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In a bid to prevent discovery that could involve President Donald Trump's financial records, government attorneys asked a Maryland federal judge Friday to stay Maryland and the District of Columbia's suit alleging Trump's potential profit from foreign and domestic governments at Trump International Hotel violates the Constitution's emoluments clauses.
A Massachusetts federal court has told the owner of a U.S. mining company he has defaulted for failure to defend himself in a suit alleging he failed to pay any part of a $5.6 million arbitration award issued to the Sultanate of Oman in a limestone mining dispute.
A California federal court ruled Friday that a lobbyist and his firm would not face claims they were involved in an alleged scheme by the Qatari government to hack the email account of a prominent Republican fundraiser and President Donald Trump supporter and leak stolen or doctored emails to the press.
The U.S. Department of Defense agency tasked with overseeing DOD contracts made a number of significant mistakes when implementing contracts for its own software project meant to help with its oversight duties, as part of a broader systemic problem within the defense agency, an independent watchdog group claimed in a new report.
Oxygen therapy giant Lincare Inc. will pay $5.25 million to resolve whistleblower allegations that it flouted the False Claims Act by paying kickbacks in the form of waived copayments owed by Medicare Advantage beneficiaries, the U.S. Department of Justice has announced.