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    • gavel & book
    • 26 January 2017
      Law360
      Adding to its long history of success in high-stakes trials, Latham locked down some unexpected and come-from-behind victories over the past year for Emirates Bank, chipmaker NVIDIA and Philip Morris.
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    • Parsigian, Kenneth
    • 22 December 2016
      Law360
      Partner Kenneth Parsigian's work in helping defeat a class of healthy Marlboro smokers who were seeking to stick Philip Morris with a nearly $190 million tab for annual preventive lung screenings won a spot on this year’s list of Product Liability MVPs.
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    • Howard, Robert
    • 13 December 2016
      Law360
      Partner Robert Howard, chair of the San Diego office's Environment, Land & Resources Department, is recognized as an Environmental MVP for his work as lead national counsel for Monsanto Co.
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    • October 29, 2015
      Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
      Latham represented the Illinois High School Association in the first putative concussion class action involving high school sports.
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    • October 28, 2015
      Law360
      An Illinois court dismissed the first putative class action claiming a high school association failed to minimize the risk of concussion for student-athletes, finding that the suit sought to implement policies that should be imposed through legislation.
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    • 28 July 2015
      Courthouse News Service
      The article discusses the recent ruling by Judge Jennifer Thurston having dismissed lead plaintiff Darren Handy's complaint against LogMeIn and Los Angeles litigation partner Brian Glennon is quoted.
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    • May 18, 2015
      Top Class Actions
      A California federal judge denied a motion saying that the NFL and Adidas AG unit Reebok International Ltd. is liable in an antitrust class action lawsuit, alleging that Reebok hindered competition with its exclusive licensing agreement with the NFL.
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    • May 14, 2015
      Law360
      A California federal judge refused to find the NFL and Adidas AG unit Reebok International Ltd. liable in a putative class action brought by apparel customers who claimed Reebok’s exclusive NFL licensing deal violated antitrust laws, ruling that the plaintiff’s motion was procedurally improper.
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