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By Jacqueline Thomsen | October 22, 2021
"What we are going to do in this trial is bring all of that to the surface so people can see what really happened, they can see the degree of planning and intentionality that resulted in those events," said Paul Weiss' Karen Dunn.
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By Melea VanOstrand | October 22, 2021
"They are not required to take what is a pair of blue jeans and try to turn it into a tuxedo," the judge said. "They bargained for a tuxedo, they paid for a tuxedo, and they are entitled to rip up this pair of blue jeans they got and lay a proper tuxedo, period."
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By Tom McParland | Jane Wester | October 22, 2021
Prosecutors from the Manhattan U.S. Attorney's Office told the jury that Parnas and his former business partner, Igor Fruman, had flaunted their ties to the former NYC mayor and personal lawyer to then-President Donald Trump, in launching a cannabis business.
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By Dylan Jackson | October 22, 2021
Willkie Farr & Gallagher entertainment partner Alex Weingarten left his former firm Venable in September to launch Willkie's new Los Angeles office.
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By Cedra Mayfield | October 22, 2021
"This is also a problem that continues to evolve because we do add additional emoji every year," said attorney and electronic discovery expert Matthew Verga.
4 minute read
By Christine Schiffner | October 22, 2021
The self-driving car revolution could have a significant impact on plaintiffs firms if bread-and-butter crash-related personal injury cases dry up.
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By Ben Rubinowitz and Evan Torgan | October 22, 2021
In this edition of their Trial Advocacy column, Ben Rubinowitz and Evan Torgan explore issues which may arise during client intake and witness preparation, as well as the duty to correct potentially false testimony.
17 minute read
By ALM Staff | October 22, 2021
This suit was surfaced by Law.com Radar. Read the complaint here.
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By Ross Todd | October 22, 2021
A team led by Michael Rhodes at Cooley and Lauren Goldman at Mayer Brown fought off a $400 million claim at trial in an ownership dispute brought by a Hawaii partnership that hired Luckey to build a prototype of a head-mounted 3D camera around the same time he was developing the first version of the popular Rift virtual reality gaming headset.
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