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A 'Loud Bang,' Then Chaos: 'Rust' Director Recalls Fatal Shot
The director of "Rust" took the stand Friday during the involuntary manslaughter trial of film armorer Hannah Gu...(read more)
Musk Says OpenAI, Altman Broke Co.'s Founding Principles
Elon Musk has accused former business partner and OpenAI CEO Sam Altman of setting the business' "founding agree...(read more)
Google Gets Ad Tech Monopolization MDL Trimmed
A New York federal judge on Friday threw out a number of claims in sprawling multidistrict litigation over Google's alleged monopoly in digital advertising, although the judge held that Google must continue to face limited claims from publishers and advertisers in several cases.
Gilstrap Orders Damages Retrial To Avoid $67.5M 'Train Wreck'
Chief U.S. District Judge Rodney Gilstrap ordered a damages retrial in infringement litigation between G+ Communications and Samsung on Friday, warning there would otherwise be a "guaranteed 'train wreck'" since both parties failed to explain what they believed the $67.5 million verdict means.
Trump Challenges Origins Of Prosecution In Fla. Docs Case
The special counsel's office prosecuting Donald Trump's criminal case on mishandling classified documents told the Florida federal judge overseeing the case on Friday that his attorneys don't have a viable claim challenging the origins of the prosecution team, arguing that intelligence agencies had no role in determining the charges against the former president.
Justices' Trump Immunity Ruling Could Delay Trial Indefinitely
The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to review former President Donald Trump's claim that he's immune from prosecution for allegedly interfering in the 2020 presidential election could indefinitely delay a trial in the case, attorneys say, by raising additional questions that the courts must answer first.
DC Circ. Says EPA Went Too Far In Voiding State Air Plans
The D.C. Circuit on Friday handed the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency a mixed bag regarding its authority to veto state air pollution plans, finding some state policies that exempt polluting facilities during startup, shutdown and malfunction phases are acceptable under the Clean Air Act, while others are not.
'We Don't Know If They Prejudged Meta,' Judge Says Of FTC
The D.C. federal judge handling Meta's case attacking the Federal Trade Commission's constitutionality and its efforts to reopen a 2020 privacy settlement balked Friday at preliminarily stopping the agency from banning the monetization of children's data.
Pool Co. Hit With $15M Verdict On Rival's False Ad Claims
A swimming pool equipment manufacturer is on the hook for nearly $15 million after a North Carolina federal jury found it liable on Friday for false advertising and unfair business practices, but it otherwise escaped infringement claims stemming from the use of its rival's trademarks on Amazon product listings.
Del. Jury Deadlocks In Roundup User's Cancer Death Trial
A Delaware state jury deadlocked Friday after an 18-day trial on a South Carolina woman's suit blaming Monsanto Corp.'s Roundup herbicide for causing her husband's fatal cancer and seeking millions in damages.
Commission Eyes Sweeping Changes To US Olympic Model
An independent commission called for an overhaul of the U.S. Olympic system Friday, rebuking leaders for failing to keep athletes safe from sexual abuse and calling on Congress to take a more active role in administrating youth sports.
Ga. Judge Will Rule Within 2 Weeks On Bid To DQ Fulton DA
The Fulton County, Georgia, judge overseeing the election interference case against former President Donald Trump said Friday that, after days of salacious testimony about District Attorney Fani T. Willis' alleged improper relationship, he wants to hear legal arguments about whether the prosecutor should be disqualified.
Golf Club Settles Claims Trump Atty Illegally Pushed NDA
A Trump Organization golf club has settled a former server's claims that she was illegally induced to sign a nondisclosure agreement by one of Donald Trump's lawyers, Alina Habba, reopening the door for the ex-employee to pursue claims that she was sexually harassed on the job.
IT Firm Workers' $70M Race Bias Verdict Scrapped
A Texas federal court on Friday wiped away a $70 million jury verdict that 10 former information technology company workers won in a race discrimination suit, saying the evidence didn't back up the hefty damages award.
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