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    CFTC Gets $4.5M Default Judgment In Investor Fraud Case

    The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission said Friday it has obtained a default judgment requiring a California man and his company to pay more than $1.1 million in restitution and nearly $3.4 million in penalties over allegations that they duped...

    CFTC Gets $4.5M Default Judgment In Investor Fraud Case

    The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission said Friday it has obtained a default judgment requiring a California man and his company to pay more than $1.1 million in restitution and nearly $3.4 million in penalties over allegations that they duped...

    CFTC Gets $4.5M Default Judgment In Investor Fraud Case

    The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission said Friday it has obtained a default judgment requiring a California man and his company to pay more than $1.1 million in restitution and nearly $3.4 million in penalties over allegations that they duped...

    Abortion Foes Tell 9th Circ. Free Speech Trumps Tape Suit

    Planned Parenthood failed to properly fight off a free speech challenge to its suit over secretly recorded videos purporting to show the improper sale of fetal tissue, anti-abortion activists told a Ninth Circuit panel Friday, saying a lower court erred...

    Abortion Foes Tell 9th Circ. Free Speech Trumps Tape Suit

    Planned Parenthood failed to properly fight off a free speech challenge to its suit over secretly recorded videos purporting to show the improper sale of fetal tissue, anti-abortion activists told a Ninth Circuit panel Friday, saying a lower court erred...

    Abortion Foes Tell 9th Circ. Free Speech Trumps Tape Suit

    Planned Parenthood failed to properly fight off a free speech challenge to its suit over secretly recorded videos purporting to show the improper sale of fetal tissue, anti-abortion activists told a Ninth Circuit panel Friday, saying a lower court erred...

    Judge Won't Rethink Chicago's Sanctuary City Funds Bid

    An Illinois federal judge on Thursday shot down Chicago’s bid to reconsider an order that partially denied the city's request for an injunction against anti-sanctuary city conditions for certain grants, unmoved by a new letter to a city official...

    Bank Balks At GST Committee's Bid To Hire Configure

    Bankrupt GST AutoLeather Inc.’s pre- and post-petition lender Royal Bank of Canada took aim Friday at the unsecured creditors committee’s bid to hire investment banker Configure Partners LLC, arguing that the firm is not needed and much too...

    Ky. County Officials Must Make Loan Fraud Restitution

    Two former local Kentucky officials who pled guilty to a scheme to secure more than $1 million in unauthorized loans for their county's coffers won’t serve prison time but must pay restitution for their roles in the bank and wire fraud, federal...

    Ky. County Officials Must Make Loan Fraud Restitution

    Two former local Kentucky officials who pled guilty to a scheme to secure more than $1 million in unauthorized loans for their county's coffers won’t serve prison time but must pay restitution for their roles in the bank and wire fraud, federal...

    Groups, Tech Experts Knock Automated Vetting Initiative

    A slew of tech experts and civil rights groups are raising the alarm over the Trump administration's proposed “extreme vetting initiative” for immigrants, sending letters to the Department of Homeland Security on Thursday arguing the program...

    Law360's Pro Say: GOP Goes To War With ABA Over Judges

    On the latest episode of Law360's Pro Say podcast, the team discusses the escalating war of words between Republicans and the American Bar Association over how judicial nominees are vetted. We also tackle a BigLaw attorney in hot water after her comments...

    Tax Bill’s Ambiguity Increases Investors’ Litigation Risk

    The tax bill that recently passed the U.S. House of Representatives is missing key definitions and contains ambiguous terms relating to the use of so-called carried interest in the asset management business, which could result in investors taking risky...

    David Boies Could Be Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones’ Hail Mary

    Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones appears to have few legal options in his boiling feud with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, but with star litigator David Boies on his team, he has a shot at scoring points for his cause — and defending himself against...

    Inseego Suit Cites Representations Not In Deal, Sellers Say

    Attorneys representing the sellers of Feeney Wireless LLC in a $50 million merger with Inseego Corporation told a Delaware state court judge that fraud claims from the buyer should be tossed because they cite representations made by the seller that were...

    Inseego Suit Cites Representations Not In Deal, Sellers Say

    Attorneys representing the sellers of Feeney Wireless LLC in a $50 million merger with Inseego Corporation told a Delaware state court judge that fraud claims from the buyer should be tossed because they cite representations made by the seller that were...

    Facebook Sheds User Tracking MDL For Third And Final Time

    A California federal judge on Friday tossed for the third and final time sprawling multidistrict litigation accusing Facebook of unlawfully tracking users' browsing activity after they signed off, ruling that plaintiffs had failed to identify an actual...

    Facebook Sheds User Tracking MDL For Third And Final Time

    A California federal judge on Friday tossed for the third and final time sprawling multidistrict litigation accusing Facebook of unlawfully tracking users' browsing activity after they signed off, ruling that plaintiffs had failed to identify an actual...

    Facebook Sheds User Tracking MDL For Third And Final Time

    A California federal judge on Friday tossed for the third and final time sprawling multidistrict litigation accusing Facebook of unlawfully tracking users' browsing activity after they signed off, ruling that plaintiffs had failed to identify an actual...

    Duke Awarded $68M In Spent Nuclear Fuel Suit Against DOE

    A federal judge Friday granted two Duke Energy units nearly $68.5 million in damages resulting from the federal government's partial breach of a contract to collect spent nuclear fuel and waste from four plants in the Carolinas and Florida, but found...

    Duke Awarded $68M In Spent Nuclear Fuel Suit Against DOE

    A federal judge Friday granted two Duke Energy units nearly $68.5 million in damages resulting from the federal government's partial breach of a contract to collect spent nuclear fuel and waste from four plants in the Carolinas and Florida, but found...

    Duke Awarded $68M In Spent Nuclear Fuel Suit Against DOE

    A federal judge Friday granted two Duke Energy units nearly $68.5 million in damages resulting from the federal government's partial breach of a contract to collect spent nuclear fuel and waste from four plants in the Carolinas and Florida, but found...

    Uber Fell Under For-Hire Rules Pre-’16, Boston Taxis Say

    A group representing nearly 800 licensed taxicabs in Boston argued Friday that Uber Technologies Inc. should not be able to escape antitrust claims from before last year by pointing to a 2016 state law that differentiates mobile-hailed car services. ...

    Sandridge Investor Can't Sue Due To Bankruptcy: 10th Circ.

    The Tenth Circuit on Friday rejected an objector’s challenge to a $38 million settlement that ended a derivative suit against the directors of an energy company that went bankrupt while the case was pending, saying he lost the right to sue when...

    LA Jury Awards $5M In Fees In Katy Perry Convent Trial

    A Los Angeles jury on Friday awarded nearly $3.5 million in legal fees to the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles and about $1.57 million to pop star Katy Perry after a trial over whether a developer intentionally interfered with Perry's $14...