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The Boston Globe LLC sued a former editor for one of its websites in Massachusetts state court on Friday, seeking a court order to force the woman to provide information about an inappropriate text message she publicly claimed was sent by the venerable paper’s editor.
A Massachusetts federal judge said Friday that he granted the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission summary judgment against an attorney convicted in a $3 million pump-and-dump scheme involving publicly traded shares of a now-shuttered sports ticket broker, rejecting the attorney’s claim that the criminal trial was unfair.
A wave of venture-backed biotechnology and health care companies are lining up initial public offerings that could price in June, including at least eight that filed plans during the week of May 21, leading more than a dozen IPO prospects set to reignite deal flow in the coming weeks.
A Massachusetts federal judge declined on Friday to throw out a contract dispute between Kodak Alaris Inc. and a German software firm that supplied a document-recognition program used in one of Kodak's products, saying that the issues should be left to a jury to decide.
A Massachusetts federal judge late Thursday surgically parsed a proposed class and collective action brought by truck drivers who say they were not fully compensated by CRST International Inc., granting class and collective certifications to a 15,000-member portion of them, according to class counsel.