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Alleged Failure to Disclose Drug Safety Issues

Cornerstone Research was retained by a pharmaceutical company facing securities litigation after it withdrew a drug from the market because of safety concerns.

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Tronox Holdings plc.’s Proposed Acquisition of TiZir Titanium and Iron

The FTC voted to close its investigation after the parties abandoned the transaction.

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In the Matter of Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare

Following the FTC’s lawsuit, the parties abandoned the proposed merger of two health systems.

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ICC Arbitration Involving Commercially Reasonable Efforts to Develop and Commercialize a Drug

An ICC arbitration tribunal determined that the claimant did not materially breach its license agreement with the respondent, leaving the agreement in full effect.

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California Public Utilities Commission Proceeding

Cornerstone Research consulted on competition in and regulation of the telecommunications market in California.

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Nemet et al. v. Volkswagen Group of America Inc. et al.

A federal judge dismissed a proposed class action against Volkswagen and excluded plaintiffs’ expert evidence.

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Students for Fair Admissions Inc. v. President and Fellows of Harvard College et al.

The U.S. District Court judge ruled in favor of Harvard on all counts.

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Pro Bono: LCCRSF Report on the Role of Race in Non-Traffic Citations

Cornerstone Research provided pro bono analytical support for the LCCRSF’s report on racial disparities in non-traffic infractions.

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FTC v. Qualcomm

The appellate court unanimously ruled in favor of Qualcomm, citing reasons that closely followed our expert’s testimony.

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U.S.–Canada Softwood Lumber Dispute

The WTO and NAFTA issued favorable rulings for the Government of Canada in this decades-long case involving timber pricing and ownership.

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U.S.A.–Canada Softwood Lumber Dispute

Cornerstone Research worked with an expert who analyzed the potential impact of eliminating export restrictions on softwood lumber.

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Vignola v. FAT Brands Inc. et al.

The judge denied class certification in this securities class action alleging omissions in the prospectus of a Regulation A+ IPO.

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