A dispute over which railroad should pay the other for its $5.25 million contribution to the cleanup of a Superfund site near Ashland, Wisconsin, turned into a disagreement Friday over how to address damages and fees after their Illinois federal judge closed their case.
A Boston jury has awarded $43.1 million in damages after finding that the blame for a man’s fatal lung cancer lay with R.J. Reynolds but not with rival tobacco company Philip Morris or an auto parts firm accused of selling asbestos-laden brakes.
Innovent Biologics wants to raise as much as $422 million when it goes public in Hong Kong, scooter and bike startup Lime has talked to investors about more funding and an at least $3.3 billion valuation, and HNA Group is looking to sell consulting and technology company Pactera.
The American Guarantee & Liability Insurance Co. and Zurich American Insurance Co. asked a Texas federal court to declare that they are not responsible for covering Zachry Industrial Inc. in a $130 million arbitration it faces over allegedly shoddy construction work on the Texas State Highway 130 project.
Delta Air Lines Inc. has urged a Texas federal judge to not let Southwest Airlines Co. duck its purported contractual obligations to make accommodations for gate space at Dallas' Love Field airport, arguing that Southwest made enforceable contractual commitments at the airport where it controls most gates.
A New Jersey man alleging Uber is liable for hiring a driver who assaulted him over a ride dispute told a Pennsylvania federal court Friday that the ride-hailing giant cannot dodge blame in his negligence suit and that his amended claims are fully fleshed out.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Monday declined, for the time being, to consider whether principles of sovereign immunity infringed on the constitutional rights of two women to full compensation for injuries they suffered after being struck by public transit buses in Philadelphia.
The Third Circuit may flip its July ruling that Transportation Security Administration airport screeners accused of abusing travelers are immune to civil suits because the decision appears to flout a U.S. Supreme Court directive, experts say.
A group of drivers seeking economic damages against four car companies over the use of defective Takata Corp. air bags urged a Florida federal court on Friday not to dismiss their claims, saying they overpaid for cars they were told were safe but which in reality had a dangerous defect.
Virginia consumers have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reinstate their claims that Hyundai Motor America Inc. misrepresented the fuel economy of its Elantra cars, saying the Fourth Circuit overstepped in tossing them, since they were already preserved in broader multidistrict litigation in California being reviewed by the Ninth Circuit.
The Allstate Corp. is facing class claims in Pennsylvania state court accusing the insurer of failing to meet its statutory obligation to include sales tax in its calculation of how much it should pay in compensation for totaled vehicles.
The Patent Trial and Appeal Board has upheld two X One Inc. patents on location tracking technology, with the board finding that the claims challenged by Uber Technologies Inc. were not obvious in light of prior art.
Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies Corp. sought an injunction in Pennsylvania state court Monday to stop competitor Siemens Mobility Inc. from having access to its technology through a shared client, CSX Transportation, for whom both companies are developing an automated system for signaling and controlling trains.
Infrastructure and real estate-focused investment manager InfraRed Capital Partners closed its fourth European real estate fund after nabbing £522 million ($687 million) in equity commitments, the firm's global placement agent Atlantic-Pacific Capital said on Monday.
Macquarie Infrastructure Corp. executives misled investors by failing to disclose that the company relied heavily on the demand for an oil product put at risk by industrywide changes, according to a derivative suit filed in New York federal court on Friday.
Energy issues will dominate the ballot box in Colorado this fall as voters weigh a proposal that the oil and gas industry warns could stymie new development in the state and an opposing initiative that public officials fear could handcuff state and local oversight of the sector. Tomorrow, Law360 will take a look at four other energy proposals on the ballots for Western-state voters.
While women have made significant inroads into the elite world of U.S. Supreme Court advocacy, last term the number of women arguing at the court hit a decade low. Was it an off year? Or a sign of progress stalled?
In exclusive on-camera interviews with Law360, the most prolific female U.S. Supreme Court advocate of the past decade and a first-timer reflect on the status of women in a field still dominated by men.
The last week has seen Deutsche Bank sue an Italian wealth management bank, several hotels lodge competition claims against Visa and MasterCard and the 200-year-old company behind British bank notes bring a pensions action against HSF. Here, Law360 looks at those and other new claims in the U.K.
Fiat Chrysler is selling cars it says are Bluetooth-compatible and is using the Bluetooth name in its marketing efforts without the tech company’s permission, according to a suit filed Thursday in Washington federal court.
The ever-expanding sharing economy operates within the framework of an insurance industry that is constantly adapting to new technologies and risks. Collaboration between traditional carriers and innovators will lead to more participants for platforms and more customers for carriers, says Alexandra Fernandez of Zelle LLP.
President Donald Trump issued an executive order this month authorizing new sanctions against parties determined to have interfered in U.S. elections. In the event more sanctions are imposed, the number of sanctions targets could increase significantly, placing additional importance on screening of transaction parties and their ownership structures, say attorneys at White & Case LLP.
Much time and attention have been focused on improving lawyers' abilities to communicate with and persuade juries in complex trials. But it is equally important to equip and prepare jurors to become better students in the courtroom, say attorneys with DLA Piper and Litstrat Inc.
While in-house technology investments on the scale and complexity needed to compete with large firms remain cost prohibitive for small and midsize law firms, cloud-based services offer significant cost savings and productivity gains with little to no capital investment, says Holly Urban of Effortless Legal LLC.
With the Milbank/Cravath pay scale once again equalizing compensation at many Am Law 100 firms, there is even more pressure for firms to differentiate themselves to top lateral associate candidates. This presents strategic considerations for both law firms and lateral candidates throughout the recruitment process, says Darin Morgan of Major Lindsey & Africa.
In this series featuring law school luminaries, Stanford Law School professor Jeffrey Fisher discusses his motivation for teaching, arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court and what the court might look like if Judge Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed.
Two recent decisions from the Third Circuit — Delaware Riverkeeper and Township of Bordentown — indicate that resolving questions related to state appeals of pipeline project permits will ultimately turn on the particulars of the state administrative process, say Deidre Duncan and Clare Ellis of Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP.
The product liability regimes related to driverless cars in various European countries remain far from harmonized, and lawmakers trail behind the fast-moving reality. As the European Commission works to update the European Product Liability Directive, evolving legal definitions of "producer," "product" and "defect" will be vital for the industry, say attorneys with Jones Day.
The first comprehensive overhaul of California's Rules of Professional Conduct in nearly 30 years becomes operational on Nov. 1. Some of the new rules mirror the model language used by the American Bar Association, but many continue to reflect California’s unique approach to certain ethical questions, says Mark Loeterman of Signature Resolution LLC.
The House and Senate are entering their respective final runs before the November midterm elections. The most pressing items of business are funding the government and the pending Senate confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. But several lower-profile issues remain as well — including a Republican push for further tax reform, says Layth Elhassani of Covington & Burling LLP.