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Exaggeration of counsel's class action experience draws Rule 1...

New York District Court Judge Shira A. Scheindlin found class counsel's allegation that they were experienced and competent was false because they could not provide any case in which they were certified as class counsel or recovered monetary relief ... Lexology, 3 days ago

US sports fans gain an antitrust victory against MLB, Comcast

An antitrust lawsuit over regional sports networks (RSNs) is poised to go forward after Manhattan Court Judge Shira Scheindlin rejected a request for dismissal by defendants Major League Baseball, the National Hockey League, Comcast and DirecTV. ...
 Rapid TV News1 week ago Judge: Trial can decide fate of MLB TV broadcasts  Kitsap Peninsula Business Journal1 week ago NY judge rejects MLB's and NHL's attempt to squelch fan suit over alleged broadcast monopoly  FOXBusiness.com1 week ago New York judge rejects MLB's, NHL's attempt to squelch fan lawsuit alleging broadcast monopoly  Alaska Highway News1 week ago
Inside Counsel

SEC fails to get $1.4B in case involving Wyly brothers

U.S. District Judge Shira Scheindlin refused to let the government take the total profits earned by Wyly and brother, Charles, on allegedly hidden trades, which totaled
 Inside Counsel3 weeks ago Wylys' lawyer calls U.S. SEC $750 mln claim 'overblown'  Reuters2 weeks ago Texas tycoons Wylys should pay $750 million for fraud, SEC tells judge  Reuters2 weeks ago Texas tycoon Wyly found not liable for insider trading  4 Traders1 month ago

Baseball Fights Against Federal Judge

By NICK DIVITO MANHATTAN (CN) - Major League Baseball on Wednesday said it would appeal a federal judge's ruling to permit two antitrust class actions brought by viewers who say the league and cable companies use "blackouts" to shut out ...
 Courthouse News Service1 day ago Baseball, hockey leagues lose ruling in broadcast antitrust case  Reuters1 week ago

Judge Denies SEC's $1.4 Billion Claim Against Wylys

The Securities and Exchange Commission has suffered another setback in its court battle with Maverick Capital and Ranger Capital founder Sam Wyly, just months after a jury handed it a major victory. U.S. District Judge Shira Scheindlin has rejected ...
 FINalternatives3 weeks ago U.S. judge says SEC can't seek $1.4 billion from Texas' Wylys  Reuters3 weeks ago US judge says SEC can't seek $1.4 bln from Texas' Wylys  Reuters3 weeks ago Judge says SEC can't seek $1.4 billion from Wylys  Reuters3 weeks ago

Wylys Say SEC Demand for $750 Million at Trial Is Miscalculation

Advertisement Aug. 6 (Bloomberg) -- The lawyer for Samuel Wyly and the estate of Charles Wyly told a judge they shouldn't have to pay regulators as much as $750 million after being found liable for using a web of offshore trusts to hide ...
 GARP2 weeks ago Wylys Call SEC $750 Million Trial Demand a Miscalculation  Bloomberg2 weeks ago

Judge gives de Blasio go-ahead to overhaul stop-and-frisk

The de Blasio administration got the green light Wednesday to move ahead with ​its overhaul of the ​way the ​NYPD​ implements stop-and-frisk tactics after a federal judge rejected a bid by city police unions to continuing fighting ...
 New York Post3 weeks ago De Blasio administration drops stop-and-frisk appeals  New York Post2 weeks ago

Judges define journalism

Justice Helen Winkelmann - a book is not 'news activity' in terms of the Privacy Act? In the twilight world inhabited by legal folk reality is often blurred. For example, lawyers think they are blessed with more knowledge than anyone else.
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago Caseload: Judges define journalism  New Zealand Herald1 month ago

Judge Dismisses Ex-Broker's Privacy Claim Against Regulatory Website

A U.S. judge threw out a lawsuit against the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) by a former broker who alleged that disclosures on the regulator's public database violated his privacy rights. The former broker, Alan Santos-Buch, sued ...
 Insurance Journal1 month ago U.S. court tosses ex-broker's privacy lawsuit to clean up record  CNBC1 month ago

Another Major Victory In The Fight Against Stop And Frisk

A New York state judge has upheld a law making it easier for citizens to sue police officers performing unlawful stop and frisks based on race. "This law provides an important opportunity for New Yorkers who are subject to racial profiling or ...
 Huffington Post2 months ago
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