An FBI agent on Monday presented emails between Martin Shkreli and former Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP partner Evan Greebel at the attorney's Brooklyn federal conspiracy trial depicting Greebel as the pharma bro's right-hand man, replete with a vulgar anatomical reference.
A former litigation associate at Dentons has pled guilty to a single misdemeanor, releasing him from felony extortion charges stemming from threats he allegedly made to release confidential materials taken from a partner’s email account while demanding the firm pay him $210,000 and hand over a piece of artwork in return.
A Native American tribe that acquired patents for Allergan’s blockbuster eye drug Restasis is sharply criticizing generic-drug makers for questioning its sovereign immunity from Patent Trial and Appeal Board proceedings, saying the attacks lack “any coherent legal theory.”
A California federal judge said Monday he’s inclined to permanently block the government from enforcing President Donald Trump’s executive order to withhold federal funds from so-called sanctuary cities, but he was reluctant to rule on a separate question of whether certain San Francisco immigration laws run afoul of federal law.
Delaware’s Supreme Court on Monday shot down as too late an investor group’s bid to weigh in on a closely watched appeal involving Walmart Corp., bribery in Mexico and the multijurisdictional fallout from stockholder derivative suit dismissals.
An activist hedge fund launched a Delaware Chancery Court lawsuit Monday seeking to force the owner of the Ugg footwear brand to hold its annual shareholders' meeting in December and deactivate expensive change-of-control protections in order to consider an alternative slate of director nominees.
A California federal court Sunday granted Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. a new trial on a $400 million award to Apple over infringed smartphone design patents, and picked a new test to calculate damages after the U.S. Supreme Court nixed its logic in the first design patent case to reach the high court in more than 120 years.
A former Chadbourne & Parke LLP partner who has come forward with gender discrimination claims against the firm could be added to a proposed class action being pursued by three other lawyers if her claims aren’t settled, a New York federal judge was told Friday.
A California-based vegetable supplier is recalling more than 20 brands of vegetables sold at major supermarkets like Trader Joe’s and Walmart across the U.S. and Canada due to a risk of listeria contamination, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said.
Bankrupt vehicle safety equipment manufacturer Takata Corp. asked a Delaware federal judge late Sunday to extend its exclusive plan filing period by 90 days so the debtor can continue to oversee its highly complex plan that requires coordination of efforts in the United States, Japan and Canada.
Authorities searched Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP's Frankfurt offices Friday in connection with a tax evasion investigation, the firm confirmed on Monday.
President Donald Trump on Monday said tax-free 401(k) contribution thresholds will not be changed as part of a push in Congress to overhaul the tax code, possibly short-circuiting a proposal by some Republican lawmakers before it even had a chance to get off the ground.
A Brooklyn federal jury on Monday convicted former HSBC executive Mark Johnson of defrauding bank client Cairn Energy PLC by scheming to trade ahead of a $3.5 billion foreign currency exchange the Scottish oil and gas developer planned and ramping up the price of British pounds sterling.
By Brandon Lowrey