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Jones Day told a Washington, D.C., federal court Thursday that a discrimination suit brought by two married former associates challenging the firm’s parental leave policy is merely a “quibble” over semantics.
Supreme Court advocates are liking the court's new format allowing two minutes of uninterrupted argument time before the justices begin asking questions, even if the court's most active interrogator, Justice Sonia Sotomayor, is still adapting to the change.
Pacific Gas & Electric Co. noteholders and wildfire victims have filed a joint alternative to the California utility’s own Chapter 11 plan that would give the noteholders control of the company and victims an additional $6 billion in potential compensation.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Friday to hear an appeal by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security in a case concerning whether district courts have the power to review whether asylum seekers have established a credible fear fear of persecution.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Friday to consider whether a provision in federal immigration law strips circuit courts’ authority to review factual findings underpinning decisions that deny deportation relief for immigrants with criminal histories who fear persecution.
Despite a tearful apology a federal judge said was sincere, a wealthy real estate developer was sentenced on Friday to one month in prison for paying $75,000 to have his daughter's standardized test score fraudulently inflated in the "Varsity Blues" college admissions scandal.
A Johnson & Johnson unit accused a Philadelphia judge of “partisan glee” when he high-fived and took photos with jurors after they returned an $8 billion punitive damages award over the side effects of Risperdal, asking that he recuse himself from the company’s requested retrial.
An attorney overseeing a former Highland Capital affiliate's Texas insolvency told a Delaware bankruptcy judge Friday she will likely press for appointment of a Chapter 11 trustee for Highland's newly filed case, citing a litany of fraudulent transfer allegations involving the company in both states.
Johnson & Johnson said Friday it is recalling a shipment of baby powder after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration found the presence of asbestos during an inspection.
Defense counsel urged jurors hearing fraud charges against former Barclays executives Friday not to be distracted by “poor taste humor” in which the bankers joked about the possibility of ending up in jail over plans to raise money from Qatar during the financial crisis.