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The Paul, Weiss Litigation Department is led by a team of the country’s most accomplished trial lawyers. Our litigators in New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. handle the most complex and demanding lawsuits, class actions, government investigations, criminal prosecutions and restructurings. Our clients include Fortune 50 corporations and other prominent companies in the financial services, investment, medical device, pharmaceutical, sports, technology, energy, media and insurance industries. Every day, we are called on by chief executives, board chairs, general counsel, investors and entrepreneurs for our unmatched trial skills, sophisticated business judgment and renowned strategic advice.

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Amazon Defeats D.C. Attorney General’s Antitrust Suit Over Pricing Policies

As reported by The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Reuters and other major media outlets, Paul, Weiss won the dismissal of a major antitrust lawsuit filed by the D.C. Attorney General challenging Amazon’s pricing policies nationwide.

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Credit Suisse Publishes Independent Review of Archegos Losses

As reported by the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal and many other media outlets, Credit Suisse published a 165-page independent investigative report by Paul, Weiss addressing the bank’s relationship with Archegos Capital Management, the family office of Sung Kook “Bill” Hwang, a former hedge fund manager.

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Paul, Weiss Wins Dismissal of Class Action Against Morgan Stanley Alleging Scheme to Reduce Competition in Treasury Securities Market

Paul, Weiss achieved a significant victory for Morgan Stanley by securing the dismissal of all claims in an antitrust class action.

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Publications

Karen Dunn Profiled in American Lawyer Article About Trial Lawyers

Litigation partner Karen Dunn was profiled in The American Lawyer’s most recent “Litigation Daily” column. In the article, Karen discussed the unique skills experienced trial lawyers bring to their work in the courtroom. 

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IBM Wins Appeal Reviving Fraud Claim in $2.5 Billion Lawsuit

Paul, Weiss succeeded in persuading the New York Supreme Court’s Appellate Division, First Department, to unanimously reverse the dismissal of a fraud case brought by client IBM against semiconductor supplier GlobalFoundries. 

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Becton, Dickinson Wins Major Appellate Victory in Antitrust Class Action

Paul, Weiss secured a major appellate victory in the Seventh Circuit for Becton, Dickinson and Company (BD), when the Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal with prejudice of an antitrust class action against BD.

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Brad Karp Noted as “Agent for Change” on “Pivot” Podcast

Firm Chairman Brad Karp was recognized by podcast guest Jeffrey Sonnenfeld as an “agent for change” on the “Pivot” podcast, hosted by technology journalist Kara Swisher and NYU professor Scott Galloway.

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Oracle Wins Order Holding Rimini Street in Contempt in High-Stakes IP Lawsuit

Paul, Weiss secured a significant victory for software company Oracle in its long-running copyright infringement dispute with Rimini Street Inc., a third-party provider of software support services.

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Uber Wins Victory in Appeal Brought by Boston Taxi Conglomerate

Paul, Weiss obtained a victory in the First Circuit on behalf of Uber, successfully defending the Massachusetts district court’s ruling in the largest case Uber ever tried to judgment.

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SEC Proposes New SPAC Rules

The SEC has proposed significant new rules that, fundamentally, aim to treat de-SPAC transactions more like IPOs and could have a profound impact on SPACs. Among other things, the proposed rules would impose new liabilities in connection with de-SPAC transactions; include several disclosure enhancements at the SPAC IPO and de-SPAC stages; and wade into the debate over the status of SPACs as investment companies.

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Client News

Kraft Heinz Savings Plan Trustees and Company Officers Win Motion to Dismiss ERISA Class Action

Paul, Weiss achieved a significant victory for certain current and former trustees of The Kraft Heinz Company’s savings plan and Kraft Heinz officers.

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Paul, Weiss Wins Verdict and Counterclaim Award for Bloomberg LP in Multimillion-Dollar Broadcast Licensing Dispute

Paul, Weiss secured a resounding trial victory for our client Bloomberg L.P., ending a high-stakes international broadcast licensing dispute.

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Former Delaware Chancellor Andre G. Bouchard Joins Paul, Weiss

Former Chancellor Andre Bouchard has joined Paul, Weiss as a partner in the Litigation Department, resident in Wilmington, Delaware.

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