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A Kansas federal judge gave final approval Friday to Syngenta AG's $1.5 billion deal to resolve claims filed on behalf of 650,000 corn producers over the agricultural giant's genetically modified corn seed, a deal that handed class counsel a $503 million cut.
U.S. prosecutors told a federal appeals court Thursday that they were withdrawing their request for a longer sentence for Mehmet Hakan Atilla, the Turkish banker sentenced to 32 months in prison despite prosecutors' request that he serve 15 years for helping skirt sanctions against Iran.
A Lebanese businessman who the U.S. Department of Treasury claims has ties to the terrorist organization Hezbollah entered a guilty plea Thursday to a money laundering charge stemming from an attempt to avoid U.S. sanctions placed on him, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
The Federal Circuit on Friday overturned a U.S. International Trade Commission decision refusing Laerdal Medical Corp.’s request for an import ban against companies accused of infringing its trade dress rights to medical devices, saying the ITC waited too long to take issue with Laerdal’s allegations.
Swiss insurer Starr International will get another crack at its bid for a $38.2 million U.S. tax refund after the D.C. Circuit ruled Friday that a lower court wrongly concluded that the case involved a political question outside its reach.