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The solicitor general has told the U.S. Supreme Court that Alabama's top court wrongly allowed a drunken driving-related suit to proceed against a tribal casino, but said the court should wait to see if the tribe waives its sovereign immunity to tort suits before deciding whether to hear its case.
Federal prosecutors in Vermont unsealed an indictment Wednesday charging the former owner of ski resort Jay Peak and three of his associates with skimming funds from immigrant investors in an alleged EB-5 visa fraud scheme.
The former managers of middleweight boxer Gennady Golovkin fired back Wednesday in California state court against claims their management deal was invalid with a counterclaim that the boxer owes them more than $27.4 million in royalties.
Three more parents charged in the “Varsity Blues” college admissions scheme pled guilty Wednesday in Massachusetts federal court, admitting that they paid thousands to the mastermind of the operation to have their children’s test scores altered.
A former Seattle Supersonics player on Wednesday urged the Second Circuit to revive his proposed class action accusing the NBA Players' Pension Plan of stiffing him on retirement benefits stemming from cost-of-living increases, saying a district court dropped the ball when it ruled he waited too long to file the case.