MediaMath will be moving its headquarters downtown to 4 World Trade Center. The global technology firm has signed a 15-year lease with Silverstein Properties Inc. for 106,000 square feet.
Scott E. Mollen, a partner at Herrick, Feinstein and an adjunct professor at St. John's University School of Law, reviews three cases: “Matter of Board of Managers of the Plaza Condominium v. The New York City Dept. of Transportation,” where the city's placement of a Citibank bike share station across from The Plaza Hotel was upheld, “Supreme Co. I, v. Moylan,” where a summary proceeding based on nuisance relating to bed bug infestation was dismissed, and “MKC-S v. Laura Realty,” where it was held that a foreign corporation was "doing business" by "acting as a sub-landlord.
Attorneys seeking punitive damages against drivers who were talking on their cellphones at the time of an accident need to show a little more than just cellphone use, attorneys who spoke with the said.
Delaware Supreme Court Justice Randy J. Holland was selected to receive the Lewis F. Powell Jr. Award for Professionalism and Ethics by the American Inns of Court.
Adam V. Orlacchio of Blank Rome was elected secretary of the litigation section of the Delaware State Bar Association.
In their International Criminal Law and Enforcement column, Nicholas M. DeFeis and Philip C. Patterson of De Feis O'Connell & Rose, write about the authority of the Justice Department to compel a domestic corporation to produce emails stored on an overseas server.
The feud between the founder of the popular Grotto Pizza chain and retired federal Judge Joseph J. Farnan Jr. has expanded from the Delaware Superior Court to the Court of Chancery.
A Southern District judge has ordered partners in a law firm he sanctioned to attend a legal education program, after one of the attorneys improperly removed a suit from state to federal court.
Connecticut employers inevitably will face litigation as medical marijuana use collides with substance abuse and employment policies.
Three years after bringing a constitutional challenge to New Jersey's ban on law firm ownership by non-attorneys, Jacoby & Meyers has voluntarily dismissed its case.