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'It's Gotten Overcomplicated': Covington's Rani Gupta Says Courts Might Be Jumping to Incorrect Scientific Conclusions in COVID-19 Business Interruption Cases
Covington & Burling partner Rani Gupta Gupta discusses how insurance recovery litigators are pushing back against courts' assertions that COVID-19 does not result in property damage losses.
       


Fri, 05 Aug 2022 18:51:31 EST


Plaintiffs Attorneys Seek Additional Sanctions Against Google in Data Privacy Case Over 'Incognito' Searches
Attorneys from Boies Schiller Flexner, Susman Godfrey and Morgan & Morgan are asking a federal judge to order additional sanctions against Google in a case where the tech company, represented by Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, already had to pay nearly $1 million in attorney fees and costs for discovery-related sanctions.
       


Fri, 05 Aug 2022 17:11:55 EST


As Hourly Fees Become 'Painful,' Focus Grows on Alternative Fee Arrangements
"Companies are getting a lot more cost-conscious, and really paying attention to the bottom line," consultant Ken Callander said. "As we move forward, you're gonna see that more."
       


Fri, 05 Aug 2022 16:43:20 EST


Former Boston Student Shot by School Administrator Awarded $10M
"Several reasons warrant the Court to impose punitive damages on Harrison: (1) to punish and deter the use of positions of authority, respect, and trust to lure minors into criminal activities; (2) to punish and deter physical attacks on and attempted murder of minors by defendants in positions of trust and responsibility; and (3) to punish Harrison and deter others from engaging in the type of conduct Harrison committed. These reasons and the totality of the circumstances justify an award of punitive damages of $2.5 million," wrote U.S. District Judge Leo T. Sorokin of the District of Massachusetts.
       


Fri, 05 Aug 2022 16:26:22 EST


The Marble Palace Blog: An Unearthed Cache of Letters From a SCOTUS Secretary Reveals How Unliked Some Justices Were
In letters recently uncovered, a former secretary for SCOTUS justices in the 1930's wrote about life at the court and her least favorite justices.
       


Fri, 05 Aug 2022 14:25:07 EST
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