Veteran white collar lawyer Emmet Flood will serve as interim White House counsel until President Donald Trump's next choice for the role, Pat Cipollone, "comes on board," press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Thursday as the administration experiences another high-profile shakeup.
Nine West Holdings Inc. has filed a revised Chapter 11 plan with a New York bankruptcy court that includes a $105 million settlement with company owner Sycamore Partners, releasing the latter of claims that it stripped Nine West’s assets and sent the company into bankruptcy.
New York's district attorneys have sued Gov. Andrew Cuomo to block a law that would establish a new oversight body intended to combat prosecutorial misconduct, calling the measure "riddled with fatal constitutional defects."
An applicant's race can factor into admission to Harvard University, but the Ivy League school has never used "quotas" or "floors" in its bid to achieve a diverse campus, admissions officials testified Thursday on the fourth day of a bench trial in a case accusing the school of discriminating against Asian-Americans.
Duane Morris LLP announced a partnership with the American Trade Association for Cannabis & Hemp on Thursday in what the parties are touting as the first ever partnership between a major law firm and trade organization for the drug.
Five New York state appellate judges hearing President Donald Trump’s bid to have a defamation lawsuit dismissed zoomed in on the U.S. Constitution’s supremacy clause at argument on Thursday, going so far as to ask if the president could be jailed if he ignored a state court’s order.
Blank Rome LLP was unable to shake a $33 million legal malpractice suit brought by the former wife of a senior Morgan Stanley executive, who claims the firm never told her during her divorce that Morgan Stanley was a client and had her waiver potentially valuable claims on her husband’s income.
The federal government on Thursday again urged the U.S. Supreme Court to toss a youth lawsuit accusing it of failing to protect future generations from climate change, in a last-ditch effort to stave off a landmark trial that is less than two weeks away.
Don McGahn, who helped shepherd the nominations of two of President Donald Trump's U.S. Supreme Court nominees through Congress has stepped down as White House counsel following the announcement of his replacement, according to media reports Wednesday.
Pointing to unchecked, "erratic" behavior by Tesla founder Elon Musk and board failures to head off recent, costly consequences, a company shareholder launched a derivative suit in Delaware’s Chancery Court on Wednesday, seeking damages and governance reforms.
The Trump administration told the Ninth Circuit on Wednesday that it would file a second petition for review in the U.S. Supreme Court if the appellate court does not issue a ruling by Oct. 31 on the legality of the administration’s decision to rescind Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Papa John’s pizza chain founder John Schnatter’s “unbounded” demands for company records in a Delaware Chancery Court suit and alleged intent to use the results in future personal litigation against the company justify denial or heavy pruning of disclosures, company attorneys said late Tuesday.
EBay Inc. hit Amazon.com with a lawsuit in California state court Wednesday, accusing the Seattle-based online retail giant of orchestrating a massive campaign to poach top sellers from eBay's online trading platform in violation of the California Computer Data Access and Fraud Act and state business statutes.