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The International Comparative Legal Guide to Cartels & Leniency 2014 Edition

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The Business of American Courts in Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum

JURIST Guest Columnists Michael Hausfeld and Kristen Ward Broz of Hausfeld, LLP argue that the jurisdiction of US courts should apply to any entity that has a presence within the US.

Private Enforcement of Antitrust Law in the United States, A Handbook

*Chairman, Hausfeld LLP. Brent Landau, Faris Ghareeb, Carina Clark, Michael Doneson, and Jack Kitchen assisted in the preparation of this chapter.

The NFLPA’s Potential Legal Liability to Former Players for Traumatic Brain Injury

Hackney Publications Launches Concussion Litigation Reporter, Providing Timely Analysis on Developments and Strategies in the Emerging Legal Practice Area of Sports Concussions.

The Shame of College Sports

College quarterbacks are denounced for partying with agents or trading autographs for tattoos, but the real scandal is the NCAA’s fundamentally unjust concept of amateurism.

The Truth about Metadata

Listen to Karl Schieneman, Director of Analytics and Review with JurInnov talk about how important or irrelevant metadata is with two e-discovery experts with different perspectives. John Rosenthal is the head of E-Discovery at Winston Strawn and typically on the defense side. Bill Butterfield is a ...

Truth and Reconciliation

As South Africa and the world celebrated the 20th anniversary of the release of Nelson Mandela from Robben Island prison, Michael Hausfeld and Steig Olson say the global corporations that supported the apartheid regime still have to be brought to book.


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