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The Senate voted along party lines Saturday to approve Democrats' sprawling $1.9 trillion pandemic relief package after making changes to provisions related to minimum wage, health insurance, pensions, broadband, student loans and entertainment venues.
A New York federal judge awarded millions of dollars in attorney fees Friday to the NAACP after a Hudson Valley school district was found to be blocking minority voters' preferred candidates from the school board, while criticizing how much the school district paid its counsel at Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP.
A California judge granted Jeff Bezos' request for attorney fees Friday after defeating a defamation suit by his girlfriend's brother over a phone hacking incident, but signed off on just $218,000 of the $1.68 million Bezos requested, finding his team was "overstaffed" with seven partners and 11 associates from two firms.
Three days after a jury in Waco, Texas, said Intel should pay over $2 billion for infringing VLSI's chip patents, Intel Corp. urged U.S. District Judge Alan Albright not to move the next trial in the case over different patents to Waco, citing the pandemic and the possibility of the first verdict tainting the jury.
A House Democrat who pushed for the impeachment of former President Donald Trump took his accusations to D.C. federal court on Friday, hitting Trump with another suit alleging he committed acts of terrorism by inciting the deadly Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
The former finance director of a Manhattan-based economic development organization on Friday avoided any prison time for her role in a scheme to facilitate bribe payments to the president of the United Nations General Assembly.
File transfer software vendor Accellion, whose recent hack may have exposed data from its BigLaw clients like Jones Day, has hired Latham & Watkins LLP to represent it in a slew of data breach lawsuits in federal court, according to attorney notice filings Thursday.
KeyBank has made a $150 million commitment to assisting low- and middle-income homebuyers after the New York attorney general found that a check-cashing program for nonaccount holders was often unavailable to Western New York consumers when they tried to make use of the program.
A Pennsylvania federal judge abstained from a battle between the claimants to a $660 million trust established by members of the Mellon banking and oil dynasty, holding that a state court's experience with the intricacies of the long-running dispute outweighed federal jurisdiction.
The D.C. Circuit said Friday it won't consider the legality of a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency rule that allows polluters to skip keeping records if their projected emissions fall below a certain threshold, saying the agency adequately explained itself already.
In an unveiling with few historical parallels, major pharmaceutical corporations are poised to settle sweeping opioid litigation by agreeing to publicize millions of pages of internal documents illustrating how they marketed and sold narcotic painkillers amid a dire addiction epidemic, according to lawyers and court records.
Congressional leaders on Friday said partisan divides on energy policy during the Biden administration have already emerged and may only deepen as the president pushes to combat climate change.