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The European Union's competition watchdog fined Qualcomm €242 million ($272 million) Thursday for abusing its dominance by selling chipsets below cost to force a rival chipmaker out of the market, the latest antitrust setback for the technology giant.
Washington, D.C.-based patent prosecution firm Bookoff McAndrews LLP is this year’s best midsize law firm to work for, according to Vault.com’s annual rankings released Wednesday.
As Kirkland & Ellis LLP looks to take on significantly more contingency fee-based lawsuits for plaintiffs, industry experts say the behemoth law firm’s decision to put cold, hard cash on the table and bet on its ability to win may pay off big, but it’s not without risk.
One New Jersey judge has stepped down from the bench and another may be leaving amid harsh professional and public criticism over their comments in separate sexual assault cases, according to state Supreme Court orders released Wednesday.
A California federal judge will order the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and another federal agency to hand over documents related to criminal charges against Theranos Inc.’s former CEO Elizabeth Holmes, while Holmes pressed the court for emails between the government and media about the defunct blood-testing startup.
The public gulf between the Federal Trade Commission and the rest of the Trump administration widened dramatically Tuesday when the U.S. Departments of Defense and Energy joined the Justice Department to voice direct opposition to the FTC's antitrust win against Qualcomm.
Sherwin-Williams, ConAgra and a third paint maker have agreed to pay $305 million to clear up a suit brought nearly two decades ago by 10 California counties and cities blaming the companies for the negative impacts of the widespread use of lead paint in the Golden State.
The National Labor Relations Board's top attorney has asked the board to reverse an agency judge's ruling that an electrical workers' union didn't violate federal labor law by erecting an inflatable rat outside a Philadelphia hotel, teeing up a possible shift by the board's Republican majority on unions' protest rights.
The Boeing Co. is dedicating $50 million to families of victims of the Lion Air Flight 610 and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crashes and has retained Kenneth Feinberg and Camille Biros of Feinberg Law Offices to oversee and administer the fund, the company said Wednesday.
A recent shift in U.S. Department of Justice thinking may inspire companies to boost their white collar antitrust compliance programs, as the Antitrust Division will now consider the monitoring programs when deciding whether to file criminal charges against businesses.