Fish & Richardson Escapes Fraud Suit Over $28M JAMS AwardLaw360 (subscription)
Law360, Dallas (April 16, 2014, 3:48 PM ET) -- A Texas appeals court on Tuesday blocked the revival of a fraud suit against Fish & Richardson
PC and a JAMS Inc. arbitrator who had awarded the firm's client $28 million, holding the Texas Arbitration Act ...
Fish & Richardson Announces 2014 1L Diversity FellowsMetropolitan Corporate CounselFish & Richardson
has announced the firm's 2014 1L Diversity Fellows: Thomas Chisena (Temple University, Beasley School of Law), Krystina Ho (Columbia Law School), Philip Kim (George Washington University Law School) and Matthew Mahoney ...
Prominent Litigators Lining Up on Either Side of Aereo BattleThe National Law Journal (registration)The National Law Journal (registration)
Working with him are lawyers from Fish & Richardson
in Boston and Constantine Cannon in Washington. Both sides have bolstered their arguments with a wide range of amicus briefs. Copyright scholars weighed in on each side. The National Football ...and more »
Three Lawyers Nominated to the US Court of Federal ClaimsThe National Law Journal (registration)
President Barack Obama nominated three lawyers to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims on Thursday, including a partner at Fish & Richardson
in Delaware and a Senate Judiciary Committee counsel for privacy and information policy. Obama picked Thomas ...
Fish & Richardson | Fish Principal Indranil Mukerji Named to "Power List"Linex Legal (press release) (registration)Wall Street Journal
Fish Principal Indranil Mukerji Named to "Power List". Source: Fish & Richardson
. Indranil Mukerji was recently named to the Lawyers of Color "Power List," an annual publication aimed at saluting the nation's most influential minority attorneys. The …
Hedge Funds Wield Risky Legal Ploy to Milk BuyoutsWall Street Journal
About 81% of Delaware appraisals that went to trial since 1993 have yielded higher prices, according to law firm Fish & Richardson
PC, which has represented shareholders in appraisals. In an extreme case, a judge in 2004 awarded dissenting stockholders ...and more »