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    9th Circ. Blocks 6 States From Hawaii Travel Ban Suit

    The Ninth Circuit on Monday blocked Massachusetts, California, New York and three other states from intervening in Hawaii’s challenge to the Trump administration’s third travel ban, telling the states to make their case in amici briefs instead...

    9th Circ. Blocks 6 States From Hawaii Travel Ban Suit

    The Ninth Circuit on Monday blocked Massachusetts, California, New York and three other states from intervening in Hawaii’s challenge to the Trump administration’s third travel ban, telling the states to make their case in amici briefs instead...

    9th Circ. Blocks 6 States From Hawaii Travel Ban Suit

    The Ninth Circuit on Monday blocked Massachusetts, California, New York and three other states from intervening in Hawaii’s challenge to the Trump administration’s third travel ban, telling the states to make their case in amici briefs instead...

    Trustee Objects To Releases In Aerogroup Ch. 11 Plan

    The federal bankruptcy watchdog blasted the proposed Chapter 11 plan of women’s footwear maker Aerogroup International Inc. on Tuesday, telling a Delaware bankruptcy court the plan contains overly broad third-party releases and that an accompanying...

    DACA Recipient Wins Back Work Permit In ACLU Arrest Suit

    A California federal judge Monday temporarily reinstated a Los Angeles man’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status and work permit — which were canceled after his arrest for a crime he was never charged with — finding the American...

    DACA Recipient Wins Back Work Permit In ACLU Arrest Suit

    A California federal judge Monday temporarily reinstated a Los Angeles man’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status and work permit — which were canceled after his arrest for a crime he was never charged with — finding the American...

    Citibank To Pay $6.5M Over CFPB Student Loan Probe

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Tuesday that Citibank NA would pay a $2.75 million fine and refund $3.75 million to private student loan borrowers over accusations that it charged them excess fees and provided them with incorrect or insufficient...

    Treasury Sanctions Chinese, N. Korean Companies Over Trade

    The U.S. Department of Treasury said Tuesday that it had sanctioned four Chinese companies and a slew of North Korean companies and vessels in an effort “to disrupt North Korea's illicit funding of its unlawful nuclear and ballistic missile...

    3 Key Issues In DOJ's AT&T-Time Warner Merger Complaint

    The U.S. Department of Justice upended conventional wisdom with its lawsuit Monday claiming that the vertical integration of AT&T Inc.'s DirecTV distribution network with Time Warner Inc.'s must-have content would lead to hundreds of millions...

    3 Key Issues In DOJ's AT&T-Time Warner Merger Complaint

    The U.S. Department of Justice upended conventional wisdom with its lawsuit Monday claiming that the vertical integration of AT&T Inc.'s DirecTV distribution network with Time Warner Inc.'s must-have content would lead to hundreds of millions...

    3 Key Issues In DOJ's AT&T-Time Warner Merger Complaint

    The U.S. Department of Justice upended conventional wisdom with its lawsuit Monday claiming that the vertical integration of AT&T Inc.'s DirecTV distribution network with Time Warner Inc.'s must-have content would lead to hundreds of millions...

    Supervalu Shoppers Say Co. Can't Check Out Of Breach MDL

    A group of consumers argued Monday that Supervalu Inc. can’t shake multidistrict litigation over two 2014 data breaches after the Eighth Circuit sent the matter back to Minnesota federal court upon determining that just one of the shoppers leading...

    Chicken Cos. Must Face Broiler Chicken Price-Fixing Suit

    The nation’s largest poultry producers must face most claims in a major antitrust lawsuit brought by three classes of consumers alleging the companies conspired to fix prices of broiler chickens, an Illinois federal judge ruled Monday. ...read more

    Akorn Reaches $24M Deal To End Investors' Accounting Suit

    Specialty drugmaker Akorn Inc. has reached a $24 million deal to settle a proposed investor class action alleging that the company’s failure to fix widespread accounting problems and weak internal controls led it to report inflated revenue figures...

    Customs Violated 2 Travel Ban Orders, Gov't Watchdog Says

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection was “very aggressive” in blocking certain travelers to the U.S. in violation of two court orders from Massachusetts and California, according to a letter on Tuesday hinting at the results of a government...

    Customs Violated 2 Travel Ban Orders, Gov't Watchdog Says

    U.S. Customs and Border Protection was “very aggressive” in blocking certain travelers to the U.S. in violation of two court orders from Massachusetts and California, according to a letter on Tuesday hinting at the results of a government...

    Sanofi Wins Fees After Ditching 'Clearly Frivolous' FCA Suit

    Amphastar Pharmaceuticals Inc. must pay Sanofi-Aventis attorneys’ fees for filing a “clearly frivolous” False Claims Act suit against the company's predecessor alleging the blood thinner Lovenox was improperly patented, as Amphastar...

    Sanofi Wins Fees After Ditching 'Clearly Frivolous' FCA Suit

    Amphastar Pharmaceuticals Inc. must pay Sanofi-Aventis attorneys’ fees for filing a “clearly frivolous” False Claims Act suit against the company's predecessor alleging the blood thinner Lovenox was improperly patented, as Amphastar...

    Pa. Congressman Broke Law, Feds Say In Search Warrant Bid

    Federal prosecutors believe that U.S. Rep. Bob Brady, D-Pa., broke the law by making concealed payments to a rival in exchange for dropping out of a 2012 congressional primary, according to a search warrant unsealed Monday. ...read more

    Pa. Congressman Broke Law, Feds Say In Search Warrant Bid

    Federal prosecutors believe that U.S. Rep. Bob Brady, D-Pa., broke the law by making concealed payments to a rival in exchange for dropping out of a 2012 congressional primary, according to a search warrant unsealed Monday. ...read more

    Pa. Congressman Broke Law, Feds Say In Search Warrant Bid

    Federal prosecutors believe that U.S. Rep. Bob Brady, D-Pa., broke the law by making concealed payments to a rival in exchange for dropping out of a 2012 congressional primary, according to a search warrant unsealed Monday. ...read more

    Ex-Galleon Trader Says He Didn't Report Shkreli To Feds

    A former Galleon Group trader turned Deutsche Bank project manager on Tuesday told jurors that he never reached out to federal prosecutors about his suspicions that Martin Shkreli was engaged in a market manipulation scheme with Retrophin Inc. stock despite...

    Ex-Galleon Trader Says He Didn't Report Shkreli To Feds

    A former Galleon Group trader turned Deutsche Bank project manager on Tuesday told jurors that he never reached out to federal prosecutors about his suspicions that Martin Shkreli was engaged in a market manipulation scheme with Retrophin Inc. stock despite...

    DOJ Cleared To Split Up $350M Shire Deal For Whistleblowers

    A Florida federal judge signed off Monday on the U.S. Department of Justice’s apportionment plans for payouts from a $350 million False Claims Act settlement with biotech company Shire, with two of six whistleblower suits getting more than 95 percent...

    DOJ Cleared To Split Up $350M Shire Deal For Whistleblowers

    A Florida federal judge signed off Monday on the U.S. Department of Justice’s apportionment plans for payouts from a $350 million False Claims Act settlement with biotech company Shire, with two of six whistleblower suits getting more than 95 percent...