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AGs Cut $102M Deal With Indivior In Suboxone Antitrust Case
More than three dozen state-level enforcers reached a $102.5 million deal on Friday with Indivior Inc. to resolv...(read more)
DuPont, Others Strike $1B Deal In 'Forever Chemicals' Suits
Chemical companies DuPont, Chemours, and Corteva have struck a deal worth more than $1.1 billion with water comp...(read more)
Ill. Judge Mulls Redo Of First BIPA Trial, Prejudgment Interest
An Illinois federal judge warned BNSF Railway on Friday that if he favors its bid for a new damages trial and throws out the $228 million verdict in the first case under Illinois' biometric privacy law to go before a jury last year, evidence it persuaded him to exclude from the first go-round on the company's finances could come into play.
Zelenskyy Adviser Wants Full Energy Embargo Against Russia
In an interview with Law360, Vladyslav Vlasiuk, chief of staff for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, said he hopes allies will impose a full embargo on Russian energy and ban trading with Russia of all goods that can be used for both civilian and military purposes.
Trump Says NY Judge's Liberal 'Bias' Requires Recusal
Donald Trump demanded the New York state judge overseeing his hush money conspiracy case recuse himself due to his daughter's liberal activism, his anti-Republican campaign donations, and his alleged pushing of Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg to flip on his boss, according to a filing unsealed Friday.
Search Of Ga. Atty's Laptop Halted In Young Thug Trial
An Atlanta judge issued a temporary restraining order Friday against the seizure and search of a laptop belonging to a defense attorney in a racketeering trial against rapper Young Thug and others, forcing the laptop's return pending a hearing on the matter.
JPML Consolidates T-Mobile Data Breach Suits In Missouri
The Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation on Friday consolidated in the Western District of Missouri a slew of proposed class actions against T-Mobile over a data breach that occurred in 2022, finding that consolidation will best serve the parties and that the Missouri court was supported by T-Mobile and some plaintiffs.
Asset Seizure Targets Offices Linked To Consumer Debt Firm
Under a police watch, a bankruptcy trustee and his employees in California seized property from a set of offices on Friday with ties to the now-bankrupt law firm Litigation Practice Group and its leader, disbarred attorney Tony Diab, the firm's court-appointed bankruptcy trustee confirmed.
DOJ Tells DC Circ. Bannon's Contempt Appeal Is Meritless
Federal prosecutors asked the D.C. Circuit on Friday to affirm former Trump White House aide Steve Bannon's contempt of Congress convictions related to the investigation into the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, arguing all challenges he's raised on appeal either are meritless or have already been waived.
Is SEC's Universal Proxy Rule Living Up To The Hype?
There's been a lot of talk that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's universal proxy rule will have a seismic impact on shareholder activism, but the rule has failed to live up to the hype — at least for this proxy season.
US Moves Toward Legal Dispute Over Mexico's Corn Policy
The Biden administration announced a new round of talks with Mexico on Friday over its efforts to ban U.S. corn for human consumption, pushing the disagreement over genetically modified crops one step closer to a full-fledged trade dispute.
Legal Industry Job Growth Lags Behind The Wider Economy
Even as the wider economy saw more robust job growth in May, the legal sector continued to post scant employment increases, according to preliminary data released Friday by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
SEC Database Breach Was Broader Than Initially Revealed
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission revealed on Friday that its enforcement team's improper access to documents related to pending in-house proceedings was much more extensive than initially revealed, saying that the breach may have affected nearly 90 cases.
Fla. Judge Rejects DQ Bid In Disney Fight, Still Steps Aside
Northern District of Florida Chief Judge Mark E. Walker on Thursday denied Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' attempt to disqualify him from overseeing The Walt Disney Co.'s suit challenging the Sunshine State's takeover of Disney's self-governing district, although the federal judge opted to recuse himself for other reasons.
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