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Volume XII, Number 138

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Date Title Organization
19
May
Licensing Discussions Give Rise to Declaratory Judgment Action McDermott Will & Emery
19
May
D.C. District Court Throws Out Ambush Election Rules, Finds Board Lacked Quorum Barnes & Thornburg LLP
19
May
The Perils of Internet Research by Jurors Sills Cummis & Gross P.C.
18
May
Michael Bloomberg Enters CA Prop. 29 (Cigarette Tax) Money Race with a $500K Contribution MapLight
18
May
Suit Filed Against Auditor of Investment Fund for Deficient Auditing of Madoff-Managed Assets Faegre Drinker
18
May
Caution Canal Street Counterfeiters—Plaintiffs May Recover Attorneys’ Fees in Addition to Statutory Damages McDermott Will & Emery
17
May
Virginia Supreme Court Requires Face-to-Face Meeting Prior to Commencing Foreclosures on FHA-Backed Loans Greenberg Traurig, LLP
17
May
NLRB Union Election Rule Found Invalid Varnum LLP
16
May
NLRB’s “Quickie” Election Rule Held Unenforceable (For Now) Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP
16
May
Supreme Court Decision Opens Door for Possible Implied Conflict Preemption of Over-the-Counter Drugs Faegre Drinker
16
May
District Court Blocks New NLRB Election Procedures Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
16
May
Court Invalidates Ambush Election Regulation Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
16
May
Impacts of Criminal Procedural Law Amendments on Investigations of Bribery Cases McDermott Will & Emery
16
May
D.C. District Court Invalidates NLRB’s “Quickie” Election Rule Due to Lack of Quorum Barnes & Thornburg LLP
15
May
Resale Pricing Policies Withstand State Scrutiny Again, but Suppliers Should Continue to Exercise Caution McDermott Will & Emery
14
May
Pennsylvania Adopts Significant Tort Reform Eliminating Joint and Several Liability: Fair Share Act Signed into Law Faegre Drinker
14
May
Bullying in the Workplace Greenberg Traurig, LLP
14
May
A Tried and True Summary Judgment Option in Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Failure to Warn Cases Faegre Drinker
13
May
Plaintiffs’ Attempts to Hold Brand Manufacturers Liable for Harm Caused By Generic Products Thwarted Again Despite Mensing’s Glimmer of Hope Faegre Drinker
13
May
Federal District Court Holds Customer of a Municipal Utility Entitled to Formal Opportunity to be Heard Prior to Disconnection Barnes & Thornburg LLP

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