SiteLock LLC got some relief Monday in a discovery dispute in its breach-of-contract lawsuit against GoDaddy.com LLC, though the federal judge overseeing the case in Arizona chastised both sides for their “unacceptable discovery brinksmanship.”
Ghislaine Maxwell can’t prevent the release of a 2016 deposition she argued would prevent her from getting a fair trial on charges that she participated in a sex-trafficking scheme with former boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein.
Bloomberg Law spoke to Dechert’s Vince Cohen Jr. about Big Law’s progress in terms of diversity and inclusion, the importance of public service and community involvement, and his experience investigating witness tampering in the Rwandan genocide trials with then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
Dialysis provider DaVita Inc. on Wednesday convinced the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit to partially revive its lawsuit accusing an Ohio hospital’s health plan of unlawfully discriminating against participants with kidney disease in an effort to encourage them to drop out of the plan and seek coverage under Medicare.
The coronavirus pandemic, not prosecutors’ failure to turn over data, delayed a securities defendant’s trial, so there’s no rights violation necessitating the case’s dismissal, a federal judge in New York said.