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    Despite Atty Losses, Lewis Brisbois Says '23 Was Its Best Year

    Following the exodus of over a hundred employment lawyers to the short-lived Barber Ranen last summer, a stream of attorneys has been departing Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP to join other firms that are expanding into new regions. The firm’s leader tells Law360 Pulse, however, that the firm is on solid footing and had its “best year yet.”

  • Beekeeper Groups Seek Fees From EPA After 9th Circ. Appeal

    Attorneys for beekeeper groups in an appeal over a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency decision on insecticides have asked the Ninth Circuit to award nearly $750,000 in legal fees after a ruling that hammered the EPA but left the agency's decision intact.

  • Rutgers Law Student Fights Bid To Trim Antisemitic Bias Suit

    An Orthodox Jewish Rutgers law student who is suing the school in New Jersey state court, alleging antisemitic discrimination in the wake of the Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel, opposed motions to trim claims and remove some individual defendants as an improper attempt to "do surgery on an opposing litigant's pleading."

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    Ex-Prosecutor Joins Manatt From BakerHostetler In San Diego

    An ex-federal prosecutor has moved his litigation practice from BakerHostetler to Manatt Phelps & Phillips LLP's recently opened Southern California office to reunite with a former colleague from the U.S. Attorney's Office.

  • 1-800-Flowers Seeks $4.3M In Fees After Rival's IP Suit Failed

    After dispatching a trademark infringement lawsuit from Edible Arrangements last month, rival retailer 1-800-Flowers.com told a Georgia federal judge on Tuesday it should be entitled to up to $4.3 million attorney fees for being forced to defend against the "anemic" and "oppressive" litigation.

  • Oil Company Says Judge's Recusal Not Needed In Cartel Suits

    Pioneer Natural Resources Co. fired back at gasoline buyers' attempt to recuse a Nevada federal judge from the parties' antitrust litigation over her stock ownership in ExxonMobil Corp., arguing that the company isn't a party to the case, and that the litigation should be transferred to Texas.

  • Judge's Recusal Not Needed In Indiana Hospital Fall Suit

    An Indiana appeals panel rejected a woman's bid to revive her suit over a trip and fall injury she suffered while taking her grandson to a hospital in Hobart, saying the fact the judge's son worked for the hospital's law firm does not show there was a conflict requiring the judge's recusal.

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    Mintz Adds Trademark Pro From Winston & Strawn In Calif.

    Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky and Popeo PC has hired an attorney for its intellectual property practice group who worked for more than a decade at Winston & Strawn LLP and spent brief in-house stints at Nike and video game company Capcom.

  • Houston Firm Ditches Proposed Data Breach Class Action

    A Texas federal judge threw out a proposed class action accusing Fleming Nolen & Jez LLP of waiting a month to disclose a cyberattack that exposed more than 100 clients' protected health information, citing the lead plaintiff's admission that she didn't even know if any of her data was compromised.

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    Former MoFo IP Trial Pro Joins JAMS In San Francisco

    The alternative dispute resolution service JAMS has expanded its mediation team, announcing Tuesday it added a former Morrison Foerster LLP intellectual property litigator as one of its mediators.

  • Judge Rides Denver Firm On Atty Fees In Elijah McClain Case

    A Colorado appellate judge pressed a Denver law firm Tuesday on how exactly it was entitled to millions of dollars in contingency fees in a high-profile civil rights suit after the mother of a slain man at the center of the civil rights case fired the firm before the case resulted in a $15 million settlement.

  • Straight Path Attys Seek $9.5M Fee After Chancery IDT Ruling

    Attorneys who mostly lost a yearslong Court of Chancery stockholder suit seeking as much as $1.2 billion in damages from IDT Corp. founder Howard Jonas based on allegedly coerced liability releases are seeking a $9.5 million attorney fee, saying the case proved Jonas' fiduciary disloyalty.

