Aftermath: Thursday's D.C. v. Heller decision emboldened pro-gun rights groups to challenge Chicago's handgun ban by filing a suit only hours after the Supreme Court ruled, The Associated Press reports via the Chicago Tribune. The New York Times provides this analysis.
E-mail at Work: A fired employee at a finance company is suing his former employer because he found out executives there accessed his personal Yahoo e-mail account after he had left the company, The New York Times reports. Observers say the case raises novel issues for electronic discovery and privacy rights.
Anti-trust Bust: Four airlines have agreed to pay more than $500 million to settle charges they conspired to drive up cargo shipping prices, according to The Associated Press. FBI and Justice Department officials say the agreement with Air France-KLM, Cathay Pacific Airways, Martinair Holland and SAS Cargo Group is the one of the largest antitrust settlements in U.S. history.
Victory: A federal judge on Thursday sided with Facebook over its long-running dispute with one-time rival ConnectU in an intellectual property case, The Recorder reports via Law.com. The judge ruled Facebook can enforce a February settlement reached with ConnectU, which had accused Facebook's founder of stealing its secrets.
Malpractice Suit: Celanese Corp., a former client of Kaye Scholer, is suing the New York firm claiming it fouled up discovery of documents that led to Celanese's $107 million antitrust settlement, The New York Law Journal reports via Law.com.