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An arbitration panel has awarded Amazon.com a win against eBay's claims the Seattle-based online retail giant and its managers orchestrated a massive campaign to poach top sellers from eBay's online trading platform, according to documents filed in California federal court.
A Missouri federal judge on Wednesday gave his blessing to a proposed $5 million class settlement resolving Walmart shoppers' claims that the retail giant stiffed customers on full refunds when accepting returns.
A North Carolina attorney has been charged with bank fraud after she and two others allegedly applied for loans and credit cards using Social Security numbers that were not theirs to pay for her plastic surgery and other expenses, according to federal prosecutors.
SmileDirectClub has told the Ninth Circuit that a California federal court was wrong to find that what the company calls a harassment campaign by the state's dental board was instead a proper exercise of its regulatory authority.
LibreMax Capital is reportedly hoping to sell a $78.6 million New York loan it made earlier this year, the Mattos family has reportedly paid $20.45 million for a Florida retail property and Morgan Stanley is said to have provided $180 million in CMBS financing for a New York office property.