- Third Circuit Court of Appeals is all over antitrust rulings today. It threw out a Delaware drug company’s class action antitrust suit. [Legal Intelligencer] And the full court reinstated a class action antitrust settlement against De Beers, reversing the findings of an earlier panel that found that classes had been improperly certified. [Legal Intelligencer]
- Ooh, I love Indian tribal law! They all have their own constitutions and stuff, being sovereign and all, and you can do international law with them and…anyway. Yesterday, a Minnesota appeals court upheld a Chippewa tribal court’s ruling against a Lawrence County casino owner and imposed a $19 million judgment against the casino and its owner. [Post-Gazette] I’ll bet a gaming law/Indian law specialty might be a cool niche practice around here, what with all the casinos.
- Judges rejected two separate class-action bids against UPMC and West Penn. [Trib]
- Occupy Pittsburgh plans a protest on the court steps tomorrow, to coincide with the legal argument over BNY Mellon’s motion for a temporary restraining order to get hippies off its lawn. [Business Times]