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Trump Warrant Shows Espionage, Obstruction Investigation
Former President Donald Trump is under investigation for obstruction of justice and potential violations of the ...(read more)
Monsanto Atty Grills Oncologist On Roundup Usage Numbers
A cancer specialist linking Monsanto's Roundup to three customers' lymphomas was questioned on the stand Friday about discrepancies between his and other experts' calculations of the plaintiffs' weedkiller usage and the timelines of their cancers.
Bryant Crash Pic Sharing 'Shocked' Fireman's Wife, Jury Told
The wife of a Los Angeles Fire Department member told a California jury Friday she was "disgusted" and "shocked" witnessing a county fire department official at an awards ceremony sharing photos of the fatal helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant, saying that two of her relatives also died in the accident.
9th Circ. Might Wait Before Ruling On COVID Insurance Suits
Several Washington businesses urged a Ninth Circuit panel Friday to rule that their insurance policies cover COVID-19-related business losses related to government shutdown orders, while the judges wrestled with whether they should make any decision at all until the Washington Supreme Court rules on its first COVID-19 coverage suit.
SEC Mulls Tentative Settlement With Ex-Dewey CFO
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission told a New York federal judge on Friday it has reached a tentative settlement to resolve its claims against Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP's former chief financial officer, who was convicted of fraud, but said the agency needs time to consider the deal.
Google To Pay $42.7M For Misleading Australians On Data Use
An Australian court has ordered Google to pay A$60 million ($42.7 million) for misleading Android users about how the tech giant was collecting and using their location information.
Subpoena Blizzard Sets Stage For Musk-Twitter Trial In Del.
There are captains of finance, titans of tech, friends of Elon Musk, defenders of Twitter, financial firms, banks, lawyers and more, all caught in a blizzard of subpoenas tied to Twitter's lawsuit in Delaware Chancery Court challenging Musk's attempt to terminate his $44 billion offer to buy the social media giant.
Appalachia Opioid Charges Dropped After High Court Ruling
The U.S. Department of Justice has dropped its charges against the remaining defendants in a case accusing a defunct drug distributor, two of its executives and two pharmacists of colluding to flood small towns in Appalachia with highly addictive painkillers, after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling made such cases harder to prove.
Book Publishing Industry Gets Close Read In Merger Trial
After two weeks presiding over the government's effort to stop Penguin Random House's planned purchase of Simon & Schuster, U.S. District Judge Florence Y. Pan has shown both skepticism and frustration with arguments made by both sides of the merger fight.
2nd Circ. Upholds Ex-Alstom Exec's FCPA Acquittal
The Second Circuit on Friday upheld a lower court's acquittal of former Alstom SA executive Lawrence Hoskins on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act charges relating to bribery of Indonesian government officials, finding that he was not an agent of Alstom's U.S. subsidiary.
NY Pension Plan To Scope Energy Giants' Climate Risk Plans
New York state's employee pension fund said Friday it is evaluating more than two dozen publicly traded oil and gas companies to gauge how ready they are for the risks that come with the transition to a "net-zero" economy, warning that the fund may restrict investments in those that are not.
Judge Urges 'Open Mind' In Talks To End $4.5M Escrow Fight
A New York federal judge on Friday told disbarred and incarcerated New York City real estate attorney Mitchell Kossoff to confer once more with a former client, urging the parties to agree on language to resolve a nearly $4.5 million civil suit from April 2021.
Fed. Circ. Won't Revive Water Meter Patent Axed By PTAB
The Federal Circuit on Friday affirmed a Patent Trial and Appeal Board decision that invalidated 15 claims in a Kamstrup AS ultrasonic water meter patent challenged by Axioma Metering UAB, ruling that the board's decision is supported by substantial evidence.
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