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    Ex-Berkeley Law Dean Loses Bid To Halt Disciplinary Actions

    A California federal judge on Wednesday refused to halt sexual harassment disciplinary proceedings of the former University of California, Berkeley School of Law dean who is suing the school for discrimination, saying the court doesn't have a strong...

    Boxing Promoter Says Manager Can't Toss Antitrust Claims

    Boxing company Golden Boy Promotions LLC hit back Wednesday against Floyd Mayweather manager Alan Haymon’s motion to end an antitrust suit against him, saying it has adequate evidence that Haymon had acted to lock out competition. ...read more

    Boxing Promoter Says Manager Can't Toss Antitrust Claims

    Boxing company Golden Boy Promotions LLC hit back Wednesday against Floyd Mayweather manager Alan Haymon’s motion to end an antitrust suit against him, saying it has adequate evidence that Haymon had acted to lock out competition. ...read more

    Boxing Promoter Says Manager Can't Toss Antitrust Claims

    Boxing company Golden Boy Promotions LLC hit back Wednesday against Floyd Mayweather manager Alan Haymon’s motion to end an antitrust suit against him, saying it has adequate evidence that Haymon had acted to lock out competition. ...read more

    SEC Tells Jury Evidence Shows InterMune Exec Tipped Pal

    The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission told a California federal jury in closing arguments Wednesday that an “avalanche of coincidences” proved an InterMune employee tipped off his friend about an impending drug approval, while the friend’s...

    BigLaw Reacts To Trump's Election To The White House

    Donald J. Trump has captured the U.S. presidency, bringing with him a promise of change. Law360 asked attorneys how they think a Trump presidency may impact the regulatory landscape and what it will mean for their practices and their clients. ...read...

    BigLaw Reacts To Trump's Election To The White House

    Donald J. Trump has captured the U.S. presidency, bringing with him a promise of change. Law360 asked attorneys how they think a Trump presidency may impact the regulatory landscape and what it will mean for their practices and their clients. ...read...

    BigLaw Reacts To Donald Trump's Election To The White House

    Donald J. Trump has captured the U.S. presidency, bringing with him a promise of change. Law360 asked attorneys how they think a Trump presidency may impact the regulatory landscape and what it will mean for their practices and their clients. ...read...

    BigLaw Reacts To Donald Trump's Election To The White House

    Donald J. Trump has captured the U.S. presidency, bringing with him a promise of change. Law360 asked attorneys how they think a Trump presidency may impact the regulatory landscape and what it will mean for their practices and their clients. ...read...

    BigLaw Reacts To Donald Trump's Election To The White House

    Donald J. Trump has captured the U.S. presidency, bringing with him a promise of change. Law360 asked attorneys how they think a Trump presidency may impact the regulatory landscape and what it will mean for their practices and their clients. ...read...

    Rimini Street Can't Pause Injunction In Oracle Copyright Suit

    A Nevada federal judge on Wednesday denied a bid by Rimini Street for the court to pause a permanent order that it not infringe Oracle’s copyrighted programs as it challenges the matter before the Ninth Circuit in a $123.9 million case. ...read...

    Fla. Court Tosses Challenge To Miami Boat Show Docks

    A Florida appeals court on Wednesday upheld the dismissal of the Village of Key Biscayne's attempt to challenge the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's permit for the Greater Miami International Boat Show, ruling that the village...

    State Minimum Wage Proposals Could Spike Under Trump

    Lost in the midst of President-elect Donald Trump’s astonishing electoral victory Tuesday night were a handful of state ballot initiatives that resoundingly increased minimum wages and expanded the availability of paid sick leave, a trend that experts...

    NFL Fan Wants 3rd Circ. To Reconsider Super Bowl Ticket Suit

    An NFL fan who says the league inflated secondary market prices for tickets to Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium by failing to offer enough for sale to the general public as required by New Jersey law is again taking his case to the Third Circuit after...

    LabMD, FTC Data Security Battle Heads To Small Screen

    A television series based on the long-standing rift between LabMD and the Federal Trade Commission over the leak of a patient data file — a dust-up that has featured an array of legal twists and turns as well as a congressional probe — is...

    LabMD, FTC Data Security Battle Heads To Small Screen

    A television series based on the long-standing rift between LabMD and the Federal Trade Commission over the leak of a patient data file — a dust-up that has featured an array of legal twists and turns as well as a congressional probe — is...

    Del. Chancellor Rips Lawsuit Against Him Over Ruling

    The chief judge of Delaware’s Chancery Court fired back at a TransPerfect Global Inc. employee who sued him in New York federal court, saying the case is meritless, disturbing and an attempt to intimidate him in retaliation for his ordering the...

    Del. Chancellor Rips Lawsuit Against Him Over Ruling

    The chief judge of Delaware’s Chancery Court fired back at a TransPerfect Global Inc. employee who sued him in New York federal court, saying the case is meritless, disturbing and an attempt to intimidate him in retaliation for his ordering the...

    U.S. Bank Can't Kill $6.7B RMBS Class Action Yet, Judge Says

    Royal Park Investments’ $6.7 billion proposed class action alleging U.S. Bank failed to warn investors about soured residential mortgage-backed securities may be dismissed eventually, but it isn’t over yet, a New York federal judge ruled Wednesday...

    U.S. Bank Can't Kill $6.7B RMBS Class Action Yet, Judge Says

    Royal Park Investments’ $6.7 billion proposed class action alleging U.S. Bank failed to warn investors about soured residential mortgage-backed securities may be dismissed eventually, but it isn’t over yet, a New York federal judge ruled Wednesday...

    5 Transportation Ballot Measures Voters Gave A Green Light

    American voters strongly backed boosting investments in transportation infrastructure at the state and local level on Tuesday, signing off on ballot initiatives in California, Illinois, New Jersey and elsewhere to ensure funding for mass transit and other...

    5 Transportation Ballot Measures Voters Gave A Green Light

    American voters strongly backed boosting investments in transportation infrastructure at the state and local level on Tuesday, signing off on ballot initiatives in California, Illinois, New Jersey and elsewhere to ensure funding for mass transit and other...

    5 Transportation Ballot Measures Voters Gave A Green Light

    American voters strongly backed boosting investments in transportation infrastructure at the state and local level on Tuesday, signing off on ballot initiatives in California, Illinois, New Jersey and elsewhere to ensure funding for mass transit and other...

    5 Transportation Ballot Measures Voters Gave A Green Light

    American voters strongly backed boosting investments in transportation infrastructure at the state and local level on Tuesday, signing off on ballot initiatives in California, Illinois, New Jersey and elsewhere to ensure funding for mass transit and other...

    NJ Gambles On State Takeover Of Broke Atlantic City

    New Jersey officials signed off Wednesday on a state takeover of Atlantic City, stripping the struggling resort town of major decision-making powers after a state agency rejected the city's financial recovery plan. ...read more