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Latest News in Trials

  • December 7, 2018

    Deal Spurs Toss Of $2.9M Verdict Over GM Gear Shifts

    A Connecticut federal judge on Friday said she would vacate a verdict on appeal to the Second Circuit that awarded $2.88 million to the family of an 8-year-old girl killed when a Chevrolet Suburban shifted out of park, since General Motors and the family have settled.

  • December 7, 2018

    Feds Retract Bid For Harsher Sentence On Turkish Banker

    U.S. prosecutors told a federal appeals court Thursday that they were withdrawing their request for a longer sentence for Mehmet Hakan Atilla, the Turkish banker sentenced to 32 months in prison despite prosecutors' request that he serve 15 years for helping skirt sanctions against Iran.

  • December 7, 2018

    Ohio Justices Cut $1.5M Award To Nurse Defamed By Hospital

    The Ohio Supreme Court said Friday that defamation is a kind of injury to a person and is subject to caps on personal injury damages, commanding a lower court to go back and reduce a $1.5 million defamation award to a nurse who was fired after supporting a union organizing effort at her hospital.

  • December 7, 2018

    Execs Urge No Or Little Prison In $200M Del. Bank Fraud Case

    Four Wilmington Trust executives found guilty in a nearly $200 million federal securities fraud case in May have appealed for no, or little, prison time instead of the up to nine- and 11 ΒΌ-year recommendations issued by prosecutors, according to documents made public on Friday.

  • December 7, 2018

    Door Maker Wins Price Protections After $185M Verdict

    A North Carolina-based door part supplier will have to align its prices with fluctuating input costs and share that data with its buyer to comply with findings in a $185 million antitrust verdict, a Virginia federal judge ruled Friday.

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