Antitrust Law

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

Antitrust Law

Airline merger deal OK’d by Justice Department

Entertainment & Sports Law

Class ruling in players’ suit against the NCAA is a split victory

Opening Statements

Hearsay

Trials & Litigation

Federal judges urged by DOJ lawyers to stay civil cases because of government shutdown

U.S. Supreme Court

Should Mississippi AG’s suit against LCD makers be heard in state court? SCOTUS to decide