The U.S. Supreme Court rebuked Thursday a federal judicial panel's finding that South Carolina Republicans unconstitutionally discriminated against Black voters when drawing the state's new congressional map, and established higher evidentiary standards for plaintiffs seeking to prove that race is the driving factor behind redistricting decisions.
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High Court Rules Poor Evidence Doomed SC Map Challenge

By Katie Buehler

The U.S. Supreme Court rebuked Thursday a federal judicial panel's finding that South Carolina Republicans unconstitutionally discriminated against Black voters when drawing the state's new congressional map, and established higher evidentiary standards for plaintiffs seeking to prove that race is the driving factor behind redistricting decisions.

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Thomas Sees No Role For Courts In Election Map Fights

By Katie Buehler

While his Supreme Court colleagues sparred over evidence standards Thursday in a 6-3 decision rejecting claims that South Carolina's congressional map diluted the power of Black voters, Justice Clarence Thomas wrote a solo opinion to argue the country's founders never intended courts to referee election map fights.

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Wow Such Basic: Justices Back Crypto Fans In Dogecoin Duel

By Jeff Overley

It's up to judges, not arbitrators, to figure out whether contracts between businesses and consumers have subtly superseded earlier agreements to hash out disputes in arbitration rather than litigation, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday.

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High Court Sides With Gov't Over Repeat Offender Sentencing

By Alison Knezevich

A state drug conviction can trigger a mandatory 15-year sentence under the Armed Career Criminal Act if it involved a drug on the federal schedules at the time of that conviction, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday.

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Biden Names Judicial Nominees For 1st, 6th Circuits

By Courtney Bublé

President Joe Biden announced four new judicial nominees on Thursday, including picks for the First Circuit and the Sixth Circuit.

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White House Says 1st Circ. Judge Didn't Aid Daughter's Nom

By Brian Dowling

The White House said Thursday that a First Circuit judge played no part in his daughter's nomination to the appeals court, and plans to retire if she's confirmed.

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Trump Loses 2 NY Criminal Appeals As Trial Winds Down

By Rachel Scharf

Former President Donald Trump on Thursday lost a pair of appellate challenges complaining that both the judge and jury in his ongoing New York criminal hush-money trial are biased, just a few days before closing statements in the historic case.

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SUPREME COURT

High Court Urged To Rule On FCC Question In TCPA Dispute

By Jared Foretek

A chiropractic practice group is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to take another crack at the question of whether district courts must adhere to a Federal Communications Commission's legal interpretation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, in a bid to revive its proposed class action against McKesson over junk faxes.

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DC CIRCUIT

FCC Defends Nielsen Data In Low-Power TV Licensing Suit

By Ayden Crosby

The Federal Communications Commission is defending its use of Nielsen statistics to determine if a low-power TV station should receive protections provided under a 2022 law aimed at safeguarding local and rural broadcasting.

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22 States Seek To Defend EPA Heavy-Duty Truck GHG Rule

By Madeline Lyskawa

A coalition of 22 Democrat-led states and four cities moved to intervene on Thursday in defense of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's final rule establishing greenhouse gas emission standards for heavy-duty vehicles, arguing that vacating the rule would lead to direct injuries to state lands and resources.

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FEDERAL CIRCUIT

USPTO Issues Guidance On New Fed. Circ. Design Patent Test

By Dani Kass

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued guidance laying out how to apply the Federal Circuit's Tuesday en banc decision, making the standard for obviousness in design patents more flexible.

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Spain Says Energy Treaty Withdrawal Irrelevant In $386M Suit

By Joyce Hanson

Spain has told the D.C. Circuit that its announcement of withdrawal from the Energy Charter Treaty does not show it recognizes that it is still bound under the international agreement, contrary to what investors owed about $386 million argued earlier this week.

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Sonos Gets Fed. Circ. To Affirm Axed Google Patent Claims

By Andrew Karpan

Google failed on Thursday to persuade Federal Circuit judges to breathe new life into patent claims the tech giant has asserted in its legal fight with the Sonos speaker brand.

