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Fish & Richardson PC principals have voted for John C. Adkisson to take over as the president and CEO of the nation's largest intellectual property firm, but that doesn’t mean he’s about to give up his biosimilar-focused patent litigation practice.
Two top Facebook executives testified during a bench trial Friday that the social media giant struggled to compete with Google in 2010, when the IRS claims it undervalued its intangible property by billions, contributing to Facebook's revenue shortfall three years later.
When John Crabb Jr. appeared before the federal judge set to sentence Roger Stone on Thursday, the case's top prosecutor made a string of striking arguments that flew in the face of the U.S. Department of Justice's official line.
Democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg said Friday that his eponymous company will stop using nondisclosure agreements in settlements resolving sexual misconduct claims and that three women who accused him of making inappropriate remarks will be allowed to speak publicly if they wish.
Conde Nast is abandoning nondisclosure agreements that muzzle workers from speaking out about discrimination, harassment or retaliation, saying Friday it will not enter into such agreements going forward.
Players on the U.S. Women's National Team have urged a California federal judge to grant them a win in their gender discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation, disclosing they are seeking over $66.7 million in damages and arguing now-public collective bargaining agreements prove a disparity in pay.
Uber must face a $1 billion trade secrets lawsuit after a San Francisco jury handed down a verdict Friday finding that an inventor timely brought his claim that the ride-hailing giant and its founder stole his business concept.
The jurors in Harvey Weinstein’s New York sexual assault trial strongly suggested Friday they were deadlocked on the top charge of predatory sexual assault but united on three other rape and sexual assault counts.
Massachusetts' top securities cop sharply criticized U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission broker standards as he announced Friday that the Bay State will implement its own conduct rules that are stricter than those set forth by the federal government.
A California federal judge denied a motion to disqualify him from overseeing the first U.S. trial over Volkswagen's "clean diesel" emissions scandal set to begin on Monday, saying Friday the drivers’ bid was a delay tactic and failed to show the required degree of favoritism or antagonism to justify disqualification.