Feb 4, 2011 By: Katie Sheehan
Following the shooting of an unarmed African immigrant, Attorney General Eliot Spitzer ordered a study of 175,000 records of the Street Crimes Unit’s “stop and frisk” practice.
Feb 4, 2011 By: Westlaw Insider
Where vitriolic replies to remarks attributed to plaintiff were directed to plaintiff as potential political foe and not as an accountant, words
Feb 3, 2011 By: Katie Sheehan
A planned Michael Jackson tribute concert never came to fruition, and a small Prince Edward Island city demands the promoter refund $1.3 million.
Feb 3, 2011 By: Westlaw Insider
Rule 11′s admonition that every lawyer do necessary work to find law before filing brief applies even to lawyers who have two
Feb 1, 2011 By: Jury Verdicts
Oracle Corporation v. SAP AG (U.S.D.C., N.D. Cal.) Oracle Awarded $1.3 Billion for Copyright Infringement 2010 WL 5064389 Verdict Summary 2009 WL 2700098 Plaintiff’s Fourth Amended Complaint
Police officers who were found to have used excessive force against each other in altercation at scene of arrest, allowed civil liberties.
Feb 1, 2011 By: Westlaw Insider
Police officers who were found to have used excessive force against each other in altercation at scene of arrest, during which both