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Fed. Circ. Upends Inventors' Interference Win Over Time-Bar

By Dani Kass

The Patent Trial and Appeal Board wrongly chose inventors tied to Cook Medical, rather than ones tied to Medtronic, when determining who should prevail in an interference proceeding over catheters, the Federal Circuit held Thursday.

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Fed. Circ. Says Winery Minority Owner Can't Try To Cancel TM

By Adam Lidgett

The Federal Circuit has affirmed a Trademark Trial and Appeal Board decision that a family trust that is a minority owner of Paul Hobbs Winery, which owns the trademark registration on the name of winemaker Paul Hobbs, does not have the right to seek cancellation of registrations on certain trademarks.

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US Drops Appeal Of Citigroup's $183M Tax Award At Fed. Circ.

By Anna Scott Farrell

The federal government agreed to stop fighting a ruling that awarded Citigroup $183 million in tax deductions for liabilities belonging to a failing bank it had acquired during the 1980s savings and loan crisis, according to an order Thursday by the Federal Circuit dismissing the appeal.

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Old Case Can't Nix $181M AT&T, Nokia Verdict, Fed. Circ. Told

By Adam Lidgett

Finesse Wireless LLC pushed back at the Federal Circuit against AT&T and Nokia's appeal of a more than $181 million verdict in Texas federal court for infringing Finesse's patents on reducing radio frequency interference, saying the companies' reliance on a 140-year-old Supreme Court case was misplaced.

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SECOND CIRCUIT

2nd Circ. Revives Insurer's $2.5M Suit Over Valuation Software

By Gina Kim

The Second Circuit on Thursday revived an insurer's indemnification bid against software company Audatex for $2.5 million in costs from a suit alleging its use of Audatex's valuation software resulted in underpayment for totaled cars, concluding the lower court erred in finding the suit didn't result from the insurer's use of Audatex's software.

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FOURTH CIRCUIT

4th Circ. Rules No Coverage For Mars' COVID Losses

By Ganesh Setty

Candymaker Mars Inc. can't get coverage from Factory Mutual Insurance Co. for its COVID-19-related losses, the Fourth Circuit ruled Thursday, further rejecting Mars' bid to certify a question to the Virginia Supreme Court.

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FIFTH CIRCUIT

5th Circ. Won't Fast-Track Challenge To DOL's OT Rule

By Irene Spezzamonte

The Fifth Circuit won't speed up a Dairy Queen franchisee's challenge to the U.S. Department of Labor's decision to increase the salary threshold for a Fair Labor Standards Act overtime exemption, turning down the entity and its owner's bid to expedite the appeal.

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Feds Ask 5th Circ. To Weigh Highway GHG Rule Vacatur

By Linda Chiem

The Biden administration has asked the Fifth Circuit to review a Texas district court's recent decision vacating a Federal Highway Administration rule that would've required states to set targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from federally funded highway projects.

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SIXTH CIRCUIT

6th Circ. Unbuckles Supplier From 'Odd' Seat Belt Contract

By Danielle Ferguson

A Sixth Circuit panel on Thursday freed a seat belt part supplier from having to continue to fulfill a seat belt system manufacturer's orders at an old price, saying the parties' "odd" agreement language isn't specific enough to enforce.

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FirstEnergy Wants 6th Circ. To Shield Bribe-Probe Docs

By Jessica Corso

FirstEnergy Corp. is pursuing the Sixth Circuit's input into its request to shield internal investigative documents from a class of investors and from two of its indicted former executives, saying the documents contain privileged legal advice given in the wake of a $1 billion bribery scandal.

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SEVENTH CIRCUIT

7th Circ. Unsure VIX-Fix Claims Were Wrongly Tossed

By Lauraann Wood

The Seventh Circuit seemed unsure Thursday that two investment companies should be allowed to pursue volatility index manipulation claims against Barclays, Morgan & Stanley Co. and other financial institutions after a lower court found that one lacked standing and the other missed a statutory deadline.

