‘The Human Side:’ Shook Hardy Partner Exits to Lead Legal Services Group | Law.com

Matthew Keenan, a partner at Shook Hardy & Bacon, has been litigating on behalf of corporations for more than 30 years in product liability cases, representing clients such as Sanofi, Boston Scientific and SK Food Group. But Keenan, 63, a partner in the firm’s medical device and pharmaceutical division, is leaving Shook’s partnership and taking on … Read more

Inside Track: For Lawyers Working for Musk, It’s Been a Year of Mayhem | Law.com

Inside Track: For Lawyers Working for Musk, It’s Been a Year of Mayhem | Law.com Page Printed From: https://www.law.com/2022/12/22/inside-track-for-lawyers-working-for-musk-its-been-a-year-of-mayhem/ Twitter has been engulfed in chaos since Elon Musk bought it in October. Photo: Patrick Pleul/Pool via AP ANALYSIS The exodus of legal talent from Twitter “raises the risk that things are going to fall through … Read more

How Body-Worn Cameras Are Changing Fourth Amendment Law

I read a lot of new Fourth Amendment cases, and in the last year or two I’ve noticed something interesting:  Body-worn cameras seem to be changing Fourth Amendment law.  To be clear, the cameras aren’t having an explicit effect. Courts don’t have camera-specific rules.  But body-worn cameras are changing how courts review police-citizen interactions.  The … Read more

6th Circuit Sides With Anti-Abortion Group in Halting County’s ‘Buffer Zone’ Law | Law.com

A federal appeals court panel sided with an anti-abortion group Wednesday in halting a Kentucky county’s law that creates a buffer zone prohibiting standing outside health care facilities. Chief Judge Jeffrey Sutton and Judges John Nalbandian and Richard Griffin, of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, said that the Louisville-Jefferson County law … Read more

Review of Seton Hall University School of Law’s Finances Yields Nearly $1 Million in ‘Misappropriated Funds’ | Law.com

Seton Hall University revealed Wednesday that nearly $1 million has been misappropriated by a group of Seton Hall Law employees over several years, though it appears the departure of Law Dean Kathleen Boozang is unrelated. The independent review, which is now complete and closes the formal analysis of the school’s finances, uncovered the improper activities … Read more

Apex Legends was EA Games’ most popular in-house IP in 2022

Connect with gaming and metaverse leaders online at GamesBeat Summit: Into the Metaverse 3 this February 1-2. Register here. Electronic Arts has released its year-end report, showing the performance of its major titles on PC, console and mobile. We got a glimpse into how its franchises are doing, including The Sims, FIFA and Battlefield. According … Read more

Evan Greebel—Ex-Lawyer for Shkreli—Asks US Supreme Court to Protect Law Firm 401(k)s From Garnishment | Law.com

Disbarred attorney Evan Greebel—who once represented “Pharma Bro” Martin Shkreli—on Wednesday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to consider his appeal of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit’s ruling that the government may garnish the retirement savings he accumulated during his employment at the law firms Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson and … Read more

Utah AG Must Turn Over Internal Emails in Former Prosecutor’s Whistleblower Suit, Court Orders | Law.com

The Utah Attorney General’s Office will be required to turn over certain documents from a flash drive as part of a lawsuit filed by a former assistant attorney general alleging that he was wrongfully terminated in retaliation for his whistleblowing activities. The former prosecutor, Paul G. Amman, claimed that he was terminated for reporting misconduct at the … Read more

Madison Square Garden Entertainment’s Policy Barring Plaintiffs’ Lawyers From Venues Is Unlawful, Attorney Says | Law.com

As Madison Square Garden Entertainment continues to blacklist attorneys involved in litigation against the company, one New Jersey lawyer is going after James Dolan’s liquor license. In a complaint filed with the New York State Liquor Authority, partner Samuel Davis alleges that MSGE’s policy is a clear violation of the New York Alcohol Beverage Law. … Read more