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Antivirus software innovator John McAfee has been indicted on fraud and money laundering conspiracy charges for allegedly using social media to trick investors into purchasing various cryptocurrencies, Manhattan federal prosecutors said Friday.
A major trial against opioid makers by New York's attorney general and local governments will not start at the end of March as planned, a judge ruled Friday, citing ongoing pandemic safety concerns.
Private equity firms I Squared Capital and TDR Capital will shell out £2.3 billion ($3.2 billion) for U.K.-based Aggreko, a mobile power provider on tap for the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, in a deal announced Friday that was built by law firms Kirkland & Ellis, Slaughter and May and Dickson Minto.
A California judge ordered an attorney who represented Los Angeles Department of Water and Power customers in a faulty billing lawsuit to disgorge $1.65 million in attorney fees and be held in contempt and sanctioned Thursday, saying he disobeyed court orders and withheld information about possible collusion with the city's attorneys.
The founder of Centra Tech Inc. on Thursday was sentenced to eight years in prison over a scheme that conned victims into investing more than $36 million into the cryptocurrency company that claimed to offer a digital currency payment card.
A divided Second Circuit panel on Thursday overturned $666,476 in sanctions against Steven Donziger, who helped secure a fraudulent $9.5 billion judgment against Chevron Corp. in Ecuador, saying confusing constraints imposed on his fundraising activity undermined the penalty.
The Boeing Co.'s leadership struggled on multiple fronts to get ahead of negative news about the company's 737 Max jetliners after one of them crashed in late 2018, according to documents released Thursday in a Delaware Chancery Court stockholder lawsuit.
A New York federal judge on Thursday awarded Jay-Z's entertainment company Roc Nation $12.5 million against HCC International Insurance Co. in a coverage dispute over the death of Maroon 5's manager, Jordan Feldstein, finding that the insurer wrongly calculated the coverage limit.
The nation's top court has ordered a California county to allow indoor church gatherings, a Pittsburgh judge has been sued over an alleged lack of virtual court access and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention can't enforce a nationwide freeze on evictions amid the pandemic.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield's Minnesota unit hit Martin Shkreli on Thursday with what appears to be the first proposed private antitrust class action against the incarcerated "pharma bro," following in the wake of a 2020 Federal Trade Commission case that made similar claims.
European enforcers are investigating Teva over concerns the pharmaceutical company delayed the emergence of generic competitors to its blockbuster multiple sclerosis drug Copaxone by misusing patent procedures and disparaging rivals.
President Joe Biden's National Climate Adviser Gina McCarthy on Thursday gave details about the administration's sweeping approach to climate change, saying the government will pursue carbon reduction projects like more electric vehicle charging stations but still sees the value in traditional energy sources like oil and gas.