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Enbridge Says Tribe's Trespass Law Could Cost It Millions

By Isaac Monterose

Enbridge Energy told the Seventh Circuit that a Wisconsin tribe's recently publicized trespass ordinance could cause the company to pay millions of dollars in civil penalties if the appeals court rules that its 645-mile crude oil pipeline is trespassing on the tribe's land.

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Dyson Says It Deserves Counterfeiters' Profits

By Lauraann Wood

Dyson told the Seventh Circuit on Thursday that a district court's refusal to award it profits from several e-commerce shops that defaulted in a trademark counterfeiting lawsuit should be reversed because it essentially "punished" the company by requiring it to provide proof that defendants should have offered.

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NINTH CIRCUIT

UBH Urges 9th Circ. To Take Up Petition In Health Claim Fight

By Kellie Mejdrich

United Behavioral Health implored the Ninth Circuit to grant the insurance company's petition for appellate court intervention in a consolidated action alleging mismanagement of mental health and substance use disorder treatment claims, arguing a California federal court clearly erred by allowing further pleadings on a denial of benefits claim.

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ELEVENTH CIRCUIT

DOL Says 11th Circ. 'Alone' In ERISA Internal Remedy Stance

By Emmy Freedman

The U.S. Department of Labor urged the Eleventh Circuit to reinstate a lawsuit from former seafood company workers who claimed their employee stock ownership plan was overcharged in a $92 million deal, saying they didn't jump the gun by suing instead of pursuing claims internally.

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Lockheed Urges 11th Circ. To Affirm Win In Solvent Suit

By Kelcey Caulder

Lockheed Martin Corp. asked the Eleventh Circuit on Wednesday to uphold a Florida district court's rejection of a proposed expert's testimony purporting to link a now-deceased former employee's multiple sclerosis to her work-related exposure to industrial solvents.

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Ga. Fights Disbarred Atty's Reinstatement Bid At 11th Circ.

By Emily Johnson

Georgia's bar admissions office urged the Eleventh Circuit on Wednesday to reject a disbarred Georgia attorney's attempt to regain her law license, arguing that she asserted a hypothetical injury because she didn't have an application to the state's bar at the time she filed the operative complaint.

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NEW YORK

NY Top Court Revives FanDuel Investors Suit

By Elliot Weld

New York's top appeals court on Thursday revived a suit brought by FanDuel investors who claim they were deprived of profits from a merger, disagreeing with a lower court's interpretation of Scottish law.

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CALIFORNIA

Calif. High Court Deals Loss To Policyholder In COVID-19 Suit

By Eli Flesch

The California Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the coronavirus generally doesn't cause the kind of damage to property that would trigger coverage under an insurance policy, handing a win to a Chubb insurance company in one of the last major venues for pandemic coverage litigation.

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Pipe Supplier Can't Nix $2.6M 'Take Home' Asbestos Verdict

By Mike Curley

A California appeals panel won't upend a $2.6 million verdict against J-M Manufacturing Co. Inc. in a case alleging a man contracted mesothelioma because of his brother's work, rejecting the company's argument that the court should apply a duty standard for negligence claims to the man's strict liability claim.

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FLORIDA

Fla. Justices Make Civil Trial Delays More Difficult

By Carolina Bolado

The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday made it more difficult to delay a civil trial as part of a number of changes to the Sunshine State's civil court rules and procedures meant to speed along the efficient resolution of civil cases.

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Irma Power Outage Claims Must Be Brought To Fla. Regulator

By David Minsky

A Florida state appellate court reversed the class certification in a multibillion-dollar lawsuit brought against Florida Power & Light Co. over extended electricity outages during Hurricane Irma, citing a new law requiring ratepayers to bring their claims before the state's Public Service Commission.

