Huang et al. v. TriNet Plans et al.
The judge ruled in favor of the defense in this ERISA matter involving excessive fees, fund performance, process-related issues, and recordkeeping fees.
In re Oracle Corporation Derivative Litigation
The Delaware Court of Chancery’s Vice Chancellor ruled entirely in favor of Cornerstone Research’s clients, the defendants in this high-profile derivative lawsuit.
In the Matter of Lockheed
The FTC retained Cornerstone Research in its review of this proposed merger.
Javier Cardenas et al. v. Toyota Motor Corp. et al.
Following a federal trial in Florida, a jury found Toyota not liable for claims and damages related to an alleged defect in the HVAC system of certain Camry vehicles.
United States v. Bertelsmann Se & Co. KGaA et al.
A U.S. district court judge blocked the proposed $2.18 billion merger between two publishing companies.
In Re Twitter Inc. v. Elon Musk et al.
In addition to supporting the three testifying experts, Cornerstone Research conducted research and consulted to counsel on a number of issues.
EFN West Palm Motor Sales LLC v. Hyundai Motor America Corp. et al.
Defense counsel retained Cornerstone Research to support Professor John Asker of the University of California, Los Angeles.
In Re Allergan PLC Securities Litigation
Defendant Allergan won summary judgment in this 10b-5 securities litigation matter where the plaintiff alleged misrepresentation.
United States et al. v. Sava Senior Care Inc. et al.
Defense counsel retained Cornerstone Research to support Justin McCrary of Columbia University.
Mutual Health Insurance Company Shareholder Derivative Action
Professor Hoyt analyzed the economics of the mutual health insurance industry.
Patent Infringement and Trade Secret Misappropriation Claims in Venture Capital
After deposition, the parties agreed to settle the claims without any exchange of monetary consideration.
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