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Fidelity Investments' charitable giving arm made false promises to philanthropists to secure their donation of stock and then exhibited "gross incompetence" by "blindly dumping" the shares, a California federal magistrate judge heard Monday during opening arguments in a closely watched bench trial over who controls gifts made to donor-advised funds.
The New Yorker has suspended Jeffrey Toobin while it investigates allegations the prominent reporter, lawyer and legal analyst masturbated during a Zoom call with colleagues, a New Yorker spokesperson confirmed Monday.
The California federal judge overseeing Michael Avenatti's embezzlement case on Monday severed the trial in two, saying the wire fraud charges should be tried separately from the bank and tax fraud charges, and noted that the coronavirus will likely delay the December trial until early next year.
A California federal judge repeatedly warned Apple and Epic Games Inc.'s counsel Monday that she'll sanction attorneys for any "nastiness" as their antitrust fight heads toward a May bench trial, and also aired concerns the public has maxed out the court's Zoom license and posted bootlegged videos of some hearings online.
Midstream resource management company Targa Channelview LLC will have to return $129 million plus interest that energy company Vitol Americas Corp. paid it to build a crude oil storage and processing facility, after a Texas state court ruled that Targa breached a construction agreement.
The National Labor Relations Board misread labor law by placing workers' rights below those of nonemployee organizers in a precedential decision limiting workers' power to protest at work locations not owned by their employers, a musicians' union attorney said at D.C. Circuit arguments Monday.
A memorabilia auction company sued Debevoise & Plimpton LLP on Saturday, saying the firm's attorneys "abysmally failed" their duties and "annihilated" the company's market value by trying to cover up their own mishandling of an SEC investigation into potential fraud.
A Pennsylvania grand jury has indicted six Russian military officers for cyberattacks, including the destructive 2017 NotPetya malware attack, from the same intelligence unit accused of interfering with the 2016 presidential election, the U.S. Department of Justice said Monday.
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network on Monday levied a $60 million civil money penalty against the head of two bitcoin businesses for violations of Bank Secrecy Act regulations, stating that he facilitated illicit activity including drug transactions and child pornography by operating in the "darkest spaces of the internet."
Justice Clarence Thomas on Monday blasted the U.S. Supreme Court for failing to dispel "uncertainty" left by its July ruling on federal, state and tribal jurisdiction in McGirt v. Oklahoma, dissenting sharply from the court's refusal to take up a petition over a state tax on gaming equipment leased to a tribal casino.
A New Jersey man is behind bars for threatening to kill a federal judge over his dissatisfaction about how his civil lawsuit is being handled, calling the judge a "traitor" facing a "death sentence" and threatening to publicly reveal where the jurist lives, federal prosecutors said Monday.
The U.S. Supreme Court asked for the federal government's take Monday on whether it should review the Second Circuit's holding that PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP retirees could receive money damages in a 14-year-old ERISA case.