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A claimant seeking an injunction to prevent an alleged wrongful termination of a contract was entitled to argue that damages could not be an adequate remedy.
CERCLA imposes strict liability for the costs of environmental contamination on four classes of responsible parties, including current owners of contaminated properties.
The California Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District has affirmed the Superior Court ruling in Ocean Avenue LLC v County of Los Angeles.
Plaintiffs in securities fraud class actions may satisfy the reliance element by showing that they traded on an ‘efficient market’ presumed to reflect all public material information.
FERC violated the National Environmental Policy Act by improperly ‘segmenting’ its NEPA analysis of a four-part upgrade to Tennessee Gas Pipeline’s 300 Line System.
Since the advent of ‘say-on-pay’, the plaintiffs’ securities bar has attempted to rustle up claims relating to executive compensation matters discussed in proxy statements.
In this podcast, Paul Harris shares his thoughts and observations on the commercial world, and intellectual property in particular.
Pillsbury has been included on the IAOP’s list of the World’s Best Outsourcing Advisers for the fifth consecutive year.
A jury in Miami has issued a verdict against a taxpayer for $2.2m in fees, interest and civil penalties for failing to file FBARs for his Swiss bank accounts.
The California Attorney General (AG) recently released a series of guidelines to assist with compliance with the California Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003.
New York creates rocket-docket for commercial disputes — but accelerated adjudication comes with trade-offs
As of 2 June, the Commercial Division of the New York Supreme Court will allow for the accelerated adjudication of commercial disputes.
Commercial real estate is an approximately $26tn (RMB 162tn) global industry.
Pillsbury has published its FCC Enforcement Monitor for May 2014.
Paul Harris, intellectual property litigation partner, shares his thoughts and observations on the commercial world, and intellectual property in particular.
Pillsbury has announced the appointment of Brian E Finch, a leading authority in cyber security, as a partner in the public practices section in Washington DC.
The US District Court for the Western District of Washington found that certain distressed debt funds were not ‘financial institutions’ under the definition of ‘eligible assignee’.
Pillsbury has announced that for 2014, Chambers USA has ranked 86 individual Pillsbury lawyers, with 12 partners recognised in two or more categories for a total of 98 individual lawyer rankings.
Managing Intellectual Property magazine has named 10 Pillsbury partners in the second edition of its annual IP Stars guide, a state-by-state analysis of the IP market.
Pillsbury reviews the case law highlighting potential problems lurking with intent-to-use trademark applications.and provides practice pointers to address these issues.
In Petrella v MGM, the Supreme Court holds that laches cannot bar claims for damages for copyright infringement brought during the three-year limitations period.