A London jury on Tuesday found one former Barclays PLC trader guilty of manipulating a key European interest rate reference for financial gain but acquitted one other, a mixed bag for the Serious Fraud Office in its retrial.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday overturned a Ninth Circuit decision that the National Park Service had the power to enforce its hovercraft ban on an Alaska river, ruling unanimously that a federal law for Alaska lands protected a moose hunter's hovercraft use.
A group of Harvard law students that has launched a year-long campaign to end so-called coercive contracts in the legal industry said Tuesday it is escalating the pressure by sending teams to hand out fliers outside DLA Piper’s Boston office and Venable LLP’s office in Washington, D.C.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that countries sued under a terrorism exception to sovereign immunity must be served directly and not through their U.S.-based embassy, rejecting survivors of the USS Cole bombing's attempts to collect on a $315 million default judgment against Sudan.
Counsel for Johnson & Johnson and an attorney for a 36-year-old woman with mesothelioma faced off in California court Monday, seeking to answer if minerals found in J&J's talcum powder products are actually asbestos or a harmless look-alike.
Communications company Voip-Pal.com Inc. lost a handful of lawsuits accusing tech giants Apple, Twitter, AT&T and Verizon of infringing a pair of call-routing patents when a California federal judge on Monday ruled Voip-Pal's patents are too generalized and abstract to be valid.
In a dramatic escalation, the Trump administration late Monday told the Fifth Circuit that it supports a recent court ruling that invalidated the entire Affordable Care Act.
The lead prosecutor of "pharma bro" Martin Shkreli and the alleged multibillion-dollar fraud on Malaysia's sovereign wealth fund has been tapped as acting chief of the criminal division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York.
A Boston federal jury is getting an incomplete impression in the racketeering trial of five former Insys Therapeutics executives because the company has refused to waive its attorney-client privilege, a judge said Monday as she reluctantly limited the scope of testimony by two upcoming witnesses.
Members of both parties called for public testimony and the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report Monday after Attorney General William Barr released a summary over the weekend that indicated Mueller's investigation found no coordination between President Donald Trump's campaign and the Russian government.