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  • November 17, 2017

    Feds Say Courts Can't Make Immigrant Soldiers Citizens

    The government told a D.C. federal judge on Friday that courts don’t have the right to confer citizenship, moving to dismiss a suit brought by noncitizen Army recruits accusing it of unfairly delaying the expedited naturalization they were promised under a recently paused program.

  • November 17, 2017

    Facebook Sheds User Tracking MDL For Third And Final Time

    A California federal judge on Friday tossed for the third and final time sprawling multidistrict litigation accusing Facebook of unlawfully tracking users' browsing activity after they signed off, ruling that plaintiffs had failed to identify an actual contract that prohibited the social media site's behavior. 

  • November 17, 2017

    Sandridge Investor Can't Sue Due To Bankruptcy: 10th Circ.

    The Tenth Circuit on Friday rejected an objector’s challenge to a $38 million settlement that ended a derivative suit against the directors of an energy company that went bankrupt while the case was pending, saying he lost the right to sue when the company’s shares were canceled.

  • November 17, 2017

    Insurer Doesn't Owe Defense Of Data Breach Suit, Judge Says

    The Hanover Insurance Co. doesn't have to defend Innovak International Inc. in a proposed class action claiming the information technology company failed to prevent a 2016 data breach that compromised users' personal information, a Florida federal judge ruled Friday, saying coverage doesn't exist because the data wasn't allegedly published by Innovak.

  • November 17, 2017

    Cherokee Nation Latest To Accuse Tuna Cos. Of Price Fixing

    The Cherokee Nation on Thursday lodged a proposed class action in California federal court against a handful of tuna companies, including Bumble Bee and StarKist, accusing them of violating federal and numerous state consumer protection laws over an alleged canned tuna price-fixing scheme.

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