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Elon Musk Walking On FTC Tightrope Amid Twitter Upheaval
After the departures of its top privacy and security officers, Elon Musk's Twitter faces tight deadlines to foll...(read more)
Miami-Dade Asks Bankruptcy Court To Allow End To FTX Deal
Miami-Dade County, Florida, has asked a Delaware bankruptcy court for permission to end its naming rights deal w...(read more)
BREAKING: Iconix Founder Guilty In Wall Street Fraud Retrial
A Manhattan jury on Monday convicted Iconix Brand Group founder Neil Cole on charges of fraudulently booking $11 million of revenue to hit Wall Street earnings targets in 2014, giving federal prosecutors a win a year after an initial jury refused to convict.
NY Judicial Panel Unveils Candidates For State's Top Judge
The New York State Commission on Judicial Nomination has revealed its short list of candidates to take over as chief judge of the Empire State's court of appeals, a position recently vacated by Chief Judge Janet DiFiore, who retired in August.
5 Years In, Opioid Attys Talk Historic Saga's Progress & Future
Sprawling opioid litigation has unearthed pharmaceutical industry failures, altered attitudes about addiction and secured billions of dollars that are raising hopes that a bleak drug crisis in U.S. communities will eventually yield to brighter days, plaintiffs counsel told Law360 in a conversation about the five-year legal saga's progress — and its uncertain path forward.
CFPB And NY Settle Suit Alleging RD Legal 9/11 Fund Scam
RD Legal Funding struck a deal Wednesday with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and New York's attorney general, ending allegations that the litigation funder ripped off 9/11 first responders with deceptive, high-interest legal settlement "advances," fining RD Legal just $1 but barring it from collecting further interest.
Holmes Should Serve 11-Year Sentence In Texas, Judge Says
A California federal judge has recommended that convicted former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes serve her 11-year, three-month sentence for defrauding investors in a minimum-security prison camp for female inmates in Texas, according to court documents.
Echoes Of 'Varsity Blues' As Harvard Bribe Trial Set To Start
After a “Varsity Blues” acquittal earlier this year, a conviction overturned by the trial judge, and two more guilty verdicts potentially on the ropes at the First Circuit, there is a spotlight on an upcoming bribery trial over Harvard admissions slots.
Mapping Out VLSI-Intel's Sprawling Patent War
VLSI Technology has won more than $3 billion in patent infringement verdicts against Intel Corp. in a Texas federal court so far, but those victories account for just a portion of their cross-country and international feud over chip patents. Here, Law360 takes a closer look at the global litigation and lays out the fights in each forum.
Florida Supreme Court Erases $29M In Tobacco Verdicts
The Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday applied a recent ruling, which made it harder for Engle progeny plaintiffs to prevail on fraudulent concealment and conspiracy claims, to four pending cases, quashing decisions that had affirmed $29 million in damages for tobacco plaintiffs.
FTX Pledges Better Books, Celsius Faulted For Asset Mingling
The new leadership of FTX promised to keep better track of its assets, Celsius Network's leadership was faulted for not keeping better track of its assets, and the U.S. Supreme Court passed on an appeal of changes to Puerto Rican teachers' pensions. This is the week in bankruptcy.
The Rise And Fall Of FTX: Timeline Of The Collapse
In less than four years, cryptocurrency exchange FTX Trading Ltd. went from fintech infancy to a $32 billion valuation before the financial house of cards founder Sam Bankman-Fried built came crashing down. The collapse was rapid and stunning, playing out over 10 days in November 2022 and ending with multiple insolvency cases being filed in three jurisdictions.
Jack Nicklaus Barred From Endorsements During NY Case
Jack Nicklaus can't ink commercial endorsement deals while he litigates the terms of a $145 million intellectual property sale, a Manhattan judge ruled Wednesday after hearing testimony from the legendary golfer.
Chancery Asked To Get MSG To Hand Over Withheld Texts
Stockholders challenging last year's $900 million merger of Madison Square Garden Networks Inc. and MSG Entertainment have asked the Delaware Court of Chancery to compel the merging companies to hand over undisclosed or withheld text messages and hire a forensic expert to recover requested texts that were deleted.
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