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A Case That Really “Stands Out” in a Crowd: Judge Abrams Awards Attorneys’ Fees Where Plaintiff Ignores Pleading Deficiencies For Three Months

USA - December 16 2020 On December 10, 2020, United States District Judge Ronnie Abrams (S.D.N.Y.) granted Oath Inc. (“Oath”) and Quora, Inc. (“Quora”)’s motions for...

Lewis V. Popovski.

Say Cheese! Seventh Circuit to Weigh In on Reasonable Consumer Standard in Grated Parmesan Case

USA - October 6 2020 On September 17, the Seventh Circuit heard argument in Ann Bell v. Albertson Companies Inc. The case hinges on whether a reasonable consumer would...

Jane Metcalf.

Department of Labor Issues New Guidance, Including Much Needed Guidance on Telework

USA - July 28 2020 On July 20, 2020, the Wage and Hour Division ("WHD") of the U.S. Department of Labor ("DOL") published further guidance regarding the protections...

Jacqueline L. Bonneau, Lisa E. Cleary, Ryan J. Kurtz, Catherine A. Williams.

What is Produced in the Southern District, Stays in the Southern District: Judge Rakoff Denies Plaintiff’s Requests to Use Documents In Chinese Proceeding

USA - May 12 2020 Last year we reported on the patent dispute between Plaintiff SIMO Holdings, Inc. (“SIMO”) and Defendants Hong Kong uCloudlink Network Technology...

Lewis V. Popovski.

Judge Hellerstein Allows Damages Expert Testimony as “Posture” Isn’t Everything

USA - January 24 2020 On January 14, 2020, United States District Court Judge Alvin K. Hellerstein (S.D.N.Y.) denied Plaintiff Michael Philip Kaufman’s motion to exclude...

Lewis V. Popovski.