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Mattel Inc. and its subsidiary Fisher-Price Inc. are facing at least two putative class actions from consumers claiming negligence after the Consumer Product Safety Commission warned earlier this month that 10 infants died while in Rock 'N Play Sleepers since 2015.
Asbestos hidden for decades in talcum powder products made by Johnson & Johnson and Colgate-Palmolive gave a 61-year-old woman mesothelioma, leaving her only months to live, her attorney told a California jury Monday on the first day of trial.
The House Judiciary Committee subpoenaed former White House Counsel Don McGahn on Monday, calling him to testify and provide documents on events surrounding President Donald Trump’s alleged interference in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation.
Facebook has hired the U.S. Department of State legal adviser as its next general counsel, the social media giant announced Monday, as it faces unprecedented government scrutiny over a string of privacy breaches and misinformation being spread on the platform.
A Los Angeles judge on Monday ordered Michael Avenatti to pay his former legal partner $60,000 in attorney fees after the lawyer won an order requiring Avenatti to pay him $4.85 million for work he did at their former firm Eagan Avenatti LLP.
Justice Elena Kagan showed just how mainstream it has become to interpret statutes based solely on their text when she pressed a newspaper's attorney Monday to explain why the Freedom of Information Act doesn't exempt all confidential business information from public disclosure.
Sprint and AT&T said Monday they have agreed to settle Sprint's lawsuit seeking to stop AT&T from continuing to advertise its upgraded fourth-generation service as "5G Evolution" or "5GE."
The Trump administration said Monday it would soon impose sanctions on companies purchasing oil from Iran by removing waivers that had allowed certain countries to stay in business with Tehran.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday said it will review the Third Circuit's ruling that put three Citgo units on the hook for most of a $100 million-plus oil spill judgment stemming from a 2004 tanker crash, five years after refusing to examine a previous ruling in the long-running case.
The U.S. Supreme Court asked for the federal government’s input Monday on Putnam Investments LLC’s challenge to a First Circuit ruling that could make it harder for companies to get Employee Retirement Income Security Act class actions thrown out of court.