U.S. Securities and Exchange Commissioner Robert Jackson, who has vigorously opposed many of the agency's deregu...(read more)
A New York state appeals court on Thursday denied Harvey Weinstein's bid to halt his rape trial — now in the mid...(read more)
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 polices 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.
A Philadelphia County judge agreed Friday to cut to $6.8 million an $8 billion punitive damages verdict against a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary in a landmark case over side effects associated with the antipsychotic drug Risperdal.
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.
Shannon Liss-Riordan, a prominent plaintiffs-side employment lawyer who has pursued numerous high-profile class actions targeting companies like Uber and GrubHub, ended her campaign on Friday to unseat incumbent Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey.
A handful of tech companies launched a proposed class action against Facebook on Thursday in California federal court, alleging the social media giant intentionally set out to destroy app developers it deemed as potential rivals in "the most brazen, willful anti-competitive scheme in a generation."
A New York federal jury on Thursday convicted a former minister for the government of Barbados on money laundering charges for purportedly funneling bribes he took from an insurance company through U.S. banks.
Duane Morris LLP and Satterlee Stephens LLP are on course to combine into an 850-attorney law firm after partners at both firms backed the merger, firm leaders confirmed Thursday.
A New York state trial court judge threatened a prospective juror in the Harvey Weinstein rape trial with contempt for tweeting about jury service in violation of a court order barring anyone in the jury pool from discussing the case.