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Harvard University students could not have reasonably expected that the school would guarantee in-person learning even during a global pandemic, a federal judge ruled Monday, tossing a proposed class action seeking refunds for classes forced online by COVID-19.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday held that Patent Trial and Appeal Board judges are unconstitutionally appointed but that giving the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's director more control over their rulings will fix the problem.
The U.S. Supreme Court vacated certification in a decade-old investor class action against Goldman Sachs on Monday with an order instructing lower courts to consider whether a company's alleged misstatements are too generic to be relied upon by an entire class of investors.
A Florida federal jury said Friday that a service member sustained $1.7 million in hearing loss damages from 3M's combat earplugs, and that 3M was 62% responsible, handing the company its second loss in three rapid-fire bellwether trials.
A Delaware bankruptcy judge dismissed a string of claims Friday in a 15-month-old Chapter 11 battle between interests of distressed-debt mogul Lynn Tilton and bankrupt Zohar Funds holding more than $1.4 billion in Tilton venture-related debt, but allowed repleading for a majority of those tossed.
Former GCI Liberty Inc. directors have agreed to a $110 million settlement in Delaware to end stockholder class litigation over alleged maneuvers by its controllers and fiduciary duty breaches in GCI's stock-for-stock acquisition, valued at $8.7 billion, by Liberty Broadband Corp. last year.
President Joe Biden on Friday tapped Christi Grimm, the principal deputy inspector general for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Inspector General, to officially lead the watchdog division.
A bitterly divided Iowa Supreme Court on Friday tossed an effort by environmental groups to force state lawmakers to curtail river pollution, with the majority saying the groups had presented a political issue inappropriate for the courts to decide.
Puerto Rico U.S. District Judge Francisco A. Besosa plans to take senior status Jan. 1, after a judicial career that saw the U.S. Supreme Court back his rulings on a Puerto Rican debt restructuring law and the criminal-law principle of double jeopardy.
The Boy Scouts of America on Friday filed a revised Chapter 11 plan with a Delaware bankruptcy court, saying after talks with tort claimants it is willing to pledge up to $250 million, double its previous contribution, to a settlement trust for sexual abuse survivors.
The summer's surging travel bookings, vaccination rates and business reopenings spell a host of challenges for commercial airlines plotting an economic rebound following the heavy blows wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reality television star Erika Girardi's companies may have received over $20 million in loans from her husband's law firm, Girardi Keese, along with improperly assigned fees from a client settlement, a bankruptcy trustee's special counsel claimed Friday in court documents.