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ILLINOIS

Ill. Justices OK $28M Tax Value Appeal Without Payment

By Sanjay Talwani

A power company's property in Illinois was not required to pay disputed property taxes before appealing a valuation, the Illinois Supreme Court affirmed Thursday, upholding a reduction in the assessment of about $28 million.

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NEW JERSEY

NC Justices Scrap Defamation Suit Against Holtzman Vogel

By Hayley Fowler

Holtzman Vogel Baran Torchinsky & Josefiak PLLC is immune from defamation claims stemming from election protests the law firm helped file in 2016, the North Carolina Supreme Court ruled Thursday, rejecting what the justices characterized as a "baseless attempt" by voters to "constrict the absolute privilege's protections."

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NC High Court Sees No DA Conflict In Cyberstalking Case

By Travis Bland

North Carolina's highest court ruled Thursday that a county prosecutor was improperly disqualified from a criminal case in which the alleged victim is a county manager, reasoning that the scenario didn't meet conflict-of-interest parameters established by the court's decades-old precedent.

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NJ Justices Toss Direct Appeals Over Hospital Contract Bid

By George Woolston

The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Thursday that an independent state-owned teaching hospital's conduct cannot be challenged directly in the state's intermediate appellate court because it isn't considered an administrative agency, affirming the dismissal of two protests over the hospital's selection of a pharmacy vendor.

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NORTH CAROLINA

NC Justices Back Manufacturer Tax Break For Contractor

By Travis Bland

The North Carolina Supreme Court on Thursday backed a $130,000 tax break for an asphalt maker, upholding a lower court's decision that the company qualified for an exemption reserved for manufacturers even though it sold just a small portion of its product.

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NC Top Court Finds Credit Union's Arbitration Add-On Is Valid

By Katryna Perera

The North Carolina Supreme Court on Thursday said a credit union can enforce an arbitration clause tacked on to a customer's contract at a later date, confirming a ruling by a lower appellate panel and requiring the customer suing the nonprofit over allegedly illegal overdraft fees to arbitrate her claims.

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NC High Court Grants Review In Clothier's Virus Coverage Suit

By Hayley Fowler

North Carolina's top court on Thursday agreed to take up a clothing company's coverage appeal for COVID-19 losses against Zurich after a lower appellate panel found the virus did not cause the kind of physical loss or damage necessary to invoke coverage.

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GEORGIA

Man Can't Enforce Fatal Car Crash Settlement, Ga. Panel Says

By Kelcey Caulder

The Georgia Court of Appeals on Thursday affirmed a trial court's rejection of a motion to enforce a presuit settlement in a case accusing a driver of fatally striking a man who was standing next to his vehicle on a highway's emergency lane, finding no agreement ever formed.

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CONNECTICUT

Alex Jones Atty Escapes Suspension, For Now

By Aaron Keller

The Connecticut Appellate Court on Thursday threw out the six-month suspension of Norm Pattis, the lead attorney in Infowars host Alex Jones' Sandy Hook Elementary School defamation trial, ordering new proceedings against the attorney for supervising the transmission of the victims' confidential records to other Jones lawyers.

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OHIO

Split Ohio High Court Says Jury Must Mull Drilling Rights Row

By Madeline Lyskawa

A split Ohio Supreme Court unraveled a trial court ruling in favor of oil and gas rights owner Tera LLC that acted as the basis of a $40 million damages award against Gulfport Energy, reasoning Thursday that there is a "genuine issue of material fact" over the meaning of certain terms in parties' lease agreement.

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EXPERT ANALYSIS

CFPB Poised To Up The Ante After Supreme Court Victory

When the U.S. Supreme Court emphatically ruled last week that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's funding structure did not violate the Constitution, the agency boasted that it was "here to stay," signaling that it is moving full steam ahead with its regulatory, enforcement and supervisory agenda, says Jim Sandy at McGlinchey Stafford.

