MoFo, working pro bono, secured a temporary restraining order against the release of more anti-abortion videos in the Planned Parenthood controversy. In other news, Cleary Gottlieb, Gibson Dunn and Latham had victories of their own.
- Federal Judge Blocks Release of Anti-Abortion Videos
- A Judge Passionately Defends Trial By Jury
- Deflation to Spoliation? Tom Brady and E-Discovery
- Prosecutors Ask High Court to Review Insider Trading Ruling UPDATED
- Spilled Tea During Flight Leads to Lawsuit
- Circuit Hands Samsung a Win and Apple a Setback in Same NPE Case
Jonathan Hacker of O’Melveny & Myers (pictured at left) and Keith Hummel of Cravath, Swaine & Moore convinced a federal appeals court that Ford Motor Co. and IBM couldn't be tied to human rights abuses in apartheid South Africa under the U.S. Alien Tort Statute.