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The Supreme Court on Thursday overturned a decision allowing a man to sue federal officers for a violent arrest, finding that the trial court's judgment throwing out his Federal Tort Claims Act suit against the government blocks any suit based on the same event against the officers involved.
The Manhattan district attorney's office received copies of years of former President Donald Trump's tax and business records after the U.S. Supreme Court denied Trump's request to halt enforcement of a grand jury subpoena for the records.
The anti-affirmative action group suing Harvard University over its race-conscious admissions policy asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday to hear the case with the hope of ending the use of race in college admissions altogether.
PwC's counsel elicited testimony Wednesday in a California federal bench trial implying an ex-employee suing the auditing powerhouse for retaliation was fired for being unprofessional rather than for his purported whistleblowing, bolstering the cross-examination with text and email evidence of him criticizing colleagues and calling a superior a "pussy."
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's acting chair directed the agency on Wednesday to step up its focus on climate-related disclosures, starting with a review of the existing guidance on the issue that was published over 11 years ago.
An attempt by a vendor of the National Rifle Association to reconstitute the official committee of unsecured creditors in the organization's Chapter 11 case failed Wednesday when a Texas judge said the current committee adequately represents the interests of all unsecured creditors.
A former Goldman Sachs attorney must arbitrate her claims that she was fired for reporting a sex harassment cover-up, a New York state judge has ruled, over the lawyer's contention that the arbitration process is "anti-woman."
The trustee for victims of deadly wildfires relaunched a suit Wednesday in California state court seeking to hold nearly two dozen former officers and directors of PG&E liable for allegedly failing to ensure precautions were in place that could have prevented the fires or lessened the extensive damage.
The Texas federal judge who presided over the criminal jury trials of R. Allen Stanford and his co-conspirators in a $7 billion Ponzi scheme sentenced the last defendant in the long-running case on Wednesday to the maximum — two consecutive 60-month sentences.
President Joe Biden on Wednesday lifted the Trump administration's orders preventing foreigners from moving to the U.S. on new green cards, saying the orders failed to advance American interests.
A California magistrate judge ordered third-party game distributor Valve Corp. on Wednesday to hand over certain sales and pricing data to Apple in Epic Games' antitrust suit over the tech giant's App Store fees, telling Valve, "Apple has salted the earth with subpoenas, so don't worry, it's not just you."
A United Auto Workers unit is suing Spirit Aerosystems Holdings Inc. to keep an Oklahoma aircraft parts manufacturing plant open, saying the company hid its plans to close the plant and lay off more than 100 workers, violating the unit's contract.