As a new law requiring Medicaid recipients to prove U.S. citizenship continues to come under fire, several hospital trade groups across the nation are seeking to soften the blow on low-income individuals who may not be able to provide the required documentation to receive critical care.
Allied Holdings Inc. has received bankruptcy court permission to add $30 million to its debtor-in-possession financing, the company said on Friday.
Two years after a widespread crackdown on dishonest research analysts, Wachovia Capital Markets LLC has agreed to shell out $25 million to settle state regulators' charges of conflicts of interest between the company's research and investment banking operations.
Verizon Communications has stuck a Maryland county with an antitrust lawsuit, claiming that the county is blocking the company from entering its market to compete with Comcast.
Richard M. Scrushy, who was found guilty on Thursday in a bribery scheme, has been dealt a softer blow in a separate spar with Jones Day, his former counsel, with the firm voluntarily dismissing its case against the former HealthSouth Group CEO over unpaid legal bills.
Auto-parts supplier Collins & Aikman Corp. is seeking its fourth extension for filing its Chapter 11 plan, citing a large and complex bankruptcy case and the potential sale of pieces of its business.
The Boeing Company will pay $615 million to settle U.S. Department of Justice probes into allegations that Boeing illegally obtained and used competitors' information to win contracts worth billions of dollars from NASA and the Air Force.
A federal judge has given preliminary approval to a settlement agreement in which Deloitte & Touche LLP will pay $24 million to end a class action securities suit stemming from the firm’s alleged role in the accounting fraud at Symbol Technologies Inc. that led to the restatement of company revenues, expenses and earnings from 1998-2001.
A Parisian appeals court has upheld a controversial trademark infringement ruling against the French unit of Internet search giant Google Inc.
Former HealthSouth Group CEO Richard M. Scrushy and former Alabama governor Don Siegelman were found guilty on Thursday in a bribery scheme in which Scrushy doled out $500,000 to Siegelman’s re-election campaign to gain a seat on a state regulatory board.
A law requiring Medicaid recipients to prove U.S citizenship has prompted a proposed class action lawsuit, which claims that new documentation requirements are unconstitutional, and that the new requirements—slated to go into effect on July 1—will deny some of society’s neediest members access to Medicaid.
Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. could emerge from Chapter 11 protection as soon as late October, with enough financing to open new stores and invest in the more than 500 stores it already has, according to a reorganization plan filed Thursday.
Initially indicted on only one count of mail fraud, former hedge fund manager Kirk Wright has now been hit with an additional 24 charges connected to the disappearance of over $100 million from investment vehicle International Management Associates.
Insolvent Allied Holdings Inc. has asked a bankruptcy court to approve a $130 million amended debtor-in-possession loan so the auto hauler can pay off earlier debt and maintain operations.
Greenberg Traurig is continuing its quest to become a major player in Silicon Valley, hiring the fourth new IP partner in the Valley office in the past year.
For a large high-tech company, enterprise software maker Oracle Corp. has managed to stay remarkably clear of IP litigation. But in-house counsel Roger Kennedy nevertheless has a bone to pick with “patent trolls” that have targeted the high-tech industry.
Seeking to recover $20 million, a group of current and former National Football League players have sued the league and its union, demanding that the entities be held liable for the losses they suffered at the hands of hedge fund manager Kirk Wright.
After reaping settlements and damage awards from a slew of computer device companies, a small patent-holding firm has set its sights on Google Inc., accusing the Internet search giant of infringing a patent for scrolling-mouse technology.
Two U.S. vehicle auctioneers have resolved a dispute over patent infringement allegations fueled by an online auction system and alleged antitrust violations in the vehicle auction market.
Lawyers for investment banking powerhouse Morgan Stanley asked a Florida appeals court Wednesday to overturn a verdict that would force it to pay mogul Ron Perelman $1.58 billion.