The liquidators of the entity at the center of a dispute between bankrupt cryptocurrency players FTX and BlockFi Inc. over $590 million in stock filed for Chapter 11 protection Friday in Delaware bankruptcy court, saying it was the best way to handle the competing claims to its assets.
The Office of the United States Trustee intends to call John J. Ray III, the new CEO of bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX Trading Ltd., to testify as part of its bid to have an examiner appointed to investigate the company's downfall last year, which saw tens of billions of dollars in value evaporate over the course of eight days.
Nimitz Technologies — an alleged stalking horse for so-called patent troll IP Edge — plans on going to the U.S. Supreme Court to fight a Delaware federal judge's headline-grabbing "inquisition" into its business practices, asking an appeals court to freeze that investigation until it files with the justices.
Bacardi Ltd. has agreed to buy out a portion of Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter's stake in their joint cognac venture, ending a bitter legal fight that spanned multiple arbitrations and court cases in both New York and Delaware.
Riverside Management Group LLC wants the Delaware Chancery Court to order Faraday Future Intelligent Electric Inc. to cover its legal costs in connection with a lawsuit over a 2021 merger with a special purpose acquisition company that took the electric vehicle company public.
An attorney for Masimo Corp. urged a Delaware vice chancellor Friday to dismiss some of a hedge fund investor's suit challenging the medical monitoring device company's change-of-control and poison pill protections, branding the arguments in part as unfounded and time-barred.
A special-purpose acquisition company filed suit against a series of entities affiliated with a Philippines-based casino and luxury resort, telling a Delaware court the companies are dragging their feet while closing a $2.6 billion merger in an effort to tank the deal.
Five investors suing former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried and others over the recent collapse of the now-bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange have asked a California federal judge to consolidate their proposed class actions and appoint Edelson PC, Kaplan Fox & Kilsheimer LLP and Pomerantz LLP as interim co-lead class and trial counsel.
Bennett Rawicki at Hilgers Graben proposes the preliminary legal opinion procedure — seeking a court's opinion on a disputed legal standard at the outset, rather than the close, of discovery — as a useful resource-preservation tool for legally complex, discovery-intensive litigation.
The American Bar Association's policymaking body on Monday rejected a proposal that would make it optional for accredited law schools to use standardized test scores in their admissions processes.
The American Bar Association's policymaking body on Monday pushed the U.S. Supreme Court to adopt an ethics code for its justices, a proposal that comes in the wake of ethics questions surrounding Justice Clarence Thomas and comments made by his wife.
A veteran health care attorney is taking over as firmwide managing partner of Fox Rothschild LLP as part of a series of leadership changes at the Pennsylvania-based powerhouse firm, it announced Monday.
Resigned New York Chief Judge Janet DiFiore and acting Chief Judge Anthony Cannataro appear to have underreported their compensation to state tax authorities by failing to declare any personal use of their full-time chauffeured cars in 2022, a Law360 investigation has found.
A California federal magistrate judge entered a not guilty plea Monday for disgraced former attorney Tom Girardi on behalf of the court, pending a competency hearing to determine his ability to face wire fraud charges connected to his alleged theft of millions from clients of his former firm, Girardi Keese.
Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp. on Monday said it has partially pulled back its policy of prohibiting attorneys whose firms are engaged in litigation against the company from entering its venues, noting the updated guidelines only affect litigation involving its majority interest in Tao Group Hospitality.
OpenSky Industries must pay VLSI Technology's attorney fees after its abuse of the patent system drew the latter company into sanctions proceedings, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Director Kathi Vidal has ruled.
The court-appointed receiver in a lawsuit against an attorney shot by FBI agents has asked a Nevada federal judge to let Levine Kellogg Lehman Schneider & Grossman LLP investigate and possibly sue Wells Fargo Bank NA over claims the bank helped run a $449 million Ponzi scheme he allegedly participated in.
A former Wall Street Journal reporter waited too long to file a lawsuit in which he accuses Dechert LLP and its partners of hacking into his email account and leaking his inappropriate communications with a source, the law firm has argued in D.C. federal court.
Former U.S. Rep. Ron Kind has joined Arnold & Porter's lobbying practice in Washington as a senior policy adviser after 26 years in Congress, the firm said Monday.
Bacardi and Jay-Z finally clinked glasses and resolved their long-running dispute over D'Usse cognac, a 72-year-old rule on judicial appointments got tossed, and three more electric vehicle companies asked the court to retroactively validate shares.