A Texas federal judge on Wednesday ordered a third-party contractor to turn over documents in Noble Drilling Services Inc.'s $50 million suit against Bridon-American Corp. and Certex USA Inc. over wire ropes that allegedly snapped and damaged oil rigs.
Comverse Technology Inc. agreed Thursday in New York to pay $2.8 million in penalties and civil disgorgement to resolve two cases over allegations that it violated U.S. foreign bribery laws to win Greek telecommunications contracts.
A unit of reorganized ethanol producer Aventine Renewable Energy Inc. filed suit Wednesday in Delaware to recover as much as $28 million in payments to Green Plains Renewable Energy Inc. and $20 million the ethanol supplier allegedly owes under a railcar sublease.
A Mississippi federal judge on Monday cut 75 percent of the legal fees Ashbritt Inc. was seeking from losing plaintiff JGT Inc. in a dispute over a subcontract for a federal Hurricane Katrina cleanup project.
A federal judge on Wednesday ruled that FloorPro Inc., which subcontracted to perform flooring work at a U.S. Marine Corps logistics base in 2002, was entitled to damages from the government for its failure to pay the company.
Fidelity National Title Insurance Co. on Wednesday settled its coverage suit in Texas against a company facing a pension fund's accusations of breach of fiduciary duty and negligent misrepresentation over a real estate deal.
The sponsor of a Manhattan condominium project filed suit Wednesday seeking $12 million from a contractor for allegedly shoddy work and defective materials in breach of a contract.
An Iowa federal judge on Wednesday rejected Hitachi America Ltd.'s request to reconsider a November 2009 decision upholding a $9 million arbitration award against it, marking the company's second defeat in the power plant contract spat.
A New York state court judge on Friday ordered investment firm The NIR Group LLC to turn over information in a breach of contract dispute over a financing transaction — even though the firm is not part of the case.
Children’s television and merchandise licensing company 4Kids Entertainment Inc. announced Wednesday it had filed a petition to enter Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the wake of a contract lawsuit filed by owners of the rights to the cartoon series "Yu-Gi-Oh!"
A federal judge in Pennsylvania on Wednesday refused to dismiss a lawsuit alleging ThyssenKrupp Materials NA breached warranties by marketing defective steel pipes that permanently damaged a gas well shaft.
Tokyo-based engineering company JGC Corp. on Wednesday agreed to pay a $218.8 million fine to resolve charges in Texas that it bribed Nigerian officials for contracts to build liquefied natural gas facilities.
A New York state judge on Monday threw out most of software company Netologic Inc.'s lawsuit claiming Goldman Sachs Group Inc. lured it into a licensing agreement, only to develop and market rival financial brokerage products.
Scott Timber Co. on Tuesday won a judgment of more than $6.8 million in its lawsuit accusing the U.S. of wrongfully suspending and breaching three timber contracts for forest areas in Oregon.
A California federal judge left one claim standing but temporarily dismissed the rest of a night law school's suit Tuesday accusing TCS Education System of violating a nondisclosure agreement by using confidential information to ink a deal with the school's rival.
Shire LLC accused Watson Pharmaceuticals Inc. in New York on Tuesday of infringing its patents for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder drug Adderall XR and violating an earlier licensing agreement with the Irish biopharmaceutical company.
Waterscape Resort LLC, owner of midtown Manhattan's new Cassa NY Hotel, checked into Chapter 11 on Monday, facing some $20 million in contractor claims — about half of which stem from a soured relationship with ex-construction manager Pavarini McGovern LLC.
A Texas appeals court ruled Tuesday that an attorney awarded $13.5 million by a trial court was not entitled to the money because his contingency fee contract with his clients was unambiguous — if they won nothing, he got nothing.
A North Carolina appeals court on Tuesday upheld sanctions against Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. for sending negotiators without decision-making power to an asbestos litigation settlement conference with SPX Corp.
A California appeals court on Tuesday granted R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. a reprieve from paying $700,000 in attorneys' fees in a dispute with the state, which alleged the tobacco giant violated a 1998 settlement agreement by using cartoons in ads.