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Flonase Antitrust Suits Refused to be Dismissed by Federal Judge A suit filed for a trio of anti trust by Glaxo Smith Kline has been upheld by a Senior U.S. District Judge Anita B. Brody without giving importance to the arguments by GSK lawyers. The claim of the Plaintiffs is…>read more

No Comment June 9, 2011

New Candidates Vying for Ninth Circuit Opening There are several new candidates who want the job as a member of the 9th Circuit Court. There are six judges and lawyers who want the job previously held by law professor Goodwin Liu. It will be interesting to see…>read more

No Comment June 9, 2011

Law firms that backed John Edwards in 2008 John Edwards was the one to have received the biggest legal donations to his 2008 presidential run and about 62% of these donations have come from the legal industry, as reported The National Law Journal, a sibling publication of The…>read more

No Comment June 9, 2011

Supreme Court asks 3rd circuit to reconsider decision After ten days the U.S Supreme Court upheld the Legal Arizona Workers Act. It penalizes employers who knowingly hire unauthorized foreign workers, since knowingly hiring unauthorized foreign workers is against the law. On Monday, Justices ordered that the 3rd circuit…>read more

No Comment June 9, 2011

Law School Applications for Kansas University School of Law Drop by Nearly 23 Percent A report issued by Lawrence Journal World stated that Kansas University has experienced a drop of 23 percent in its law school applications, which is far more than the expected dip of 20 percent predicted earlier this year. The Dean…>read more

No Comment June 8, 2011

Howrey Looking to Convert from Chapter 7 Liquidation to Chapter 11 Bankruptcy In a statement released in Am Law Daily, the Howrey law firm’s lead bankruptcy counsel, H. Jason Gold, has said that the firm is seeking to convert to a voluntary chapter 11 bankruptcy from the involuntary Chapter 7 liquidation. He…>read more

No Comment June 8, 2011

Partner at Sidley Austin Relocating to Hong Kong Ing Loong Yang, an arbitration partner of Sidley Austin LLP, is relocating from Singapore to Hong Kong. He will still be the Global Coordinator for the firms arbitration practices. Most of his arbitrations deal with China, so transferring to Hong…>read more

No Comment June 8, 2011

Shareholders Looking for Class Action Status Against Halliburton Receive Supreme Court Ruling in Their Favor The Supreme Court upheld a group of investors, overturning the judgment of a lower court, in a suit claiming that Halliburton issued misleading statements. The investors claimed that they lost money when Halliburton did not reveal its liability related to…>read more

No Comment June 7, 2011

FEC Advisory Opinion Leads to John Edwards Being Indicted John Edwards, the former presidential hopeful, has been charged on four counts, including misusing campaign funds for his mistress and campaign aide Rielle Hunter. Edwards denied these charges. He is a former lawyer and could lose his license if found…>read more

No Comment June 7, 2011

Goffer Insider-Trading Trial Deliberations Begin The trial of Mr. Goffer and two others started Thursday who have been charged with insider-trading, conspiracy and securities fraud. Jurors asked for office supplies – dry erase board and the trading records cited as evidence. The trial shall be…>read more

No Comment June 7, 2011