Yahoo Inc. was hit with three proposed class actions in California and Illinois federal court Friday, just one day after it revealed that hackers infiltrated its systems in late 2014 and lifted names, hashed passwords and other account data tied to at least 500 million users.
President Barack Obama on Friday vetoed a bill to allow victims of terrorist attacks on U.S. soil to sue foreign governments over the attacks, which was proposed by lawmakers citing Saudi Arabia's possible connection with the 9/11 attacks, saying the law would undermine principles of sovereign immunity.
British banks face an investigation into complaints that they have failed to stop fraudsters tricking customers into bogus money transfers, the U.K. Payment Systems Regulator said on Friday.
The longer the U.K. waits to trigger formal negotiations on its exit from the European Union, the more difficult it may be for Britain to reach an agreement with splintered European interests, the president of the European Parliament warned Friday.
Pennsylvania State University has settled its long-running legal fight with an insurer over claims stemming from the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal, according to docket entries in Pennsylvania state court from Thursday and Friday.
The committee leading the European Parliament’s inquiry into the Panama Papers tax avoidance scandal, which opens Tuesday, wants to invite a former European commissioner for competition to address lawmakers after she was linked this week to an offshore company in the Bahamas, the office of the committee’s chair told Law360 Friday.
Donald Trump’s campaign on Friday plans to release 10 more names of contenders for a Supreme Court nomination, should he become the next U.S. president, several media outlets have reported.
By Max Stendahl