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Senior Manhattan U.S. District Judge Robert W. Sweet, nominated to the bench by former President Jimmy Carter, has died at the age of 96, a court official said Sunday.
A who's who of the music industry's top record labels accused Charter Communications Friday of allegedly contributing to, and profiting off of, the "massive copyright infringement" of thousands of its users.
A California man and his wife gave emotional testimony Friday during the second phase of a jury trial over claims Monsanto failed to warn that its Roundup weedkiller could cause cancer, recounting how their lives were forever changed after he was diagnosed with aggressive stage III cancer.
The medical device industry's pushback against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's revamped cybersecurity guidance could face a new obstacle now that Medtronic has disclosed that as many as 750,000 of its defibrillators are vulnerable to being hacked.
The federal government has no sovereign immunity from claims it violated norms of international law, but a previous settlement nonetheless bars CACI International from seeking indemnity from the government for torture allegations surrounding Iraq’s Abu Ghraib prison, a Virginia federal judge ruled Friday.
Law firms Gibson Dunn, Perkins Coie and Lowenstein Sandler are out some $255,000 for legal advice they gave accused fraudster Anna Sorokin before word of her alleged scheme got out and she was busted by prosecutors, the Manhattan district attorney said in court papers filed shortly ahead of her trial.
Merrill Lynch will pay $8 million to resolve claims that it mishandled thousands of “pre-released” American depositary receipts, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said Friday, making it the latest of nine banks and brokers to be swept up in an agency dragnet.
Robert Khuzami is leaving his post as second-in-command at the Manhattan U.S. attorney’s office next month and giving up a long commute from his home in Washington, D.C., the office announced on Friday.
Venture-backed image sharing company Pinterest Inc. said Friday that it plans to go public in a deal guided by Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP and underwriter counsel Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP, marking the latest technology upstart to pursue an initial public offering.
A former Chinese diplomat accused of using workers from his home country as forced labor in U.S. construction projects was convicted Friday on all counts by a New York federal jury, which rejected his claims that the employment arrangement was legitimate.