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Soundgarden, Hole, Steve Earle, and the estates of Tom Petty and Tupac hit Universal Music Group with a $100 million putative class action in California federal court Friday, alleging that it breached its contracts with its artists when it allowed their master recordings to be lost in a 2008 fire and failed to report the losses to them.
President Donald Trump said Friday he would seek the Senate's confirmation of acting Defense Secretary Mark Esper to occupy the Pentagon's top post on a permanent basis and also nominated candidates for deputy defense secretary and secretary of the Army.
A California federal judge on Friday granted in part and denied in part Facebook's attempt to kill consolidated litigation over a data breach that affected nearly 50 million of its user accounts, cutting the bulk of users' claims but giving both named plaintiffs leave to amend.
A Florida federal judge on Friday recommended denying a bid to disqualify Kelley Drye & Warren LLP for passing confidential discovery information to its client, calling the firm's conduct "disappointing" but suggesting in a strongly worded report that it should instead face sanctions and pay the legal fees stemming from the scuffle.
An Oklahoma health official testifying Friday in the state's landmark opioid-crisis trial heavily criticized Johnson & Johnson unit Janssen's motives for funding a prescription drug abuse education program in 2009, saying it appeared the program was "not supposed to work" as anything more than an image-burnishing tactic.
The Third Circuit revived a portion of bone cement maker Heraeus Medical GmbH's trade secrets suit against chemical manufacturer Esschem Inc. on Friday, saying Heraeus can pursue claims stemming from any alleged misappropriation that occurred within a three-year window before the suit was filed.
A Pennsylvania federal magistrate judge has recommended that Podhurst Orseck PA receive 20% of a former NFL player's settlement award in multidistrict litigation over concussion injuries related to play on the field, rejecting the player's contention that he did not hire the firm to individually represent him.
An in-house Amazon Studios attorney and former Jones Day associate has sought to be included in a $200 million proposed class and collective action that contends the BigLaw firm discriminates against women.
House Democrats put forward a $4.5 billion emergency spending bill Friday to address the increasing number of people crossing the southern border, with the lawmakers saying the measure includes provisions that will better protect migrant children than the Senate bill that advanced earlier this week.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday threw out the conviction of a Mississippi man sentenced to death because the local prosecutor, over the course of six separate trials, systematically excluded African Americans from serving on the jury, calling that history strong enough evidence of discriminatory intent.