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Ex-Giuliani Associate Convicted Of Campaign Finance Crimes
A Manhattan federal jury on Friday convicted former Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas and his ex-business partn...(read more)
GRM Energy Hits Ch. 11 Listing At Least $1B In Debt
Energy investment fund GRM Energy Investments on Friday joined its Stoneway Capital affiliate in Chapter 11 in a...(read more)
J&J Talc Suits Can Proceed For Now Despite Ch. 11 Filing
A North Carolina bankruptcy judge declined to block talc suits against Johnson & Johnson on Friday, saying that he would consider extending the Chapter 11 stay of litigation to the healthcare giant at a hearing set for early November.
Ex-Pfizer Scientist Rips Report Holmes Sent To Walgreens
In former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes' criminal fraud trial on Friday, a former Pfizer scientist testified that a report Holmes sent to Walgreens used Pfizer's name and logo without permission and falsely claimed the pharmaceutical company had independently evaluated Theranos' technology, even though Pfizer had concluded Theranos' test results were "not believable."
Stalled Bond Bill Could Endanger Puerto Rico Restructuring
The judge overseeing Puerto Rico's debt restructuring Friday called for an urgent status conference after reports that a bond issue needed to make the plan proposed by the island's fiscal oversight board work failed to pass the commonwealth's upper house.
Halkbank Not Immune From Sanctions Charge, 2nd Circ. Says
Turkey's state-backed lender Halkbank is not immune from sanctions-evasion charges, the Second Circuit found Friday in a decision that paves the way for a highly anticipated trial over an alleged $20 billion money-laundering scheme implicating top Turkish officials.
Intel, Sanyo Settle Licensing Suit In Del. Chancery Court
Intel Corp. and Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd. have quietly settled a Delaware Chancery Court dispute over cross-licensing of technology used in some Wi-Fi products, eight months after a vice chancellor granted a partial win to Intel.
Feds Pledge 'Most Aggressive' Effort Yet To Tackle Redlining
The U.S. Department of Justice said Friday that it is teaming up with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency to launch what they are calling the "most aggressive" effort yet to combat mortgage lending discrimination, unveiling a seven-figure settlement with Trustmark National Bank and foreshadowing more cases to come.
Justices Will Hear Challenges To Texas' 6-Week Abortion Law
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear challenges from the federal government and abortion providers to Texas' 6-week abortion ban on Nov. 1 but will leave the law in place while it considers the cases, the court said on Friday.
9th Circ. Doubts Bids To Keep Virus Death Suits In Fed. Court
The Ninth Circuit cast doubt Thursday on two Southern California nursing homes' attempts to have coronavirus-related wrongful death suits heard in federal court, saying a federal health emergency law providing a liability shield for covered entities didn't seem to fit the circumstances of the cases.
Ericsson Says DOJ Accusing It Of Breaching FCPA Deal
Stockholm-based telecom giant Ericsson announced Thursday that the U.S. Department of Justice has determined that it breached obligations under a 2019 deferred prosecution agreement related to allegations that it conspired to violate the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
CDC Backs COVID-19 Booster Shots For All 3 Vaccines
The Centers for Disease Control on Thursday recommended COVID-19 booster shots for millions of Americans, officially endorsing additional shots of all three available vaccines available in the U.S. just a day after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration gave its blessing to Moderna and Johnson & Johnson boosters.
Garland Hammered Over Contempt Referrals, School Memo
Attorney General Merrick Garland spent nearly five hours in the House Judiciary Committee's hot seat Thursday, fielding questions from the left about possible criminal contempt charges for uncooperative Trump-era officials and being battered by the right over his decision to address a rise in violent threats against local school officials.
Fed. Circ. Overrides Albright After He Ignored Implied Order
The Federal Circuit on Thursday transferred Broadband iTV's patent suit against Dish Network from the Western District of Texas to Colorado, in a case in which the appeals court had all but told Judge Alan Albright to approve the transfer this summer.
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