Plaintiffs attorneys are expected to net nearly 33 percent in fees, or almost $38 million.
Uber Technologies Inc. lost out in its bid to beat back a request for information about drivers who operate in San Francisco for more than seven days a year.
The appellate court upheld a ruling finding that a writer could continue to pursue his claim that he was never paid for a script that allegedly spawned the action-horror franchise.
Elizabeth Cabraser will reprise her role leading an emissions-related MDL—to the chagrin of at least one of her co-counsel.
Officials at the Department of Justice announced the settlement with the Kennett Square, Pennsylvania-based nursing home and rehabilitation therapy company Friday morning.
A woman raped by an Uber driver in New Delhi in 2014 has filed a new lawsuit claiming that company officials who obtained and reviewed her medical records invaded her privacy and defamed her.
The lawsuit brings claims of sexual harassment and intentional infliction of emotional harm against Eichler as well as the bank and its investment arm where he worked, SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Inc.
The way SunTrust's in-house legal team initially responded to the Jane Doe plaintiff plays a role in the complaint.
Phoenix Technologies claimed VMWare exceeded the licensed use of its copyrighted BIOS software.
The Ninth Circuit said it will delay its decision pending the outcome of a similar case granted cert by the U.S. Supreme Court.