- Choate v. Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co.
On September 15, 2010, WLF filed a brief in the Appellate Court of Illinois, urging it to overturn a $3.9 million judgment awarded to a boy who was injured while attempting to jump onto a rapidly moving freight train. WLF argued that landowners should not be held liable for failing to prevent trespassers from knowingly engaging in reckless behavior.
- Conversations With: Antitrust Law and Policy in the Innovation Age
Features The Honorable Dick Thornburgh, Of Counsel to the law firm K&L Gates LLP, leading a discussion with John Thorne, Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel of Verizon Communications, Inc.
- Judge’s Consumer Class Action Ruling Instructive On Certification Issues
By J. Russell Jackson, a partner in the New York City office of the law firm Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP.
- On The Merits: AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion
Featuring Jerrold J. Ganzfried, a partner with the law firm Howrey LLP and Scott Nelson, an attorney with Public Citizen Litigation Group.
- Preemption Rejected In Advocacy Group’s VitaminWater® Consumer Class Action
By Randal M. Shaheen, Counsel to the law firm Arnold & Porter LLP, and Jessica L. Halbert, an associate with the firm.
- Rolling The Dice For Deep Pockets?: Why Nevada Courts Should Find $500 Million Punitive Award Excessive
By Gregory A. Brower, a partner in the Las Vegas and Reno offices of Snell & Wilmer, LLP, and Troy L. Booher and Andreea V. Micklis, associates with the firm.