A U.K. court's ruling in NT1 v. Google and NT2 v. Google underscored how right to be forgotten determinations are unique to each individual case and country, and may likely change under the GDPR.
The decision to close its office comes after its only full-time lawyer in San Francisco left the firm to move to New York.
A special master, appointed by Judge Lucy Koh, was highly critical of a legal fee request in a $115 million settlement of data breach litigation against Anthem.
New data from Netsparker indicates that when it comes to preparing for the new EU privacy law, not all industries are created equal.
Management-side and antitrust lawyers are looking for enforcement clues about how the US Justice Department will approach no-poach agreements between companies.
On March 22, the Pennsylvania Department of Health (the department) announced it will begin accepting applications for medical marijuana dispensary and grower/processor permits as early as April. During this second round, the department will issue 13 additional permits to grow and process medical marijuana, and 23 dispensary permits. Completed applications must be postmarked no later than May 17.
InfiLaw Corp.'s problematic admissions practices had already been disclosed in news stories and blog posts before plaintiff Barbara Bernier filed her qui tam suit in 2016, a Florida judge ruled.
A Texas appeals court has overturned $150,000 in sanctions, remanded for reconsideration an award of $375,383 in attorney fees, and vacated nonmonetary sanctions imposed by the trial judge on the operator of website purportedly aimed at stamping online bullying and other more lurid practices.
The Federal Circuit backed U.S. District Judge Beth Labson Freeman's finding that Merck's business and litigation misconduct justified unwinding the verdict.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has rejected an appeal by a man injured at a ski resort in the Allegheny Mountains, ruling in a case of first impression that wheel ruts on a ski slope are an inherent risk associated with the activity of downhill skiing.
New York-based Ted Rosen was co-chair of Fox Rothschild's private equity group.
As headlines over sanctions and tariffs multiply, Hughes Hubbard partners F. Amanda DeBusk and Melissa Duffy are moving their practices to Dechert in D.C.
The U.S. Department of Labor is suing New London-based Care At Home LLC for allegedly not paying...
Under New Jersey law, certain principles of contract interpretation may limit or undermine no-damages-for-delay provisions, and some conduct may nullify even the most well-drafted clauses.
“The best answer for me, having given it some thought, is that I shouldn't announce that, the U.S. attorney general said in testimony Wednesday about whether he had recused in the probe of Trump lawyer Michael Cohen.
A Pennsylvania court has upheld a decision of the Unemployment Compensation Board of Review denying unemployment compensation benefits to a claimant who did not notify his employer of his arrest until nearly 24 hours after his release from jail.
The court, in a unanimous ruling released Tuesday, said permanently barring juvenile offenders from even seeking relief is punitive, especially since adult offenders may so petition a court after 15 years of a clean record.
This is the second lawsuit filed over tower cranes that collapsed during the hurricane.
In which our columnist ponders the sentiment conveyed by appellate lawyers who say "Your Honor, an argument could be made that . . ."
Goodwin Procter, a firm on a growth surge, has added two more partners to its ranks in two cities.
After Tuesday's ruling in SAS Institute v. Iancu, petitioners face a higher risk of getting a final written decisions finding challenged patent claims valid, leaving them estopped from fighting in district court.
On whether real estate lawyers must advise clients on the importance of homeowner's insurance, Judges Jack Sabatino, Mitchel Ostrer and Lisa Rose said, "No legal ethics opinion or published case law to date has pronounced whether or not such duties exists."
Articles on construction delays, contractor disputes, and a possible plan for improving the country's infrastructure.
The SEC fined Altaba, formerly known as Yahoo! Inc., $35 million to settle charges that it misled shareholders by failing to disclose a massive data breach in 2014.
An Albany County town justice who is facing grand larceny charges for participating in a scheme to steal $4 million from a trust fund that he oversaw has agreed to resign from the bench.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo fired a shot across the bow at federal immigration authorities on Wednesday, threatening legal action to curtail aggressive tactics by agents that he says have infringed on...
The Harvard Law School lecturer and co-host of the First Mondays podcast created a huge uproar when he tweeted that Munger Tolles & Olson required that summer associates agree to arbitration in their employment contracts.
Djaha, who joined Ropes & Gray as a lateral partner in 2009, will assume his new role in 2020. The announcement comes a few months after Ropes & Gray named partner Julie Jones the firm's chair-elect. She, too, will assume her new role in 2020.