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  • June 23, 2017

    Investors Sue DeVry, Ex-CEO Over Hefty False Ad Fines

    A pension fund stockholder of DeVry University Group sued the for-profit educational organization, six directors and its former CEO in Delaware state court Friday, saying the defendants had breached their financial duties by allowing deceptive marketing that cost the organization more than $100 million in regulatory penalties.

  • June 23, 2017

    Snapchat Maker's Arbitration Bid Blasted By Ex-Employee

    The former Snap Inc. employee who claims he was fired for raising concerns about the social media company’s user metrics ahead of its initial public offering fired back at the Snapchat maker’s attempt to force arbitration of his whistleblower suit, telling a California federal court Friday that the arbitration agreement he signed at hiring was unconscionable.

  • June 23, 2017

    Consulting Co. Seeks Attys' Fees After $3.2M Award OK'd

    After a $3.2 million arbitral award was confirmed in its favor in a dispute with a dolphin park operator, a financial consulting company asked a California federal judge to award it more than $50,000 in attorneys' fees, saying it is entitled to them based on a contract between the parties. 

  • June 23, 2017

    $10M Settlement Struck In Providence-Matrix Deal Suit

    The sides in the lawsuit over Providence Service Corp.’s $400 million purchase of Matrix Medical Group told the Delaware Chancery Court on Friday they’d resolved the dispute with a settlement that would see $10 million, minus attorneys’ fees and expenses, paid to the investor class that challenged the deal.

  • June 23, 2017

    AbbVie Fights Hedge Funds’ Bid To Return To State Court

    AbbVie Inc., the biopharmaceuticals giant fending off lawsuits over its failed, $55 billion merger with Shire PLC, urged an Illinois federal judge on Thursday not to send a fraud case brought by a group of hedge funds back to state court, saying the case involves federal law.

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