Litigation

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The legal experts who write for the National Law Review cover the federal circuit courts as well as the Supreme Court, analyzing the decisions and opinions from the justices at these levels and parsing the meaning and greater context of these decisions.  For coverage of the circuit courts and the decisions at the Supreme Court, the National Law Review has breaking news coverage of these issues. Additionally, coverage of litigation as a process, including rules of evidence, jury selection, and information on expert witnesses is available on the site.

Along with traditional litigation, the National Law Review also covers alternate dispute resolution (ADR), as well as the viability of Arbitration Agreements in a variety of contexts. The benefits of mediation as opposed to litigation, and the benefits of arbitration.  Compulsory arbitration clauses in agreements relating to major corporations, shareholder agreements, or multinational agreements, are covered on the National Law Review.

Additionally, the National Law Review covers trends in -e-discovery and regulations in document analysis and trial preparation. 

We also serve as a resource for the latest developments in civil proceduree-discovery, trial practice, appellate practice, and alternative dispute resolution, including mediation and arbitration involving both binding adversarial proceedings and non-binding voluntary procedures before neutral third parties.

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Recent Litigation, Trial, ADR, E-Discovery & Court News

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Feb 24
What Are The Damages? Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP
21
Feb 24
DOORDASH CAN’T DASH AWAY FROM CCPA VIOLATIONS: Doordash to Pay $375,000 For Selling Personal Information In Violation of CCPA and CalOPPA Troutman Amin, LLP
21
Feb 24
Inconsistent Verdicts Don’t Negate Double Jeopardy in Blocking Murder Case Retrial - SCOTUS Today Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.
21
Feb 24
The Judge's Decision Vacating EPA's Approval of Florida's "Dredge and Fill" Permit Authority Has Serious Implications for our Renewable Energy Future Mintz
21
Feb 24
Data Breach Putative Class Action Questions Whether Broker Was Swift Enough in Notice and Response Hunton Andrews Kurth
21
Feb 24
FTX: Forcing The Examiner Mandate in the Third Circuit Mintz
21
Feb 24
Roundup of SEC Whistleblower Office’s January Notices of Covered Actions Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto
21
Feb 24
Does Being “Left to Guess” Establish Standing for Injunctive Relief After TransUnion? Hunton Andrews Kurth
21
Feb 24
Vice Chancellor Laster Rules That It Is "Reasonably Conceivable" That Nevada Provides Greater Protection Against Fiduciary Liability Than Delaware Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP
20
Feb 24
The Fifth Circuit’s German Pellets Decision: A Cautionary Tale for Creditors and Other Contract Parties on the Dangers of Staying on the Sidelines of a Bankruptcy Hunton Andrews Kurth
20
Feb 24
The Federal Circuit Considers: What Makes a Design Patent Obvious? Hunton Andrews Kurth
20
Feb 24
This Ain’t My Home, Now Pay Up: 11th Circuit Reverses on FLSA’s Live-In Service Worker Exemption Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
20
Feb 24
Procedure, Not Politics Pierce Atwood LLP
20
Feb 24
Fifth Circuit Orders En Banc Rehearing of Rejected Challenge to Nasdaq’s Board-Diversity Rules Proskauer Rose LLP
20
Feb 24
Federal Judge Grants HHS-OIG Victory For Interpretation Of Anti-Kickback Statute In Prior Advisory Opinion Barnes & Thornburg LLP
20
Feb 24
When the Investigation Becomes the Lawsuit… Strassburger McKenna Gutnick & Gefsky
20
Feb 24
Exit by Investors: Navigating Contractual and Statutory Routes Nishith Desai Associates
20
Feb 24
Breach vs. Default — What’s the Difference? Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP
20
Feb 24
MEATY: New TCPA and Michigan State Telemarketing Ruling Involving Mark Dobronski Really Digs Into the Issues and Gives 10 Great Holdings Troutman Amin, LLP
20
Feb 24
Road to Victory Just Got a Little Easier for Whistleblowers Barnes & Thornburg LLP
20
Feb 24
Profit-Sharing Arrangement Tied to Employer’s Overall Profits Not Subject to Massachusetts Wage Act Mintz
19
Feb 24
Government-Involved ESG Litigation ArentFox Schiff LLP
19
Feb 24
California Supreme Court Limits Manageability Defense to PAGA Claims Foley & Lardner LLP
19
Feb 24
Federal Court Rules That Online-Only Retailer’s Website Is Not a ‘Place of Public Accommodation’ Under the ADA Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
19
Feb 24
“OVERZEALOUS”: AFLAC Faces New TCPA Class Action In Pennsylvania And I have that Duck’s Voice Stuck In My Head Now Troutman Amin, LLP
16
Feb 24
Potential CCPA Fines “Significant”, California AG’s Office “Plotting” and Other Takeaways From Privacy Regulators during Privacy Summit in Los Angeles Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
16
Feb 24
Arrested Development: Wisconsin Court of Appeals Holds ‘Arrest Record’ Does Not Include Civil Violations Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.
16
Feb 24
Crypto Platform Settles SEC and State Regulator Charges over Interest Bearing Feature on Customer Accounts Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
 

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