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A New Jersey federal judge won't reconsider denying class certification in a suit alleging that Tropicana Products Inc. not-from-concentrate orange juice was mislabeled as "natural," denying the consumers' argument that the judge had misconstrued their claims in his ruling.
The CEO of a microcap business that makes recreational vehicle products was found guilty by a New Jersey federal jury for a multimillion-dollar securities fraud scheme in which he inflated his company's financial state to woo investors, federal prosecutors announced Thursday.
The U.S. Treasury Department is positioning itself to challenge states’ attempts to help constituents bypass the new federal limit on tax deductions, and taxpayers can expect years of uncertainty if the two sides — each facing difficulties justifying their viewpoints — go to court.
Celebrity chef Jose Garces can keep some of his Philadelphia restaurants under Chapter 11 protection as he gears up to present a stalking horse deal to the bankruptcy court next week, a New Jersey judge has said, rejecting investors’ claims that he lacked the authority to do so.
A New Jersey federal judge ordered Howmedica to pay Zimmer Biomet $13.3 million in attorneys’ fees as part of a long-running patent dispute because Howmedica repeatedly misled the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and spent 10 years pursuing claims it knew were baseless, according to an opinion made public Wednesday.