Jason A. Levine was quoted on October 24 by Law360 in an article regarding nuisance-value lawsuit settlements. A nuisance-value lawsuit is a case in which a litigant brings a tenuous claim and then offers to settle the case for less than it would cost the defendant to litigate the matter. Mr. Levine noted that while a nuisance-value settlement may cost less than litigating the matter at hand, it can lead to additional lawsuits. "You have to think about the precedent being set. It's really a complicated calculus a company has to make about whether a nuisance-value settlement makes sense," he said.