Sometimes you encounter a complaint of such breathtaking nastiness—like this beauty by Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher that evokes the movie "Jerry Maguire"—that you just have to stop and marvel.
If appellate lawyers wrote Yelp reviews, Neil Gorsuch would get five stars. At least that's the impression from lawyers who shared their memories of arguing before the Supreme Court nominee at the Tenth Circuit.
Five. That's how many wins Latham & Watkins partner Matthew Moore racked up in a single day before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit last week
It's like something out of "The Terminator." A Michigan woman who worked in an auto parts factory was killed by a robot that inexplicably left its section and came into hers, where it "hit and crushed [her] head between a hitch assembly."
For a firm that's barely two months old, litigation boutique Pierce Sergenian is making some bold projections. "I'm a bold guy," said co-founder John Pierce, a former partner at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan and Latham & Watkins, and—briefly— the co-head of litigation at K&L Gates.
Winning is great—but not if your client can't collect. Faced with a defendant who tried just about every trick to hide assets, including a bankruptcy filing, off-shore fund maneuvering and dissolution of the business, a team from Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo wouldn't take no for an answ
Beleaguered Chipotle Mexican Grill has one less thing to worry about, thanks to Kirkland & Ellis. The fast-casual restaurant chain is off the hook in a shareholder class action stemming from a rash of food poisoning outbreaks in 2015.
The legendary Hogan Lovells litigator scored a huge—and unexpected—win when a federal judge on Tuesday tossed out the jury's guilty verdict, ruling that the Justice Department did not prove its criminal case that a prominent Kentucky cardiologist defrauded the government.
Vizio got off for peanuts last month in a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, but the television maker may not be so lucky in a pending MDL.
Sometimes the best way to argue your case is to tell a story. Take the unconventional and deeply moving amicus brief that Cooley and the Transgender Law Center filed last week with the U.S. Supreme Court in Gloucester County School Board v. G.G.