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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said Thursday it has created a new task force to clamp down on ESG-related disclosure violations, a move that drew an immediate rebuke from two Republican commissioners who suggested the enforcement initiative was premature without any changes to existing rules.
Whole Foods Markets Inc. workers will ask the First Circuit to review a lower decision tossing nearly all their discrimination claims over the grocer's disciplining of employees who wore Black Lives Matter face masks to work, according to a notice filed this week.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday held that immigrants with certain convictions must prove their eligibility for deportation relief, even when the record surrounding the conviction is incomplete or unclear.
Manhattan U.S. District Judge Jed S. Rakoff said Thursday morning that a female juror hearing conspiracy charges against two men accused of tricking banks into processing $150 million of pot transactions has tested positive for COVID-19 but that the trial would continue.
The Biden administration announced Thursday that it will suspend retaliatory tariffs on scores of U.K. products for four months in the hopes of settling a portion of the long-running trade dispute over subsidies to aircraft giants Boeing and Airbus.
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas' board of directors announced Wednesday night it will terminate its president and CEO within the next 60 days in the aftermath of last month's deadly winter storm, when the state's primary grid operator cut power to millions as temperatures plummeted.
Delaware's high court affirmed Wednesday that RSUI Indemnity Co. owes more than $12 million toward $222 million in settlements that Dole Food Co. and its CEO struck to resolve stockholder suits over alleged fraud in a 2013 take-private deal, clarifying that state law permits coverage for claims of fraudulent conduct.
The Delaware Supreme Court reversed a trial court decision Wednesday that put pharma giant GSK on the hook for $57 million in damages over its decision to halt royalty payments on a lupus drug, ruling there were no "gaps" in its agreement with a rival that prevented the move.
Reckitt Benckiser LLC has agreed to shell out $53 million to put to rest a certified class action claiming the dietary supplement maker had falsely advertised one of its products as treating joint pain, a deal that consumers described Tuesday as "the largest dietary supplement class action settlement ever reached."
Lloyd's underwriters are on the hook to the tune of $6.6 million over the Chicks' canceled tour of their "Gaslighter" album, the band's touring company argued Wednesday in California state court, claiming there isn't any way for concert venues to reopen in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
New York's Department of Financial Services said Wednesday that an independent East Coast mortgage lender has agreed to pay a $1.5 million fine to the agency as part of a cybersecurity settlement tied to a March 2019 data breach involving an email phishing attack.
The U.S. Department of Justice said Wednesday it has reached an agreement resolving its challenge of Geisinger Health's partial acquisition of Evangelical Community Hospital with a cap on Geisinger's ownership stake in the Pennsylvania provider and other restrictions.