The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that defunct brand-owning companies cannot use bankruptcy law to unilaterall...(read more)
A Manhattan federal judge on Friday approved a $182.5 million settlement between JPMorgan Chase & Co., Citigroup...(read more)
Jones Day is looking to identify the former associates behind a $200 million pregnancy and gender discrimination suit against the firm, arguing Monday that the women haven't demonstrated sufficient grounds or evidence to hide their identities from the public.
A D.C. federal judge ruled Monday that President Donald Trump can't block the U.S. House of Representatives' subpoena seeking his financial records from his longtime accountant, comparing Trump's argument to that of former President James Buchanan.
Professional esports gamer Turner Tenney — known by his millions of fans as Tfue — says gaming company FaZe Clan Inc. has him trapped in a "grossly oppressive, onerous and one-sided" contract, part of a predatory and largely unregulated industry that systematically exploits its talent.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned down a petition involving alleged malpractice at a military medical facility, over a dissent from Justice Clarence Thomas, declining to revisit a contentious doctrine that gives the government immunity over injuries “incident to” military service.
American Airlines mechanics and their unions have been illegally dragging their feet at work and causing hundreds of delayed and canceled flights in a concerted travel "slowdown" meant to gain leverage in contract negotiations, according to a lawsuit the airline filed Monday in Texas federal court.
The White House has directed its former chief lawyer Donald McGahn not to testify before Congress despite a subpoena to appear Tuesday, escalating a bitter dispute between President Donald Trump and House Democrats trying to pursue their probe into matters uncovered by the special counsel’s Russia investigation.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to consider whether the National Labor Relations Board has power over tribal employers, rejecting a California casino’s challenge to a ruling that it illegally blocked workers from passing out pro-union leaflets.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to clear up whether creditors must always immediately appeal bankruptcy orders barring outside claims against a debtor after it files a Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition, granting review in a dispute over a $1.55 million real estate deal that went south.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday threw out a Crow Tribe member's state court conviction for crossing state lines to hunt elk in the Bighorn National Forest, ruling that the tribe's treaty right to hunt didn't end when Wyoming became a state.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday said a judge, not a jury, must decide if the U.S. Food and Drug Administration would have rejected a proposed warning of the risks associated with Merck's osteoporosis drug Fosamax, resolving a question over whether a judge or jury should interpret ambiguities in FDA labeling rules.