  • Insurer Sues For Oxbow Director Legal Fees In Crestview Suit

    An insurer for two former Oxbow Carbon LLC directors sued the company in Delaware's Court of Chancery on Monday seeking recovery of millions paid to defend the pair in a long-running battle dating to 2016 over investor efforts to force a sale of the multifaceted energy company.

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    Worker In NLRB GC's Rules Remedy Case Asks For Atty Fees

    A worker requested attorney fees and costs as a make-whole remedy in an unfair labor practice case in which the NLRB's general counsel pushed for broadened relief in work rule disputes, arguing that he had to hire private counsel in his challenge to a mortgage lender's employment agreement.

  • BigLaw Recruiter's Bid To Ditch $6M Ruling Fails At 5th Circ.

    A BigLaw recruiter is on the hook for more than $6 million for stealing trade secrets and breaking a noncompete agreement with his former employer after the Fifth Circuit ruled client details taken by the recruiter were confidential information.

  • Aretha Franklin's Estate Says Atty Can't Get Unpaid Fees

    A lawyer who claims Aretha Franklin owed him for his work getting her a recording deal declined to participate in oral arguments Tuesday in Michigan appellate court, where the singer's estate told the court he filed his claims years too late. 

  • Conn. Firm Defends Infant Death Probe In Sanctions Feud

    A Connecticut firm is defending its investigation leading up to filing to a product liability lawsuit against two companies it claims produced and sold an infant lounger linked to a number of baby deaths, asking a Connecticut federal court to quash twin Rule 11 sanctions accusing it of pursuing frivolous claims.

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    King & Spalding Lands 3 Kasowitz Partners For Biz Litigation

    King & Spalding LLP announced Tuesday that it had hired three partners for its business litigation practice from Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP, including the co-chair of Kasowitz's real estate litigation practice group. 

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    Holland & Knight Litigator Shares Lessons From 'Life On Trial'

    Daniel Small, a veteran Holland & Knight LLP litigator, shares tips from his more than 40-year career in a new book, "Lessons Learned from a Life on Trial," published by the American Bar Association.

  • 11th Circ. Sends OpenAI Fee Fight Back To District Court

    The Eleventh Circuit vacated a Georgia federal judge's decision not to dock OpenAI attorney fees for attempting to remove a Georgia radio host's defamation suit to federal court, saying the judge should have but did not adequately explain the reasons for the denial.

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    Day Pitney Announces Leadership Changes

    A host of Day Pitney LLP attorneys have become firm heads following elections to its executive committee and board, as well as several department appointments, according to a Tuesday statement. 

  • NFL Rips 'Unnecessary' Compel Motion In Sunday Ticket Spat

    The NFL pushed back against the plaintiffs' efforts to revisit discovery documents in an antitrust class action over the league's Sunday Ticket broadcast package, arguing the motion to compel is a "manufactured and unnecessary dispute" over a discovery process that ended two years ago.

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    Major Lindsey Accused Of Targeting Atty Who Sued Troutman

    Legal recruiter Major Lindsey & Africa was hit with a lawsuit on Tuesday claiming it internally "blackballed" a midlevel associate who sued Troutman Pepper for racial discrimination, thereby putting the lie to Major Lindsey's "claims to champion diversity" and making the firm an "accomplice" to "systemic race discrimination" in the legal industry.

  • McCarter & English's Client Contract Win Heads To Mediation

    The law firm McCarter & English LLP will hold settlement talks in June with an ex-client who has already lost a jury trial over $2 million in unpaid legal bills and potentially faces $3.6 million in punitive damages after an anticipated decision by Connecticut's highest court, a federal magistrate judge ruled Tuesday.

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    Littler Adds Jackson Lewis Employment Pro In San Diego

    Littler Mendelson PC has added a shareholder in its San Diego office from Jackson Lewis PC, bringing on an attorney who has more than a decade of experience representing employers in both state and federal matters.

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