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  • April 20, 2018

    Boeing Passenger Wins $1.5M Verdict In Midair Hole Trial

    A Costa Rican woman won a $1.5 million jury verdict for emotional and physical injuries she said she suffered after a harrowing 2010 flight during which a two-foot hole opened up in a Boeing plane at 32,000 feet, according to a judgment entered late Thursday in Massachusetts federal court. 

  • April 20, 2018

    Rule 23 Changes: Avoid Delays In Class Settlement Approval

    Among the proposed amendments to Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which are scheduled to take effect Dec. 1, 2018, are specific requirements related to “front-loading.” They outline the process for seeking preliminary court approval of class action settlements and related notice plans, say Shandarese Garr and Niki Mendoza of Garden City Group LLC.

  • April 20, 2018

    The Big Picture: DOJ's Bid To Halt AT&T's Time Warner Deal

    Antitrust legal eyes are glued to the first U.S. Department of Justice court challenge to a purely vertical merger since the 1970s, a deal AT&T and Time Warner say they need just to stay competitive but which the government says will drive up consumers' TV bills by hundreds of millions of dollars. Here, Law360 looks at how we got here, the key issues to watch and the highlights of the trial so far. 

  • April 20, 2018

    Trespass By Fracking: Pennsylvania Court Weighs In

    Reversing a lower court's motion for summary judgment, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania recently held that trespass and conversion claims arising from a hydraulic fracturing operation are not precluded by the rule of capture. The case raises unsettling questions for oil and gas operators, say L. Poe Leggette and Jasper Mason of BakerHostetler.

  • April 19, 2018

    AT&T-Time Warner Judge Returns To Deal's Arbitration Offer

    The D.C. federal judge overseeing the U.S. Department of Justice challenge to AT&T’s proposed $85 billion Time Warner purchase again asked Thursday about an arbitration offer key to defense efforts to appease government antitrust concerns, wanting to know what AT&T’s CEO envisions after that offer expires.

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