Litigating against IBM Corp. over its sales-commission practices has been tough, but “it’s been fun,” plaintiffs’ counsel Matthew E. Lee, a partner at Whitfield Bryson LLP in Raleigh, tells Bloomberg Law.
Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite fighting sex-trafficking charges in the U.S., persuaded a federal appeals court in Manhattan to temporarily halt the release of sworn testimony she gave in April 2016 in a civil case.
The Department of Defense has unreasonably delayed deciding whether to make certain employees available to 3M Co. for depositions in litigation over allegedly defective military earplugs, a federal magistrate judge said in a recommendation that it respond to the requests.
The wiretap evidence against a defendant convicted on drug charges didn’t need to be suppressed, even though the orders under which it was collected didn’t fully comply with statutory requirements, the Fourth Circuit said Friday.
Attorneys for Facebook Inc. said Friday that they can’t comply with what they consider to be overly broad discovery requests in a class action about privacy issues that was brought in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.