Court errors, including the admission of testimony by two experts for a driver and passenger, marred a trial against Hyundai Motor Co. and its U.S. affiliate that resulted in a $2.2 million verdict, the Mississippi Supreme Court ruled.
In 10 years as managing partner and then U.S. CEO of Dentons, Mike McNamara helped stitch together the self-described “world’s largest law firm” by clinching a merger after it was initially rejected and championing an expansion audaciously named “Project Golden Spike.”
A Puerto Rico family got a new chance to show that a hospital owes it more than $3 million for a child’s future needs, because the amount was improperly stripped from a jury’s medical malpractice verdict, the First Circuit said.
Yvan-Claude Pierre and Travis LeBlanc led Cooley’s recruiting effort in Chicago, navigating the difficulties of meeting new people during Covid while building an office that stands out for its diversity—and pace of growth.
Generic antacid makers that were dismissed from federal multidistrict litigation alleging the drugs caused cancer and are now planning to seek to impose costs on the plaintiffs have failed to justify their request to file certain supporting materials under seal, the plaintiffs told the MDL court.
Privacy advocates and criminal defense lawyers are looking to a robbery case in a Virginia federal court as a high-profile legal test for law enforcement’s growing use of location data from Alphabet Inc.'s Google to identify suspects.