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The State Of Play In DEI And ESG 1 Year After Harvard Ruling

Almost a year after the U.S. Supreme Court decided Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard, attorney general scrutiny of environmental, social and governance-related efforts indicates a potential path for corporate diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives to be targeted, say attorneys at Crowell & Moring.

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Patent Lessons From 4 Federal Circuit Reversals In April

Four Federal Circuit decisions in April that reversed or vacated underlying rulings provide a number of takeaways, including that obviousness analysis requires a flexible approach, that an invalidity issue of an expired patent can be moot, and more, say Denise De Mory and Li Guo at Bunsow De Mory.

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2nd Circ. Ruling Affirms NY Law's Creditor-Friendly Approach

The Second Circuit’s recent ruling in 245 Park Member v. HNA International provides creditors with some reason for optimism that debtors in New York may face rejection in court for aiming to keep creditors at arm’s length by transferring personal assets into an LLC, says Jeff Newton at Omni Bridgeway.

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LEGAL INDUSTRY

Analysis

Biden's Judicial Impact And What's Left On The Wish List

By Courtney Bublé

President Joe Biden secured confirmation of his 200th federal judge Wednesday and has transformed the judiciary by picking more women and people of color than any other president. But the upcoming election season could derail his hopes of confirming many more judges.

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Meet Biden's Latest Pennsylvania Picks For District Court

By P.J. D'Annunzio & Matthew Santoni

President Joe Biden has continued his trend of nominating public defenders to the federal bench, this time selecting two longtime defense attorneys to occupy vacancies in Pennsylvania.

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DOJ's Live Nation-Ticketmaster Suit: What You Should Know

The U.S. Department of Justice and a slew of state attorneys general filed a suit challenging the 2010 merger of Ticketmaster and Live Nation. Here, catch up on Law360's coverage of the deal and those who have challenged it along the way – Taylor Swift fans, investors and regulators.

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Exiled Chinese Businessman Is No $1B Fraudster, Jury Told

By Stewart Bishop

Exiled Chinese businessman and purported billionaire Guo Wengui ran legitimate companies in support of a broad movement that opposed the Chinese Communist Party, his attorney told a Manhattan federal jury Friday, rather than what prosecutors say was a multifaceted $1 billion fraud.

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Menendez, Kasowitz Firm Spar Over Subpoena To Cooperator

By Elliot Weld

Amid his bribery trial, U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez of New Jersey is urging a Manhattan federal judge to order a government cooperator to turn over communications involving his current counsel at Kasowitz Benson Torres LLP and his former attorneys.

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McElroy Deutsch Seeks Win Against Ex-CFO After Guilty Plea

By Rose Krebs

McElroy Deutsch Mulvaney & Carpenter LLP is urging a New Jersey state court to order its former chief financial officer to pay roughly $1.5 million damages for "unauthorized compensation" he paid himself and force him to disgorge $5.4 million in pay he received from the firm.

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Ex-DOJ Atty Clark Says He Was Denied A Fair Ethics Hearing

By Alison Knezevich

Former Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark was denied a fair hearing in his Washington, D.C., ethics case and should not face punishment, he told an attorney disciplinary committee in a Thursday filing.

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GC Cheat Sheet: The Hottest Corporate News Of The Week

By Sue Reisinger

Antitrust law took center stage this week as college general counsel try to figure out the what and how of paying student athletes under a new court ruling, and the U.S. Department of Justice is trying to break up the entertainment venue dominance of Live Nation and Ticketmaster.

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UK Litigation Roundup: Here's What You Missed In London

By Max Austin

This past week in London has seen an IT engineer seek permission to search a landfill hiding a hard drive supposedly storing millions of pounds in bitcoin, Glencore take on legal action by American Century Investments, gold payment app Glint bring a breach of duty claim against FRP Advisory, and an ongoing dispute between a solicitor and the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Here, Law360 looks at these and other new claims in the U.K.

