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A Massachusetts federal judge sentenced a former TGP Capital private equity executive to three months behind bars Wednesday for paying a $50,000 bribe in the "Varsity Blues" scandal to boost his son's standardized test scores.
Attorneys for House Democrats and the Biden administration revealed late Tuesday that they've "reached an agreement in principle" in the nearly two-year legal showdown over lawmakers' bid to compel testimony from former Trump White House counsel Don McGahn about the former president's efforts to interfere with the Mueller probe.
President Joe Biden tapped six women and lawyers of color for judicial spots Wednesday, including two for the Second and Tenth circuits who would become the only judges on those courts with experience as federal public defenders.
CNN's attempt to shed Alan Dershowitz's $300 million defamation suit over its coverage of his legal representation of former President Donald Trump in his first impeachment trial escalated in Florida federal court Tuesday into a debate on how the First Amendment applies to today's divided political landscape.
The U.S. Senate passed a Democratic-backed measure Tuesday to nullify the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency's "true lender" rule, delivering a win for consumer advocates in their campaign against the Trump-era regulation on bank lending partnerships.
Before Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes and her ex-boyfriend were charged with deceiving investors and patients about their blood-testing technology's efficacy, the pair exchanged voluminous text messages that now threaten to provide jurors at Holmes' criminal trial this summer a rare window into her psyche.
A Gibson Dunn & Crutcher partner testified Tuesday in Chevron foe Steven Donziger's contempt trial that a court order mandating him to hand over his devices included privacy protections, despite Donziger's fears about delivering the entire body of his communications to the company.
Convincing private businesses to open up to the government about cybercrime could be key in preventing future hacks of U.S. critical infrastructure, a risk underscored by a ransomware attack that has shuttered one of the nation's largest fuel pipelines.
Former United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams was sentenced to 21 months in prison Tuesday for accepting luxurious gifts paid for with union funds, part of a sprawling embezzlement scheme that led to more than a dozen convictions.
The Federal Circuit on Tuesday upheld a jury verdict that DNA analysis patents Pacific Biosciences asserted against Oxford Nanopore Technologies Inc. are invalid for lack of enablement, rejecting PacBio's argument that Oxford used fearmongering over COVID-19 to pull off a win.
A California federal judge has signed off on an approximately $1.3 billion deal that includes full reimbursements for repairs and extended warranties to settle consolidated class claims that Hyundai and Kia sold vehicles with failure-prone engines that could sometimes catch fire.
The Federal Circuit has found that a Samba TV targeted ad patent isn't patentable under the U.S. Supreme Court's Alice ruling, siding with TV data company Alphonso Inc. in the patent fight.