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Microsoft To Pay Feds $20M Over Xbox Child Data Collection
Microsoft agreed Monday to pay $20 million to settle a complaint from the federal government accusing the tech g...(read more)
SEC Says Binance, CEO Wove 'Extensive Web Of Deception'
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission sued Binance Holdings Ltd., the world's largest crypto platform, and...(read more)
Trump Says Cohen Can't Toss Suit Over Book, Media Remarks
Donald Trump has asked a Florida federal judge not to dismiss his lawsuit accusing his former fixer Michael Cohen of spreading falsehoods about him through his two books and media appearances, saying Cohen's motion to dismiss relies on references to unrelated legal matters and news articles.
Recently Retired 9th Circ. Judge Joins Wilson Sonsini In LA
Judge Paul J. Watford, who stepped down from the Ninth Circuit bench at the end of last month, has joined Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati PC in Los Angeles, the firm announced Tuesday.
BREAKING: Judge Blocks Fla. Ban On Trans Health Care
A Florida federal judge on Tuesday blocked the enforcement of a state ban on medical care for transgender adolescents, ruling that a law that prevents parents from making informed decisions on their children's medical treatment and receiving doctor-recommended health care is likely unconstitutional.
'Varsity Blues' Prosecutors Won't Fight 1st Circ. Reversals
Federal prosecutors in the "Varsity Blues" case said they will not ask the First Circuit to rethink its decision to overturn a jury verdict convicting two parents of paying bribes to get their kids into the University of Southern California as fake athletic recruits.
Prince Harry Says Tabloid Journalists 'Have Blood On Hands'
Prince Harry testified Tuesday that journalists from three major U.K. tabloids had blood on their hands as he fights to hold publisher MGN Ltd. liable for historic phone hacking and the use of illegal methods to obtain information.
Del. Justices Affirm Tesla Victory In Suit Over $2.6B Merger
Delaware's Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a Chancery Court ruling denying stockholder claims for $13 billion in damages from Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk for Tesla's $2.6 billion acquisition in 2016 of rooftop solar venture SolarCity Corp., in which he had both investments and relatives.
PGA Tour, LIV Agree To End Litigation With Bombshell Merger
PGA Tour Inc. announced a deal Tuesday to merge with its Saudi-backed rival LIV Golf Inc., in a bombshell move to end the vast antitrust and contract litigation between the two promotions.
Harlan Crow Atty Offers To Meet Dems Over Thomas Info
The Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP attorney representing Texas billionaire and Republican donor Harlan Crow has offered to meet with U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee staff to discuss lawmakers' requests for detailed information on gifts, transportation and lodging provided to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.
FTX Investor Suits Centralized In Fla. Over Celeb Objections
Eight investor suits tied to the November 2022 collapse of cryptocurrency exchange FTX will go through pretrial proceedings in Miami, the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation decided on Monday despite opposition to the move by celebrities including retired NFL quarterback Tom Brady and his ex-wife, model Gisele Bündchen.
Ex-Gilead VP Says Execs Gamed Out Truvada Generic Date
A former Gilead executive testifying Monday in an antitrust trial over claims Gilead and Teva illegally delayed generic versions of its blockbuster HIV drugs until 2020 told jurors that before the pharmaceutical makers' deal, Gilead executives discussed the possibility that generic competition for Truvada could come as early as 2017.
Newman Kept Off Cases As Probe Narrows To Misconduct
The council that sets Federal Circuit policy declined on Monday to let Judge Pauline Newman continue hearing cases amid a probe of concerns about her mental fitness, while the investigators decided to focus on whether her responses to their orders constitute misconduct.
Mallinckrodt Considers New Bankruptcy Over Opioid Payment
Some of Mallinckrodt PLC's lenders have suggested that it consider filing another bankruptcy to make an upcoming $200 million payment in an opioid settlement, the drugmaker said in a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing Monday.
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