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April 11, 2024 | Litigation Daily

Litigators of the (Past) Week: Google Agrees to Delete User Data in 'Incognito' Browsing Privacy Settlement

Google agreed to delete billions of user records and block third parties from tracking "Incognito" mode browsing as part of a deal to resolve litigation brought by David Boies, Mark Mao and James Lee of Boies Schiller Flexner.
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The Research Found. for the State of N.Y. v. Inpria Corp.
Publication Date: 2024-04-11
Practice Area: Civil Procedure | Intellectual Property
Industry: Education
Court: U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York, U.S. - NDNY
Judge: Chief Judge Brenda K. Sannes
For plaintiff: For Plaintiff: Andrew R. Safranko, Lamarche Safranko Law PLLC, Cohoes, NY. John E. Schiltz, Susman Godfrey L.L.P., Seattle, WA. Justin A. Nelson, Susman Godfrey L.L.P., Houston, TX. Argie L. Mina, Susman Godfrey L.L.P, Los Angeles, CA. Samir Doshi, Susman Godfrey L.L.P., New York, NY.
For defendant: For Defendants: Joshua Bennett, Eric W. Dittmann, Isaac S. Ashkenazi, Paul Hastings LLP, New York, NY. Naveen Modi, Phillip W. Citroen, Paul Hastings, LLP, Washington, DC. James J. O'Shea, John G. Powers, Mary L. D'Agostino, Hancock Estabrook, LLP, Syracuse, NY.
Case number: 1:24-CV-120

Denial of Injunctive Relief Explained in Suit Over Use of SUNY RF's Intellectual Property

April 09, 2024 | The American Lawyer

An Early Look: The 2024 Am Law 200 Financials

This feed is continually updated. So bookmark it, check back regularly, and stay tuned for the Am Law 100 and Second Hundred reports coming soon.
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March 22, 2024 | Litigation Daily

Litigators of the Week: Plaintiffs Reach a $418M Market-Shifting Settlement With Realtor Group

The National Association of Realtors agreed to changes that could trim the commissions paid to agents as part of the deal reached with co-lead counsel at Ketchmark and McCreight, Boulware Law, Williams Dirks Dameron, Hagens Berman, Cohen Milstein, and Susman Godfrey.
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March 21, 2024 | National Law Journal

Big Law Takes Bigger Bet on Contingency Fee Practices

Kirkland, Crowell, Quinn and Susman Godfrey, among others, have all had financial gains from contingency fee cases. "We've seen a noticeable increase in interest in building out plaintiff side practices," said Evan Meyerson, at Burford Capital.
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March 19, 2024 | Texas Lawyer

Revenue, Profits Soar at Susman Godfrey as Fees Pour in From Trial Wins, Settlements

Houston-founded trial firm Susman Godfrey nearly doubled its revenue in 2023, and more than doubled profits per equity partner as lawyers handled high-stakes, high-profile matters.
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March 18, 2024 |

National Association of Realtors Reaches $418M Settlement to Resolve Antitrust Class Actions

"Probably the largest transaction that people will make is buying or selling a home, so for most Americans, being able to save a significant amount of money in connection with that transaction is really meaningful, and it's one of the reasons I wanted to work on this," Plaintiffs' attorney, Robert A. Braun of Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll, told
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March 14, 2024 | Daily Business Review

Lawyers Are Watching These AI-Tinged Antitrust Cases

Antitrust litigators have an eye on this emerging litigation across the country.
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Murdick Capital Mgmt. L.P. v. QuarterNorth Energy Inc.
Publication Date: 2024-03-11
Practice Area: Mergers and Acquisitions
Industry: Energy | Investments and Investment Advisory
Court: Court of Chancery
Judge: Vice Chancellor Will
For plaintiff: Bradley R. Aronstam, Roger S. Stronach, Benjamin M. Whitney, Ross Aronstam & Moritz LLP, Wilmington, DE; Jordan A. Goldstein, Lauren J. Zimmerman, Babak Ghafarzade, Selendy Gay PLLC, New York, NY for plaintiffs.
For defendant: Blake Rohrbacher, Matthew W. Murphy, John M. O’Toole, Edmond S. Kim, Spencer V. Crawford, Margaret Rockey, Richards, Layton & Finger, P.A., Wilmington, DE; Harry P. Susman, Susman Godfrey L.L.P., Houston, TX; Thomas W. Briggs, Jr., Kirk Andersen, Morris Nichols Arsht & Tunnell LLP, Wilmington, DE; Andrew K. Glenn, Glenn Agre Bergman & Fuentes LLP, New York, NY for defendants.
Case number: 2024-0106-LWW

Court declined to preliminarily enjoin invocation of drag-along rights where the invocation was not inconsistent with the terms of the proposed merger agreement or the minority securityholders' agreements and the minority could obtain monetary relief if the court ultimately found an improper invocation.

March 01, 2024 | Legaltech News

OpenAI Swings Wide in Its Motion to Dismiss NYT Copyright Suit

OpenAI hit back at the New York Times, seeking to dismiss four of its seven copyright infringement claims. Not all are convinced its arguments will carry weight.
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