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A Missouri federal judge on Wednesday cut a punitive damages award that a Missouri farm won against Monsanto and BASF in a bellwether trial over claims the weedkiller dicamba ruined the farm's peach trees from $250 million to $60 million, ruling that the case involved only economic damages as opposed to physical harm.
The Second Circuit revived a securities suit against China-based TAL Education Group on Wednesday after finding investors had sufficiently supported their claims that TAL secretly controlled two companies in which it had invested.
A Missouri federal judge on Wednesday gave his blessing to a proposed $5 million class settlement resolving Walmart shoppers' claims that the retail giant stiffed customers on full refunds when accepting returns.
A computer crime law whose scope has been hotly debated since it was passed in 1984 will be in the limelight Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court considers whether a Georgia police officer violated federal law by abusing his access to an online government database. Here's a breakdown of three key questions that may arise and could decide where the court ultimately comes down.
Norwegian Cruise Line slammed investors' claims that it ran a "top-down" deceptive sales campaign downplaying the COVID-19 pandemic to prospective customers in order to stave off revenue losses, maintaining that it doesn't have to disclose allegedly aggressive sales practices.