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In Case You Missed It: Hottest Firms And Stories On Law360

For those who missed out, here's a look back at the law firms, stories and expert analyses that generated the most buzz on Law360 last week.

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Using A Children's Book Approach In Firm Marketing Content

From “The Giving Tree” to “Where the Wild Things Are,” most children’s books are easy to remember because they use simple words and numbers to tell stories with a human impact — a formula law firms should emulate in their marketing content to stay front of mind for potential clients, says Seema Desai Maglio at The Found Word.

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LAW FIRMS IN TODAY'S NEWS

A&O Shearman

Acosta & Associates

Armas Bertran Pieri

Arnold & Porter

Baker & Hostetler

Baker Botts

Bartlit Beck

Blanchard Miller

Boies Schiller

Bondurant Mixson

Brodhead Law LLC

Brooks Pierce

Brooks Wilkins

Bunsow De Mory

Burnham & Gorokhov

Burr & Forman

Cafferty Clobes

Caldwell Carlson

Carle Mackie

Clement & Murphy

Clifford Chance

Clyde & Co

Cohen & Malad

Commins & Knudsen

Connell Foley

Cooley LLP

Cranfill Sumner

Crowell & Moring

DWF LLP

Davidoff Hutcher

Davis Polk

Dickie McCamey

Duane Morris

Elsberg Baker

Eversheds Sutherland

Fieldfisher

Finnegan

Fish & Richardson

Foley & Lardner

Fox Rothschild

Fox Williams

Gateley PLC

Gibson Dunn

Greenberg Traurig

Greer Burns

Gupta Wessler

Hamlins LLP

Hangley Aronchick

Harris St. Laurent

Heise Suarez

Higgins Benjamin

Hill Dickinson

Hogan Lovells

Holland & Knight

Holtzman Vogel

Hooper Hathaway

Horwich Farrelly

Howes Percival

Husch Blackwell

JMW Solicitors LLP

Jones Day

K&L Gates

Kanji & Katzen

Kasowitz Benson

Katten Muchin

KaurMaxwell

King & Spalding

Kirby McInerney

Kirkland & Ellis

Kobre & Kim

Korein Tillery

Kozyak Tropin

Larson King

Latham & Watkins

Lowenstein Sandler

Manning Gross

Marino Tortorella

Maune Raichle

Maynard Nexsen

McDermott Will & Emery

McDonald & MacGregor

McElroy Deutsch

McGlinchey Stafford

McKool Smith

Mead Law

Michael Best & Friedrich LLP

Miller Barondess

Miller Johnson Snell & Cummiskey PLC

MoloLamken

Morgan & Morgan

Morgan Lewis

Morrison Foerster

Murray Murphy

Neal Gerber

NechelesLaw

O'Melveny & Myers

Orrick Herrington

Pallas Partners

Pasich LLP

Paul Hastings

Penningtons Manches

Pillsbury Winthrop

Poole Huffman

Potter Clarkson

Proskauer Rose

Pryor Cashman

Psych-Appeal Inc.

Quinn Emanuel

Reed Smith

Robbins Geller

Robbins Schwartz

Robinson Bradshaw

Robinson Gray

Rosen Hagood

Ross LLP

Saporito Falcone

Schlichter Bogard

Scott&Scott

Shutts & Bowen

Sidley Austin

Skadden Arps

Spencer Fane

Squire Patton

Steptoe & Johnson PLLC

Steptoe LLP

Stranch Jennings

Sullivan & Cromwell

Susman Godfrey

Swift Currie

Teague Campbell

Tucker Ellis

Venable LLP

Vinson & Elkins

Webb Daniel Friedlander

Welsh & Recker

Wilkin Chapman

Williams & Connolly

WilmerHale

Wimberly Lawson Steckel

Winston & Strawn

Womble Bond

Woodard Emhardt

Young Thagard

Zuckerman Spaeder

COMPANIES IN TODAY'S NEWS

AXA SA

AXA XL Ltd.

