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A New York federal judge on Friday rejected attempts by used bookseller Book Dog Books LLC to dodge a $34.2 million jury verdict for copyright and trademark infringement, upholding the verdict awarded to McGraw-Hill, Cengage and other publishers over Book Dog's sale of counterfeit textbooks.
An Illinois federal judge on Thursday sentenced a Dutch national to 17 years in prison in an international criminal fraud case that saw the man cop to procuring more than $2.5 million through fake investment schemes between 1998 and 2010.
Federal prosecutors on Thursday rejected as “baseless” a request by Sheldon Silver to stay free while appealing his conviction and seven-year sentence for political corruption, telling a Manhattan federal judge that the jury that convicted the former New York Assembly speaker had clear instructions.
Former Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP attorney Evan Greebel on Friday was sentenced to 18 months in prison over allegations that he aided now-imprisoned former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli in defrauding Retrophin Inc.
Anderson Kill has lured back a former insurance recovery team member after a two-decade absence, nabbing him from his most recent home, Lowenstein Sandler, the new firm announced.