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Best Buy's Board of Directors has retained Sidley Austin LLP to lead an investigation into allegations its CEO had a romantic relationship with a fellow executive who has since left the company, the retailer confirmed Friday.
Former U.S. Rep. Christopher Collins of New York was sentenced to over two years in prison Friday for leaking inside information to help his son avoid biotech investment losses and then lying to the FBI.
Pharmacies launched another attack on the judge overseeing opioid multidistrict litigation, telling the Sixth Circuit on Friday that he has "repeatedly disregarded" federal court rules and should be ordered to follow them.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday ordered the parties in a federal age discrimination case to file supplemental briefs about alternative ways to remedy age bias in the workplace other than the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, just days after the court heard oral arguments.
As part of an investigation launched in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook Inc. will have to turn over to the Massachusetts attorney general the names of any apps on its platform that may have misused user data, a state judge ruled Friday.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear Ford’s challenge to two “capacious” decisions that allowed plaintiffs to bring defect suits in states where the auto giant says it does not have a sufficient connection.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to examine the lawfulness of religious and moral exemptions from the Affordable Care Act’s requirement for employer health plans to cover birth control.
A Texas federal judge said helmet maker Riddell Inc. must face a lawsuit alleging that its football helmets were defective and led to the death by suicide of a former high school football player, rejecting the company's arguments that the player's mother filed the suit too late.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has taken aim at five insurers who wrote computer fraud policies for one of its subsidiaries, saying it is owed more than £24 million ($31.3 million) for losses caused by Bernard Madoff’s investment vehicle.
President Donald Trump has expanded the defense team for his Senate trial by adding several veterans of the last presidential impeachment battle, including former independent counsel Ken Starr and Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, as well as a pair of lawyers who have already worked with this White House.