By: Robert B. Pringle and Paul R. Griffin
Although the trend has changed over the last several decades, federal courts
have traditionally been reluctant to grant summary judgment in antitrust cases.
In Poller v. Columbia Broadcasting System, Incorporated...
Just because an expert says something is so doesn't mean that it is. That's the lesson of Judge Gale's ruling last week in Carter v. Clements Walker . He rejected the evidentiary value of an expert's report stating that Plaintiff's...
WaveDivision Holdings LLC v. Highland Capital Management, L.P., et al. , No. 649,2011 (Del. Supr., July 19, 2012).
Issue Presented :
Whether the Superior Court properly granted summary judgment in favor of defendant note holders and senior lenders...
Persistence can be a valuable quality, but when it leads to an unjustified refusal to give up a questionable case, the party suffering from persistency can get socked with attorneys' fees. That was the result in Judge Gale's Order on Tuesday in...
A U.S. district judge in Virginia has ruled that a restaurant chain operator is liable for breach of contract
and is obligated to pay a franchise consulting company for sales and marketing
services that the consultant performed for the chain under...