Twitter Inc. said Monday that it expects to pay up to $250 million to resolve new charges by the Federal Trade C...(read more)
Gulf of Mexico oil and gas exploration company Fieldwood Energy LLC filed for Chapter 11 protection in Texas along with more than a dozen affiliates, marking its second bankruptcy case since 2018 as global energy prices continue to stagnate due to slackening demand driven by the COVID-19 pandemic.
An attorney for VirnetX told a Texas federal judge Monday that Apple's request to push back a $700 million in-person jury retrial over damages because of the COVID-19 pandemic is an attempt to delay the resolution of a decade-old patent infringement case and gain a tactical advantage.
President Donald Trump on Monday ordered a potentially long-term extension of reimbursements for telehealth services that have exploded in popularity during the coronavirus pandemic and once again claimed to be putting the finishing touches on a "tremendous health care plan."
Walmart Inc. has agreed to shell out $20 million to put to rest U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission claims the retailer illegally used a physical abilities test that had a disparate impact on female applicants at its grocery distribution centers, according to a consent decree filed Monday in Kentucky federal court.
The California Supreme Court on Monday made it tougher for plaintiffs to show that a rival violated Golden State competition statutes by interfering with their contracts and restraining trade, reasoning that without certain pleading requirements the statutes could chill legitimate competition.
General Motors accused Fiat Chrysler on Monday of stashing millions in foreign bank accounts to funnel bribes to senior auto workers union officials and planting moles within GM to corrupt the collective bargaining process, saying new evidence justifies reviving its racketeering lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler.
Northern California state Judge Samuel McAdam has a glowing review of his experience last month bringing jurors back after a monthslong break to resume a personal injury trial, in his Sacramento-area court's first civil jury action since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Saying he lacked factual justification, a Delaware bankruptcy judge declined Monday to delay a $305 million stalking horse bidder assignment for Brooks Brothers' Chapter 11 sale, despite warnings that a bidder offering an additional $29 million could drop out otherwise.
A former Major League Baseball pitcher turned health supplement salesman has lost his unfair competition suit against the league's players union in the first inning, with California federal Judge William Alsup tossing all of the claims and pledging to address the union's request for "substantial sanctions."
The Second Circuit on Monday reversed the dismissal of a stock-drop suit accusing the real estate investment trust Omega Healthcare Investors Inc. of failing to disclose a $15 million loan it made to one of its major tenants.
In the first public break from the Senate majority leader's vow to fill any U.S. Supreme Court vacancy that arises in 2020, Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski has said it's too late in a presidential election year for a high court confirmation.
A D.C. federal judge on Monday tossed a bid for additional discovery by three female former Jones Day attorneys in a blockbuster pay discrimination proposed class action, saying their request was too broad, but he nevertheless gave them a chance to narrow their demands.