Mar 23, 9:23 PM PDT
Ryan Davis of Law360.com has an article (subscription required for full access) that begins, "While a Foley & Lardner LLP partner who filed a jargon-filled petition mostly written by a client escaped U.S. Supreme Court sanctions Monday, the justices nonetheless put attorneys on notice...
Mar 23, 9:47 AM PDT
Jacob Gershman has this post today at WSJ.com's "Law Blog." Aebra Coe of Law360.com has an article headlined " High Court Won't Discipline Foley Atty For Jumbled Petition " (subscription required for full access) that begins, "A Foley & Lardner LLP partner on Monday was freed of a...
Feb 24, 8:06 AM PST
Andrew Strickler of Law360.com has a report (subscription required for full access) that begins, "The Foley & Lardner LLP partner who drew a rare sanction threat from the U.S. Supreme Court for filing an impenetrable, jargon-packed petition he says was penned largely by his client may...
A Compilation of Enforcement and Non-Enforcement ActionsJD Supra (press release)
The SEC announced that a compliance professional has been awarded $1.4 million to $1.6 million for reporting misconduct inside his firm to the SEC. The SEC recently noted that it has paid $50 million to 17 whistleblowers, out of fines collected by the SEC.and more »
Automotive M&A Activity Remains Strong: Be PreparedJD Supra (press release)
Automobile sales are on the rise globally, and the automotive industry remains one of the hottest sectors for M&A activity. Analysts predict that the surge in deal flow that occurred during 2014 will continue or even accelerate throughout 2015. A …and more »
Isn't Consistency Great?JD Supra (press release)
There is probably no more hard and fast rule, or favorite word of human resource professionals, than “consistency.” And we love consistency, right? It allows you to say “no” to an employee who wants something outside of the norm. It gives you a guilt …and more »
Biosig Claims Pass Reasonable Certainty TestJD Supra (press release)
In its decision on remand from the Supreme Court, the Federal Circuit once again held the Biosig patent claims not indefinite, reversing the district court decision to the contrary. The decision came in Biosig Instruments, Inc. v. Nautilus, Inc., and …and more »