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Dunkin’ Donuts’ parent company urged the Second Circuit on Friday to affirm a lower court’s dismissal of a putative class action alleging that the chain illegally charged sales tax, saying that the complainants can only take up their dispute with New York tax authorities.
The U.S. Supreme Court appeared skeptical Tuesday over whether the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission should be afforded broad authority to subpoena personnel information, as the justices considered whether appellate courts should use a deferential standard to review the enforcement of subpoenas.
Keurig Green Mountain Inc. has struck a $5.8 million deal with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to end allegations that the company knew a defect in its coffee makers was giving customers second- and third-degree burns but didn't take any action, the agency said Tuesday.
Class counsel for a nationwide group of corn producers, as well as groups from eight states, in multidistrict litigation over Syngenta’s allegedly false promotion of genetically modified corn accused several law firms of trying to steal their clients, asking a Kansas federal court Friday to direct the firms to stay away.
The Second Circuit on Tuesday denied for a second time a motion for bail by a liquor wholesaler and former restaurateur charged in an alleged $12 million Ponzi scheme hours after it heard arguments that the government moved the goal posts by ditching its original argument against bail only to come up with a new theory.