After some 350 docket entries, a firm that was representing certain
opt-out plaintiffs in the DRAM antitrust case was disqualified in
Unisys Corp. v. Hynix Semiconductor, Inc., 3:06-CV-2915 (N.D. Cal.
12/18/2008). The D.C. firm had merged in a California firm in Oct.
2008, which brought in as a partner an attorney who had represented an ...
Claims for alleged breach of fiduciary duty proceeded past summary
judgment motions in Vaxiion Therapeutics v. Foley & Lardner,
3-07-CV-280 (S.D. Cal., Dec. 4, 2008). A subject-matter conflict, or
technology conflict, was alleged based on patent attorneys in the
firm’s San Diego and D.C. offices filing applications for separate
companies, both claiming “minicell” technologies. The [...]