Though mostly siding with the SEC, a federal judge refused to enjoin Fabrice Tourre from future securities violations, concluding that such "obey-the-law" injunctions are of dubious value and noting that the SEC has apparently never enforced one against an investment banker.
- Cooley, Fenwick Beat Back LendingTree Patent Claims at Trial
- Pro Se Patentees to Fight David Boies in San Jose Trial
- Judge Tosses Transocean Class Action Ahead of Supreme Court Appeal
- Chinese Investment Giant Dodges N.Y. Securities Class Action
- Federal Circuit Hands a Quick Win to DNA Tester Promega
- Another Patent Setback for Myriad Genetics
Litigator of the Week
The ruling vindicating Chevron's fraud and racketeering case against Steven Donziger runs to nearly 500 pages. And on pretty much every page, the aggressive strategy of Mastro's team at Gibson Dunn shines through.