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A California federal judge on Thursday rejected University of Southern California's proposed $215 million deal to resolve a proposed class action accusing an ex-staff gynecologist of sexually abusing thousands of women, saying it's missing key information and some of its procedures are "unfair or inadequate."
Residents of Flint, Michigan, beat back an attempt by the federal government to kill their case in Wolverine State federal court, alleging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency acted negligently during the lead-poisoning crisis that started in 2014 after the city switched drinking water systems.
The release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report Thursday marks a turning point in a roughly two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election and whether President Donald Trump obstructed the probe. Read Law360’s continuing coverage of the probe and Mueller’s blockbuster report.
Johnson & Johnson asked a Delaware federal judge Thursday to transfer about 2,400 personal injury and wrongful death suits over allegedly contaminated talc powder products to court there, where its talc supplier filed for bankruptcy.
A New York federal judge on Friday dismissed a $5 million proposed class action against Rachael Ray's dog food company that claimed the food's "natural" label was misleading because it contains the weed killer glyphosate, saying the suit did not say how much of the chemical was found or if it was harmful.
Two top men's college basketball coaches, University of Arizona's Sean Miller and Louisiana State University's Will Wade, cannot be called to testify by two hoops consultants accused of paying bribes to other coaches, a Manhattan federal judge said Friday.
Global mergers and acquisitions activity fell during the first quarter of the year, failing to keep pace with the busy start to 2018 and casting doubt on the outlook for the remainder of 2019 as private lenders say their optimism for deal-making is waning.
A third former executive at defunct Dubai private equity firm Abraaj Group has been accused of participating in a scheme to defraud investors of hundreds of millions of dollars, according to documents unsealed by prosecutors in New York on Friday.
The Ninth Circuit on Friday gave the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 90 days to respond to objections filed by health and environmental groups over the agency's decision not to ban the pesticide chlorpyrifos.
Gibson Dunn, the law firm that led the fight to overturn a federal ban on sports betting, has launched a revamped practice group focused on sports betting and gambling, positioning itself to take advantage of the rapidly expanding, newly legal market.