Headlines Tagged with Fees — 802 headlines found
Former associate John Hoag claims he was induced into signing an agreement in October 1999 with Stanley M. Rosenblatt PA -- the small firm that launched massive anti-tobacco class actions -- that promised him a $100,000 bonus to...
Apr 23, 2013 Law360
added Oct 7, 2014 16:31
The fiercest political rebellion in Alberta’s modern history may be stalled for now, but both sides know it’s far from over.
Dec 4, 2012 Calgary (Alb) Herald
added Dec 5, 2012 04:31
Jury: Awards $590 million to those suing tobacco companies
May 29, 2004 Marshall (TX) News Messenger
added Jun 2, 2004 00:00
A grand jury hit Vrdolyak, 79, last November with a 19-page federal indictment that outlined his role in a scheme to pocket millions of dollars from Illinois’ $9.3 billion settlement with tobacco companies nearly two decades ago. The indictment alleges Vr
Apr 5, 2017 Chicago Sun-Times
added Apr 6, 2017 02:03
A referee on Monday concluded that two attorneys who represented a group of flight attendants who had been part of a $300 million class settlement with tobacco companies violated Florida Bar rules when they worked on a suit against a medical research inst
Jan 10, 2017 Law360
added Jan 12, 2017 06:18
Upon reviewing the Court’s calendar, the parties also agreed that February 16, 2017, was the most mutually convenient available hearing date. . . . THE COURT FINDS GOOD CAUSE EXISTS FOR THE PARTIES’ STIPULATION AND ON THAT BASIS THE FOREGOING STIPULATIO
Dec 22, 2016 Tobacco On Trial
added Dec 23, 2016 01:55
Alberta Justice Minister Kathleen Ganley confirmed that she won't make any changes with regards to the legal consortium representing the province in a gigantic lawsuit against the industry of tobacco. Ganley has previously stated that she was in favor of
Apr 13, 2016 Lawyer Herald
added Apr 13, 2016 15:02
[Canada] Former Alberta ethics commissioner lacked relevant details in Redford tobacco lawsuit investigation
A former Alberta ethics commissioner lacked relevant information in his conflict-of-interest investigation into how Alison Redford awarded the province’s lawsuit against big tobacco companies, a new report has found.
Apr 4, 2016 Edmonton (Alberta) Journal (ca)
added Apr 4, 2016 23:16
[Illinois] 'Vrdolyak again in feds' crosshairs — as 'Individual A' authorities say concealed tobacco deal payments
But Vrdolyak and Soso, 63, of Alsip, allegedly made a secret agreement with a third person to be paid “a portion of the attorney fees awarded in the tobacco lawsuit and concealed these agreements from the state of Illinois, the Illinois attorney general
May 31, 2015 Chicago Sun-Times
added May 31, 2015 07:32
The only other change in the top 16 firms involved Jones Day and Norton Rose Fulbright, which switched sixth and seventh places.
Apr 27, 2015 AmericanLawyer.com
added Apr 28, 2015 07:41