Opioid Litigation: A Class of Its OwnRead more
Deaths caused by opioids—both legal and illegal—have been rising since the 1990s, wreaking havoc on communities across the United...March 3, 20201
Cartel Leniency Following the Wind of ChangeRead more
On July 11 of this year, the Assistant Attorney General of the Department of Justice Antitrust Division, Makan Delrahim,...
California Climate Lawsuit Highlights Risks of an Overzealous Litigation StrategyRead more
Stating exaggerated claims at the beginning of a lawsuit can be a standard practice in litigation; however, a recent...
One Constant in a Series of Changes: State Courts Retain Jurisdiction over Securities Act Claims after Cyan v. Beaver CountyRead more
The Wall Street Crash of 1929 brought about significant financial market reform. One of those reforms still in effect...
Lawsuits Against Pfizer DismissedRead more
Pfizer Inc. is one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies and is one of the thirty companies used...
Ruling in Starbucks v. Simon Properties Dispute could Flavor Terms of Future Lease AgreementsRead more
As shopping malls struggle with declining sales and increasing vacancy rates, one of the nation’s largest mall operators, Simon...
Corruption Scandal in College BasketballRead more
In the sportswear industry, Nike is the main player, but well-known competitors Adidas, Under Armour, and others are constantly...
Matal v. Tam: The Future of Disparaging and Scandalous TrademarksRead more
Trademarks are ubiquitous in the everyday lives of countless consumers. Indeed, some consumers have little difficulty drawing big brand...
Life Sciences Firms at Risk of Strike Suits?Read more
In recent years, the life science industry has been a primary target for securities fraud class action lawsuits as...
Sound Recording Feedback: Efficiency NoiseRead more
In my prior post, I argued that the limited nature of the sound recording copyright has had adverse effects...