

Trials & Litigation

Apple feuds with court-appointed BigLaw monitor over his access, firm’s 2-week $138K bill

Legal Marketing

Law firm’s exclusive bus-advertising contracts don’t appear to violate antitrust law, judge rules