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David Lat posted an article on the legal industry blog Above the Law yesterday that caught my eye. Lat’s post, entitled Benchslap of the Day: Second Circuit Rebukes Rakoff, discusses the Second Circuit Court of Appeals’ per curium decision granting a stay pending the appeal of the...
Another day, another way to move video to the Internet . . . and another set of lawsuits. Welcome to the latest bout in the Alternate Video Delivery System Smackdown Series. In this corner, the upstart challenger, Aereo (formerly known as Bamboom Labs, Inc.); in that corner, pretty much every...
From the Judge's Ruling Yesterday, Wilpons Will Battle Picard at Trial - Where are the Sales of Minority Mets Interests? - Installment 70
(Michael J. Kline, Esq., the author of this entry and a co-author of this blog, is a partner with Fox Rothschild LLP, based in our Princeton, NJ office, and is a past Chair of the firm's Corporate Department. He concentrates his practice in the areas of corporate, securities, and health law, and...
Alison Frankel, whose On the Case blog is featured in the Thomson Reuters News and Insight section, posted this interesting article today discussing a novel alternative to the class action as a device to resolve mass disputes. The procedural device in question is Article 77 of the New York State...
This morning, the Supreme Court declined to hear two cases that raise a conflict among the circuits about whether the First Amendment protects government employees who refuse to make false statements. The Court denied petitions for certiorari by David Bowie, a former official of the District...