Tag Archives: Lawsuits

Surprising or Not: Noerr-Pennington Doctrine Protects Novartis from Two Class Action Antitrust Lawsuits

A defendant accused of violating the antitrust laws has a powerful, well-established defense, if it can prove it, of immunity based on the Noerr–Pennington doctrine.  This doctrine provides a party from immunity from antitrust liability when it petitions the government … Continue reading

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MALIBU MEDIA LLC: New TEXAS Lawsuits

MALIBU MEDIA LLC is alleging Texas residents have downloaded their content without the appropriate licensing fees. This is a blog dedicated to updates on copyright infringement cases. We’ve represented nearly 2,000 clients across the US and are America’s most experienced … Continue reading

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Plaintiffs Files Cannabis-Related Securities Class Action Lawsuits

For those of us involved in day to day D&O insurance transactions, it is a recognized fact that cannabis-related companies represent a tough class of insurance business. Different insurers take different approaches to the business, but at best it is … Continue reading

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Disability Policy Lawsuits

Here are a few examples of cases that have been litigated regarding disability policies and how the courts look at these cases. In a 2003, Texas Supreme Court opinion, Provident Life and Ac. Ins. Co. v. Knott, the Court read … Continue reading

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Malibu Media: Increase in Lawsuits

Malibu Media is filing copyright infringement lawsuits at a rapid pace; they are currently one of the most prolific filers of copyright infringement lawsuits in the U.S.   This is a blog dedicated to updates on copyright infringement cases. We’ve represented … Continue reading

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