Academy Sports & Outdoors Inc.

Affiliated FM Insurance Co.

Allianz SE

Amazon.com Inc.

American Civil Liberties Union

American Civil Liberties Union of South Carolina

Atlantic Global Insurance Services

Autoliv Inc.

Avolon Holdings Ltd.

Barclays PLC

Bayer AG

Bayerische Motoren Werke AG

BlackRock Inc.

Boehringer Ingelheim

Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica Inc.

British Broadcasting Corp.

Cboe Global Markets Inc.

Cincinnati Financial Corp.

Citigroup Inc.

Coinbase Global Inc.

Community Financial Corp.

Cook Group Inc.

Defender Association of Philadelphia

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd.

Duke Energy Corp.

EMCOR Group Inc.

Edison Electric Institute Inc.

Enbridge Energy Partners LP

FanDuel Inc.

Ferrari SpA

FirstEnergy Corp.

Florida Power & Light Co.

Ford Motor Co.

Fordham University

Glencore PLC

Google LLC

Gulfport Energy Corp.

HSBC Holdings PLC

Icertis Inc.

Idaho Power Company

Integrys Energy Group Inc.

International Brotherhood of Boilermakers Iron Ship Builders Blacksmiths Forgers & Helpers

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

Johns Manville Corp.

Jubilee Holdings Ltd.

KKR & Co. Inc.

LKQ Corp.

LifeWallet

Live Nation Entertainment Inc.

Lockheed Martin Corp.

Major Lindsey & Africa LLC

Mars Inc.

McKesson Corp.

Mediterranean Shipping Co. SA

Medtronic PLC

Mercedes-Benz USA LLC

MilliporeSigma

Mondelez International Inc.

NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Inc.

NASDAQ Inc.

NBCUniversal Media LLC

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

National Collegiate Athletic Association

National Mining Association

National Rural Electric Cooperative Association

Netflix Inc.

NextEra Energy Inc.

Nokia Corp.

Norfolk Southern Corp.

Northeastern University

Omni Bridgeway Ltd.

Pac-12 Enterprises LLC

Pacific Legal Foundation

Paddy Power Betfair PLC

Paysafe Group PLC

Pegasus Capital Advisors LP

PetroChina Company Limited

Polycom Inc.

QBE Insurance Group Ltd.

Shamrock Capital Advisors LLC

Solicitors Regulation Authority Ltd.

Sonos Inc.

Southern Coalition for Social Justice

Space Exploration Technologies Corp.

State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co.

Sumitomo Pharma Co. Ltd.

Swissport International Ltd.

Tampa Electric Co.

Teleflex Inc.

Tesla Inc.

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd.

Texas Public Policy Foundation

The Cato Corp.

The District of Columbia Bar

The Florida Bar

The Leadership Conference on Civil & Human Rights

The New York Times Co.

United Mine Workers of America

United Talent Agency LLC

University of Virginia

Wells Fargo & Co.

Zurich Insurance Group AG

eBay Inc.

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES IN TODAY'S NEWS

Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Tribe

California Supreme Court

Companies House

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

European Commission

European Union

Executive Office of the President

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Federal Communications Commission

Federal Highway Administration

Florida Public Service Commission

Florida Supreme Court

Georgia Court of Appeals

Illinois Attorney General's Office

Illinois Supreme Court

Internal Revenue Service

Manhattan District Attorney's Office

National Labor Relations Board

New Jersey Legislature

New Jersey Supreme Court

North Carolina Attorney General's Office

North Carolina Department of Justice

Ohio House of Representatives

Ohio Supreme Court

Texas Department of Transportation

U.S. Attorney's Office

U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York

U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit

U.S. Department of Commerce

U.S. Department of Justice

U.S. Department of Labor

U.S. Department of Transportation

U.S. District Court for the Central District of California

U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia

U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York

U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana

U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

U.S. Office of Personnel Management

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

U.S. Supreme Court

United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio