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Two South Korean petroleum and refinery companies have agreed to plead guilty and pay $126 million in criminal fines and civil damages for rigging bids on defense fuel supply contracts, the U.S. Department of Justice’s antitrust chief said Wednesday.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas asked a question at oral arguments for the first time in over three years Wednesday morning, breaking his silence in a Mississippi death penalty case where the lead prosecutor excluded virtually every potential African-American juror.
An attorney for Insys Therapeutics founder John Kapoor asked a judge for a mistrial in Boston federal court Wednesday, saying a witness should not have been allowed to testify about how a heavy prescriber of Insys' fentanyl spray was also addicted to opioid painkillers himself.
An Ohio federal judge on Wednesday disqualified BakerHostetler from two bellwether cases in the multidistrict opioid litigation, citing confidential information that a firm partner viewed while working at the U.S. Department of Justice.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that law firms that conduct nonjudicial foreclosures, or foreclosures outside of the court system, are not generally considered debt collectors under a key federal law that sets out a host of restrictions on the debt collection business.
A week and a half after the Ethiopian Airlines crash that took 157 lives, President Donald Trump said he planned to nominate a former Delta Air Lines senior vice president to fill the long-vacant role of Federal Aviation Administration chief.
A Florida federal judge ruled Tuesday that John McAfee, founder of the eponymous cybersecurity software company, must pay more than $25 million in damages in a wrongful death suit accusing McAfee of ordering the murder of a man who owned a vacation home next to his in Belize.
A Pennsylvania federal judge on Tuesday awarded more than $4.3 million in fees and costs to attorneys representing indirect purchasers in long-running multidistrict litigation over alleged drywall price-fixing after criticizing their work settling their clients' claims in the suit.
Dentons can continue to practice law in Hawaii after a published decision from the state’s Supreme Court shot down a challenge contending the firm cannot practice in the state unless every partner is licensed in Hawaii.
A Florida federal judge sanctioned a litigation trust set up by Venezuela’s state-owned oil company Tuesday for failing to make two key witnesses available for deposition in its now-dismissed suit claiming an energy trading firm engaged in a bribery scheme that hurt the oil company.