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High Court Welcomes Back Public, Will Continue Live Audio
Despite allowing the public back into the U.S. Supreme Court to hear oral arguments in person for the first time...(read more)
Regions Bank To Pay $191M In CFPB Overdraft Fee Deal
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Wednesday that it has ordered Regions Bank to pay $191 million in ...(read more)
SEC Fines Deloitte China Unit $20M Over Audit Rule Violations
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced Thursday that Deloitte's Chinese affiliate will pay a $20 million penalty and undertake "extensive remedial measures" to settle claims it violated U.S. auditing requirements, including by allegedly asking clients to pick their own samples for testing.
Ex-EBay Exec Gets 57 Mos. For 'Cruel' Stalking Ploy
A former eBay security executive who allegedly spearheaded a campaign to harass a Massachusetts couple over their blog's reporting on the e-commerce giant will serve nearly five years in prison for the "pattern of cruel conduct," a Boston federal judge said Thursday.
Senate Panel Advances 3rd Circ., Pa. District Court Picks
The Senate Judiciary Committee advanced six judicial picks Thursday, including two for the Third Circuit and four for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, adding to the growing number of President Joe Biden's nominees available for consideration in the full Senate.
Free PACER Searches May Require More Money For Judiciary
A proposed bill to grant free public access to searches of federal court filings could add $77 million to the federal deficit and would require more cash for the federal judiciary but could save money in the long term, the Congressional Budget Office said in a release.
Jan. 6 Defendant Gets 52 Months After Feds Botched Case
A Texas man who pled guilty to one count of assaulting an officer during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot was sentenced to 52 months in prison Wednesday, having avoided even more serious counts after prosecutors admitted they broke the law by missing a deadline to charge him.
'I Would Have Kept My Prius': GM Class Rep Slams Oil Defect
Two class representatives delivered colorful testimony Wednesday in a California trial over claims GM hid a dangerous engine defect, with one testifying that he stopped driving his truck long distances due to its excessive oil consumption, saying, "If I wanted an in-town commuter car, I would have kept my Prius."
VW Nabs Year's Largest IPO So Far With $9B Porsche Offering
Volkswagen AG on Wednesday priced its initial public offering for subsidiary Porsche AG at the top of its range, raising €9.4 billion ($9.1 billion) and completing the year's largest IPO during a choppy period for new listings.
Fed. Circ. Says Licensing Co.'s Software IP May Be Inventive
The Federal Circuit's top judge penned a precedential ruling on Wednesday that found a California federal judge was wrong to rule that a software patent covering a type of peer-to-peer network flunked the Supreme Court's Alice test.
Feds Ink $13M Redlining Settlement With NJ's Lakeland Bank
The U.S. Department of Justice announced Wednesday that New Jersey's Lakeland Bank has agreed to a roughly $13 million settlement over allegations it discriminated against Black and other minority borrowers in the Newark area through lending practices known as redlining.
3rd Circ. Says NJ Bank Groups Can Make Political Donations
The Third Circuit held Wednesday that a New Jersey law prohibiting banks from making political contributions does not apply to banking trade groups because they are not "carrying on the business of banks."
Pro-Choice Advocates Say Paxton Subpoena Saga Is His Fault
Abortion rights advocates asked a Texas federal judge to reconsider his decision to let Lone Star State Attorney General Ken Paxton out of a subpoena, arguing his own personal statements on prosecuting those who facilitate out-of-state travel for abortions should put him under the legal microscope.
Trump Claims NY Is Judge-Shopping $250M Fraud Case
Former President Donald Trump sought on Wednesday to have New York state's $250 million fraud lawsuit against him assigned to a judge different from the one who held him in contempt in a subpoena enforcement proceeding, rejecting the idea the cases were related.
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