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The owner of Long Island retirement community Amsterdam at Harborside is seeking Chapter 11 protection in a New York bankruptcy court with a pre-negotiated plan to refinance over $199 million in debt as it deals with a failure to attract enough residents.
A California federal judge on Tuesday rejected ex-Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes' 45-page juror questionnaire for her upcoming criminal fraud trial that asked jurors to specify media outlets they follow, asking defense counsel "what does it matter" if jurors get information from "an online NPR article or an online Breitbart article?"
A Jefferson County, Texas, jury has awarded a widower $116 million against United of Omaha Life Insurance Co., after he alleged the insurer wrongly and retroactively canceled his wife's policy and denied his benefits claim.
Live chat customer service rivals closed out a California federal trade secrets trial Tuesday with LivePerson urging jurors to find 7.ai ripped off its software and to send a message by awarding upward of $85 million in punitive damages, while 7 painted itself as the bullied victim.
The Fourth Circuit on Tuesday revived journalists' First Amendment challenge to a Maryland law that prohibits the broadcast of official court recordings of criminal trial hearings, ruling that the lower court was wrong not to hold the law up to strict scrutiny before dismissing the claim.
A New York state judge on Tuesday denied a challenge from Harvey Weinstein regarding his expected extradition to California to face charges of rape and sexual assault, after the imprisoned film mogul initially won a delay of the proceedings due to faulty paperwork.
Five of the eight parents who are still fighting charges in the "Varsity Blues" college admissions case will face a Boston jury in September and the rest will be tried in January, a federal judge said Tuesday, anticipating a more "normal" post-pandemic courtroom setup.
A California judge on Tuesday rejected drugmakers' efforts to end a landmark opioid trial in which Golden State communities contend that marketing of narcotic painkillers caused an addiction epidemic.
The Office of the United States Trustee has objected to a proposal from bankrupt talc miner Imerys Talc America to acquire small businesses in its Chapter 11 to serve as investment vehicles for its funds, saying the debtor must show the investments are a proper use of estate resources.
A cache of emails released Tuesday shows how former President Donald Trump directed his aides to persuade the U.S. Department of Justice to file a lawsuit challenging the results of the 2020 presidential election in the U.S. Supreme Court, an unsuccessful pressure campaign that featured top White House officials and outside lawyers.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office said Tuesday that a U.S. Department of Homeland Security freeze on border wall construction was legal, distinguishing it from a Trump administration pause on Ukraine military assistance that the watchdog previously found unlawful.
Renowned appellate attorney Paul Clement is joining the defense team in a court battle stemming from a sexual harassment probe into the Washington Football Team, according to a Tuesday court filing.