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An Alabama man accused of promoting a cryptocurrency investment pyramid scheme faced questioning in Florida federal court Wednesday about his involvement with similar businesses as the Federal Trade Commission pushed for sanctions over his alleged failure to follow a court order to produce and preserve certain documents.
The U.S. Supreme Court's impending decision on how much deference courts should give to the Federal Communications Commission on the Telephone Consumer Protection Act is poised to change the way plaintiffs and defendants frame key issues that have fueled an explosion of litigation under the statute, attorneys say.
A Florida federal judge on Wednesday held that John McAfee, founder of the eponymous cybersecurity software company, is liable for the death of a man who owned a vacation home next to his in Belize.
The one-year prison term U.S. District Judge Allison D. Burroughs imposed Wednesday on a former Bank of America executive who embezzled $2.7 million by hoodwinking nonprofits was not the sentence she originally had planned.
A federal judge has rejected claims that Bank of America Corp. breached its contract with a Philadelphia-area law firm by failing to stop a half-a-million-dollar wire transfer initiated after a partner fell victim to a phishing scheme.