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The Texas Supreme Court Friday denied a petition from a developer seeking $9 million from a Dallas suburb for building a library on land the company sold the city, claiming the construction violated terms of the deed.
An Eleventh Circuit panel’s unpublished opinion Friday revived a bid by a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs general contractor and its insurer sureties to recoup attorneys' fees on a dropped subcontractor suit alleging shorted payment, concluding the law doesn’t limit attorneys' fees from such suits only to subcontractors.
After objections from Democrats on Friday the Senate agreed to a Monday vote on President Donald Trump's nominee for CIA director, leaving the new administration with just two appointees approved after its first day in office.
Mesa Power Group LLC, which is fighting to revive its CA$775 million ($600 million) claim against Canada over the Ontario government's allegedly unfair renewable energy regulatory process, urged a D.C. federal court on Thursday to view its case as similar to one recently won by Windstream Energy LLC.
The Defense Department will have a new head, as the Senate approved the nomination of a former Marine general hours after President Donald Trump was sworn in Friday, the first member of the new president’s cabinet.