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  • January 18, 2018

    Cardno Says Bid To Vacate $15M Award Is Time-Barred

    Cardno Ltd. has renewed its push to enforce a $15 million arbitration award it won against an Ecuadorean engineering firm that allegedly hid a bribery scheme, telling a Florida federal judge Wednesday that the South American company's counterclaims are time-barred and invite the court to overstep its authority.

  • January 18, 2018

    C&J Energy Services Sues Ex-Managers Over Competing Co.

    C&J Energy Services, a company that specializes in drilling, completing and servicing wells, filed a lawsuit in state district court in Houston Tuesday against three former employees and a new company those employees launched, alleging the trio has poached engineers and customers in violation of noncompete agreements.

  • January 17, 2018

    TransPerfect Dispute Flares Up Over Shawe's Purchase Bid

    The fighting over control of legal translation firm TransPerfect erupted again Wednesday as co-founder Elizabeth Elting pushed the Delaware Chancery Court to reject a purchase bid from rival Philip Shawe, valued at nearly $800 million, which the court-appointed custodian running the sale process said was the top offer.

  • January 17, 2018

    Panama Attys Say Trump Hotel Co.'s RICO Claims 'Absurd'

    The largest law firm in Panama hit Trump International Hotels Management LLC on Wednesday with a suit in Delaware Chancery Court, alleging the company responded to arbitration action over a “mismanaged” Panamanian hotel by throwing a temper tantrum and improperly dragging the hotel’s counsel into the fight on “absurd” claims.

  • January 17, 2018

    Judge Trims Claims Against Ford In Shattering Sunroof Suit

    Ford Motor Co. must face some of the claims in a proposed class action over allegedly defective sunroofs that can spontaneously shatter, a federal judge in the Western District of Washington ruled Tuesday, rejecting the carmaker’s argument that the Ford Escape owner behind the suit lacks standing.

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