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Judge: $765M might not cover NFL concussion claims

...NFL service and should not be handled through league arbitration. They could end up with nothing.Sol Weiss, a lead lawyer for the ex-players, remained confident the class action settlement will ultimately be approved. He said he was confident...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...antitrust lawyer to review BP Amoco's takeover of Atlantic Richfield Co. David Boies, the U.S. Justice Department's lead lawyer on the Microsoft Corp. antitrust case, will be part of a team of experts the state is assembling to study the acquisition...
U.S. Supreme Court expected to decide on Exxon Valdez appeal Anchorage jury. "I'd like to see this case end. And it should end," said David Oesting of Anchorage, the lead lawyer representing commercial fishermen, subsistence Natives, cannery workers, land owners, hatchery operators, towns...
Coast Guard Crash hearing begins

...they called testified the helicopter was probably flying 125 to 150 knots about 150 feet from the shore. Leone's lead lawyer, civilian attorney John M. Smith from Arlington, Va., pointed out that witness had also sent conflicting correspondence...
Court reinstates price-fixing suit

...beyond that period. "That does reduce the exposure (potential damages) somewhat," said Weidner, the fishermen's lead lawyer. "But there's still very, very significant exposure." Since the case was filed three dozen mostly minor defendants...
Pt. Thomson win may bring gas line closer

...hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, Assistant Attorney General Richard Todd, the state's lead lawyer on the case, said a Christmastime ruling by a state judge in Anchorage was a major win for the state. "It was a fabulous...
Appeal could hold up Exxon payments

...receive larger or smaller shares than they deserve, the Sea Hawk lawyers argue. Anchorage attorney David Oesting, the lead lawyer for Exxon Valdez plaintiffs, said he will fight Sea Hawk's effort. "They just want a whole lot more money that...
U.S. Supreme Court to hear Alaska man's DNA appeal

...some sort of probability that he might be innocent, things might be different," said Ken Rosenstein, the state's lead lawyer on the case. "But it's merely a wish and a prayer at this point." And that's not reason enough to call a jury...
High court looks at prisoners' right to DNA test

...incriminated by the other man and Osborne confessed in a detailed written statement in 2004. Ken Rosenstein, the state's lead lawyer for the case, said Osborne chose not to use options available to him if he had wanted to argue his innocence, including...


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