UC Hastings Law Hosts Screening of New Documentary Film: “When Rules Don’t Apply” About the Historic High-Tech Antitrust Employment Lawsuit

When Rules Don’t Apply Film

The half-hour film includes interviews with Lieff Cabraser Antitrust & Employment Law partner Dean Harvey on the civil Apple/Google/Intel et al. lawsuit initiated by our firm

UC Hastings College of the Law along with Filmmakers Collaborative and Tech Workers Coalition will be hosting a screening of the new documentary, “When Rules Don’t Apply,” a film highlighting the recent groundbreaking antitrust employment case brought by Lieff Cabraser and its co-counsel against Google, Apple, Intel, eBay and other major Silicon Valley hi-tech players over their illegal suppression of employee wages and improper restrictions on employee mobility. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion on “A New Role for an Old Rule: Antitrust in the 21st Century,” moderated by Professor Veena Dubal of UC Hastings College of the Law and featuring experts from the film including Lieff Cabraser partner Dean M. Harvey, along with other distinguished guests.  The event will take place on Thursday, May 30th from 6:00-9:00 pm at the UC Hastings Alumni Reception Center in San Francisco. [Read more…]

New Film ‘When Rules Don’t Apply’ Spotlights Successful Antitrust Challenges to Illegal High-Tech Labor Practices

When Rules Don’t Apply Film

Half-hour film includes commentary from Lieff Cabraser Antitrust & Employment Law partner Dean Harvey on the civil Apple/Google/Intel et al. lawsuit initiated by our firm

In the wake of the successful and precedent-setting lawsuit against numerous tech giants of Silicon Valley, David Donnenfield of Full Frame Productions and Kevin White of Filmmakers Collaborative SF have released “When Rules Don’t Apply,” a new short film highlighting the pivotal legal antitrust actions brought by Lieff Cabraser and its co-counsel against Google, Apple, eBay and other major hi-tech players over the illegal suppression of employee wages and restrictions on employee mobility. [Read more…]

Ninth Circuit Denies Review of District Court’s Class Certification Order in High-Tech Employee Antitrust Litigation

Today, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit denied review of the district court’s order certifying a class of technical employees who worked at seven high-tech companies—including Adobe, Apple, Google, and Intel—from approximately 2005 through 2009. As a result, the class certification order stands. [Read more…]