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A group of retired federal judges urged the D.C. Circuit on Friday to reject a petition by Michael Flynn asking the appeals court to order a judge to immediately grant the Trump administration's controversial request to dismiss the criminal case against the president's former national security adviser.
As new House proxy voting rules let lawmakers act remotely during the pandemic, constitutional scholars told Law360 that a Republican lawsuit challenging the procedure has little chance of success. Some former GOP lawmakers expressed reservations about their fellow Republicans' arguments and urged them to support some form of remote proceedings.
President Donald Trump said Friday he is terminating the United States' relationship with the World Health Organization over its failure to enact reforms after fumbling the COVID-19 health crisis and announced a series of aggressive actions against China.
Emory University and its workers asked a Georgia federal judge Friday to approve a roughly $16.8 million settlement of an Employee Retirement Income Security Act class action accusing the school of letting its retirement plans charge high fees and keep bad investments.
President Donald Trump issued an order Friday banning Chinese citizens with ties to the country's military from entering the U.S. on student visas to attend graduate programs, citing concerns that these students could steal American technology.
A Delaware judge on Friday ruled that Sidley Austin LLP can continue as counsel in the Boy Scouts of America's Chapter 11 despite a challenge from an insurer who asserted the firm was conflicted due to its previous representation of the insurer in other matters.
President Donald Trump announced on Friday that he will begin to strip away Hong Kong's special trading status in the wake of the U.S. Department of State's determination that the region is no longer autonomous from China, further ratcheting up his showdown with Beijing.
A federal judge on Friday tossed out a lawsuit claiming the creators of the video game Fortnite stole a "running man" dance from two former college basketball players, saying the case was a "square peg" being jammed into "round holes."
Already facing international probes of some $4.5 billion in undisclosed debt, "aggressive" global creditor litigation and insolvency action in the United Kingdom, Abu Dhabi-based private health care provider NMC Health PLC sought protection for its U.S. affiliates in Delaware's bankruptcy court late Thursday.
Four more women on Thursday accused convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein of using his power in the entertainment industry, threats and physical force to rape, sexually abuse, assault, batter and falsely imprison them, according to a lengthy complaint filed in New York state court.
A nearly unanimous House on Thursday approved a bill that would give more time and flexibility to businesses that receive forgivable loans through the Paycheck Protection Program, but Republicans defeated a proposal for public disclosure of all loans over $2 million.
U.S. District Judge William Alsup slammed wildfire mitigation efforts by "recalcitrant criminal" Pacific Gas and Electric Co. on Thursday, saying the bankrupt utility is violating probation by failing to trim enough trees and that, "if ever there was a corporation that deserved to go to prison, it's PG&E."