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General Motors Co.'s $120 million settlement with attorneys general of 49 states and the District of Columbia ending allegations that the automaker hid a potentially fatal defect in its cars represents a trend that's likely to grow of state attorneys general banding together to pursue product liability claims against manufacturers.
A Hawaii federal judge on Friday extended a temporary restraining order blocking much of the Trump administration’s third travel ban by converting it into a preliminary injunction, saying he would not stay his ruling for the Department of Justice’s anticipated appeal.
The last week has seen a dispute between the last standing shareholder group in the RBS rights issue case and one of its funding claimants, a Law Society suit over financial transactions, and more competition claims against Visa and MasterCard. Here, Law360 looks at those and other new claims in the U.K.
Two Massachusetts men were sentenced to prison by a federal judge Friday over an $11 million fraud scheme in which they falsely told investors that their subprime auto loan company could accept tax-advantaged retirement account funds.
A Washington federal judge on Friday certified a class of hospitality and transportation workers who provided labor services to Avis Budget Group Inc. through a contract and allege they weren’t paid a $15 minimum wage under a Seattle suburb's ordinance, rejecting arguments that the workers who brought the suit are inadequate class representatives.