After Gibson Dunn & Crutcher pursued arbitration against a client for nearly $1 million in unpaid legal fees, the client turned around and sued the firm, claiming its work for an independent audit committee is not subject to arbitration.
- Judge Orders Review of City Asbestos Case Management Order
- After Dismissal Arguments, Judge Says Dewey Case Is Going to Jury
- Man Freed on Due Process Grounds After 24 Years in Prison
- Anti-Abortion Group Wins Challenge to Health Care Law
- Acting as Plaintiff, Lawyer Loses $15,000 Incentive in Airline Case
- Judge to Decide the Fate of 'Deflategate'
Read about the latest developments in the trial of former Dewey & LeBoeuf execs Steven Davis, Stephen DiCarmine and Joel Sanders, who are charged with accounting-related misconduct that contributed to the firm's 2012 demise.
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In this Special Report from the New York Law Journal, brought to you free by The New York Community Trust: "New York's Legislative Activity: What Passed, What Didn't, What's Next," "When Lawyers Play Doctor: Documents Governing End of Life Care," "Snowbirds Beware: The Ins and Outs of Nonresident Income and Estate Tax," "When Moving From New York to Florida, Consider Estate Planning Differences" and "Birth After Death."
Judge Orders Review of City Asbestos Case Management Order
Hearing Ordered on County's Retention of Woman's Firearms Despite Expiration of Order of Protection Against Her