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Jackson Doctor's Legal Bills Issue In Texas Court
Posted on 21 Oct 2010 by LexisNexis Litigation Resource Community Staff

HOUSTON - (AP) An insurer for the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death has asked a judge to rule that it is not responsible for the physician's legal bills in two high-profile court cases and fights to retain his medical license. Medicus... Read More

2nd Circuit Reinstates Smuggling, Racketeering Claims Against R.J. Reynolds
Posted on 24 Apr 2014 by Michael Lefkowitz

NEW YORK — (Mealey’s) The European Community (EC) is an agency or instrumentality of its member states for the purpose of diversity jurisdiction in U.S. federal courts, and allegations of cigarette smuggling, racketeering and money laundering... Read More

The Week In Securities Litigation: SEC Seeks Budget Hike, Brings 2 New Actions
Posted on 10 May 2013 by Thomas O. Gorman

The focus this week was on the proposed SEC budget as new SEC Chair Mary Jo White told a House subcommittee that the agency needs about a 26% increase. Part of the additional funding is to hire almost 700 new staff members. SEC enforcement, in conjunction... Read More