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Gorsuch Rails Against Atty's Conviction By Court Prosecutor
The U.S. Supreme Court declined on Monday to examine the constitutionality of a criminal contempt conviction for...(read more)
Justices Accept Hotel Co. Case On ADA Standing
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Monday to hear a case about a disabled woman who claims she has standing to sue...(read more)
Voyager's $1B Binance Transfer Temporarily Blocked By Court
A New York federal judge on Monday paused bankrupt cryptocurrency lender Voyager Digital's Chapter 11 exit plan, which transfers $1 billion in customer accounts to Binance, while the federal government appeals a federal bankruptcy judge's confirmation of the plan, according to an order issued late Monday.
Ex-Tesla Worker's Atty Argues 'Plantation Mentality' In Retrial
Counsel for a Black ex-Tesla worker who won a $137 million discrimination verdict against the automaker delivered openings Monday in a damages retrial, ordered after the overseeing judge found the jury's award excessive, telling a new California federal jury that the factory where he worked had a "plantation mentality."
Coinbase's Wells Notice Is Business As Usual For The SEC
Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has been on the offensive since learning it may face a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement action, but while it rallies crypto enthusiasts to its side with claims of unfair treatment, experts say the agency's approach so far appears to be par for the course.
Fed's Barr Says SVB Failure Was 'Textbook Mismanagement'
Federal Reserve Vice Chair for Supervision Michael Barr will tell lawmakers Tuesday that while the failure of Silicon Valley Bank came down to a "textbook case of mismanagement," the central bank is looking into how it can improve its bank oversight and whether tighter regulation would have averted disaster.
Activision Atty Tells Judge Code Cheaters Taunting Him Online
In an effort to convince a California federal judge that Activision's claims against German entities over alleged cheat codes for Call of Duty don't belong overseas, the gaming company's attorney said the defendants' activities are so specially targeted at California that they are even taunting him by name online.
Ohio AG Says Pharmacy Middlemen Colluded To Hike Prices
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost on Monday filed a landmark suit in Buckeye State court accusing pharmacy benefit managers Express Scripts and Prime Therapeutics of conspiring and using subsidiaries abroad to drive up medication prices and pass those costs onto patients.
SEC Says NY Law Firm Facilitated $8.4M Ponzi Scheme
A New York-based attorney and his law firm "ignored red flags" that allowed a client to operate an $8.4 million Ponzi scheme using the firm's bank accounts, according to a lawsuit announced Monday by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Jones To Return $243K To Free Speech Systems In Ch. 11
Bankrupt radio conspiracy peddler Alex Jones told a Texas judge Monday that he intends to return $243,000 in advertising payments made to himself and another third-party entity in recent months instead of to his bankrupt InfoWars podcasting company.
Gorsuch Balks At Potential Chill Of Immigration Speech Law
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch seemed unpersuaded Monday that a 70-year-old law that criminalizes "encouraging or inducing" unauthorized immigration flouts the First Amendment, since it has never been used so broadly to prosecute protected speech.
9th Circ. Mulls Arbitration Denial In Amazon Stolen Tips Spat
A Ninth Circuit panel considered Monday whether to uphold a Washington federal court's decision keeping Amazon Flex drivers' stolen tips dispute out of arbitration, with one judge expressing skepticism of the company's take on what defines a class of workers engaging in interstate commerce.
NY AG Seeks Escape From Ex-Staffer's Assault Suit
New York Attorney General Letitia James is seeking to be dismissed from a suit by a former staffer who says she was assaulted by former chief of staff Ibrahim Khan, saying the only allegations against James relied on vague claims that Khan's past alleged misconduct toward women was "an open secret."
Insurer Ordered To Rethink Ex-PwC Atty's Disability Claim
A Massachusetts federal judge ordered Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Co. to reconsider its decision to end the disability benefits of a former PricewaterhouseCoopers in-house counsel who claims her crippling anxiety prevented her from doing her job.
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