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  • Jury Awards $25.7 Million in Trade Secret Theft Lawsuit

    The law firm of Lewis & Llewellyn LLP secured a $25.7 million jury verdict on behalf of plaintiff EchoSpan in a trade secret case in the Northern District of California...

    Published May 20, 2024 at 5:43 AM GMT+0000

  • Plaintiff EDAG Awarded $30.2 Million in Breach of Contract Case and Defeats $30 Million in Counterclaims

    Following a two-week arbitration, Plaintiff EDAG Engineering was awarded over $30 million in damages and all of the counterclaims against it were denied in their entirety...

    By Caroline Simson

    Published May 20, 2024 at 5:43 AM GMT+0000

  • Lewis & Llewellyn Obtains Landmark Summary Judgment Victory Against AIG Insurance Company

    A California federal judge ruled that insurer AIG must cover Bluetooth headset maker Plantronics Inc. in connection with a series of class action lawsuits

    By Juan-Carlos Rodriguez

    Published May 20, 2024 at 5:44 AM GMT+0000

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Announcing the Launch of the Annual Lewis & Llewellyn Equity Fellowship

At Lewis & Llewellyn, we are committed to providing a space for high-achieving young adults to explore their interest in the law. We are particularly committed to enabling individuals from groups under-represented in the legal profession …Read more

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Applications are Now Open for the Lewis & Llewellyn Annual Equity Fellowship

At Lewis & Llewellyn, we are dedicated to providing a space for high-achieving young adults to explore their interest in the law.  We are particularly committed to enabling individuals from groups under-represented in the legal …Read more

Announcements

Applications Now Open For The Lewis & Llewellyn Annual Equity Fellowship

Lewis & Llewellyn is dedicated to providing an opportunity for high-achieving young adults to explore their interest in the law.  We are particularly committed to enabling individuals from groups under-represented in the legal profession to …Read more

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Daily Journal Published Op-Ed by Marc Lewis on Crescent City Sexual Abuse Case

Lewis & Llewellyn partner Marc Lewis wrote an Op-Ed in the Daily Journal regarding a Crescent City sexual abuse case that has concerning similarities to the Brock Turner case that sparked nationwide outrage last year. Read more

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Evan Burbidge Appointed Co-Chair of BASF Barristers Litigation Section

Lewis & Llewellyn attorney Evan Burbidge was recently appointed as co-chair of the Bar Association of San Francisco's Barristers Litigation Section.  The mission of the section is to develop and maintain a strong community among …Read more

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Evan Burbidge Appointed to Executive Committee of BASF Barristers Litigation Section

We are pleased to announce that Lewis & Llewellyn associate Evan Burbidge was recently appointed to the Executive Committee of the Bar Association of San Francisco's (BASF) Barristers Litigation Section.  Evan is a longtime member …Read more

Litigation Tips

Amendments to F.R.CP. Rule 45: Federal Subpoenas

Here at Lewis & Llewellyn, we frequently handle subpoena issuance and compliance in federal court, particularly for our Fortune 500 clients in the technology and financial sectors.  Effective December 1, 2013, Congress has made significant changes …Read more

Litigation Tips

An Individual Cure is a Class Cure Under California’s New Privacy Act

As most business leaders know, the most stringent privacy law in the United States—the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”)—went into effect this year and applies to all companies that do business in the Golden State.  …Read more

Litigation Tips

Availability of Attorneys’ Fees in Defending Against Employee Non-Solicitation Claims

In the previous litigation tip we discussed several recent cases that concluded employee non-solicitation provisions in employment agreements are per se invalid under California law.  It is axiomatic that parties in litigation generally pay their …Read more

Litigation Tips

Avoid Setting Off Alarm Bells When Switching Jobs

When departing a company to join a competitor, employees should proceed with caution before downloading “personal” information saved on their work computer.  While this material is not a company trade secret, downloading it shortly before …Read more

Litigation Tips

Beware Confidentiality Provisions in Settlement Agreements

When a case settles, most settlement agreements include a confidentiality provision for key terms.  Attorneys often believe they are bound by such terms either when they approve the settlement as to form or even when …Read more

Litigation Tips

Beware the Pitfalls of CCP Section 664.6

Most litigators are generally familiar with Section 664.6 of the California Code of Civil Procedure, which provides a summary procedure to enforce a settlement agreement after dismissal of a lawsuit.  Without such a provision, a …Read more

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