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    What US Investors Must Know Before Investing In Canada

    For U.S. venture capitalists, investing in Canadian technology companies can be attractive for a number of reasons, including the fact that there are relatively few Canadian venture capital investors that can lead meaningful later-stage financings. Michael...

    What US Investors Must Know Before Investing In Canada

    For U.S. venture capitalists, investing in Canadian technology companies can be attractive for a number of reasons, including the fact that there are relatively few Canadian venture capital investors that can lead meaningful later-stage financings. Michael...

    BREAKING: Ill. High Court Tosses Chicago’s Pension Reform Law

    Chicago was left to ponder its next move Thursday after the Illinois Supreme Court struck down the city’s effort to cut into $26 billion worth of unfunded pension liabilities, ruling that a law to cut cost-of-living adjustments and increase employee...

    From The Book Of Jargon: Make Whole

    In this short video — the latest installment from the "Book of Jargon" — Latham & Watkins LLP partner Tad Freese defines the term "make whole." ...read more

    From The Book Of Jargon: Make Whole

    In this short video — the latest installment from the "Book of Jargon" — Latham & Watkins LLP partner Tad Freese defines the term "make whole." ...read more

    Shire, Actavis Feud Over Unresolved Issues At Lialda IP Trial

    A lack of definitive rulings from the Federal Circuit on certain issues in Shire's suit over Actavis' proposed generic version of its gastrointestinal drug Lialda emerged as a major point of contention during closing arguments Wednesday in a Florida...

    Pa. Judge Reduces Claims In Essure Injury Suit

    A Pennsylvania federal judge found Tuesday that five women suing Bayer in consolidated litigation over its controversial Essure sterilization device could pursue at least some of their injury claims, finding they were not all preempted by the U.S. Food...

    Ex-Silverton Directors Win Defense Costs In $71M FDIC SuIt

    A Georgia federal judge has ruled that Federal Insurance Co. must advance defense costs to former directors of the failed Silverton Bank NA in the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s $71 million lawsuit accusing them of breaching their fiduciary duties...

    Wyo. Tribe Says High Court Ruling Backs Border Argument

    The Eastern Shoshone Tribe told the Tenth Circuit Tuesday that a U.S. Supreme Court ruling earlier that day supports its argument that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency was right to grant the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone tribes' request...

    Wyo. Tribe Says High Court Ruling Backs Border Argument

    The Eastern Shoshone Tribe told the Tenth Circuit Tuesday that a U.S. Supreme Court ruling earlier that day supports its argument that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency was right to grant the Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone tribes' request...

    GM Driver Virtually Unharmed By Icy Wreck, Expert Claims

    General Motors put a biomechanics expert on the stand for almost four hours Wednesday during the second bellwether trial over restive ignition switches, a doctor and engineer who scrutinized a GM vehicle owner’s medical records and insisted, under...

    Pa. Justices Deny Bid To Reword Judge Retirement Measure

    The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Wednesday denied a request submitted by the Senate Republican Caucus to change the language in a ballot question that will give voters the chance to raise the mandatory retirement age for judges, but said the decision...

    Pa. Justices Deny Bid To Reword Judge Retirement Measure

    The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Wednesday denied a request submitted by the Senate Republican Caucus to change the language in a ballot question that will give voters the chance to raise the mandatory retirement age for judges, but said the decision...

    Barrick Investors Win Class Cert. In Mine Compliance Row

    A New York federal judge on Wednesday certified a class of investors accusing Barrick Gold Corp. of repeatedly and knowingly misleading them about whether its troubled $8.5 billion South American mining project complied with environmental regulations...

    Barrick Investors Win Class Cert. In Mine Compliance Row

    A New York federal judge on Wednesday certified a class of investors accusing Barrick Gold Corp. of repeatedly and knowingly misleading them about whether its troubled $8.5 billion South American mining project complied with environmental regulations...

    Tribe Immune From Judgment Collection Bid, 9th Circ. Says

    The Ninth Circuit ruled Tuesday that both the appeals court and a California federal court lack jurisdiction to force the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians to pay money judgments ordered against a tribe member for unpaid bail bond loans, saying the...

    Toys R Us Transport Manager Skimmed $1.9M, Feds Say

    A Toys R Us transportation manager bilked the retailer of nearly $2 million over a three-year period through a scheme in which he loaded company funds onto debit cards and withdrew them at ATMs, arrest warrant papers entered in New York federal court...

    Toys R Us Transport Manager Skimmed $1.9M, Feds Say

    A Toys R Us transportation manager bilked the retailer of nearly $2 million over a three-year period through a scheme in which he loaded company funds onto debit cards and withdrew them at ATMs, arrest warrant papers entered in New York federal court...

    Trinity Asks 5th Circ. To Nix $663M FCA Guardrail Judgment

    Trinity Industries urged the Fifth Circuit on Monday to reverse a $663 million False Claims Act judgment over allegedly defective guardrails, saying a Texas federal court wrongly ignored a June 2014 Federal Highway Administration statement that the company’s...

    Chinese National Pleads Guilty In Military-Data Hacking Row

    A Chinese national pled guilty Wednesday in California federal court to trying to hack into computers belonging to The Boeing Co. and other U.S. companies, and attempting to send stolen military data to China, the U.S. Department of Justice said. ...read...

    Chinese National Pleads Guilty In Military-Data Hacking Row

    A Chinese national pled guilty Wednesday in California federal court to trying to hack into computers belonging to The Boeing Co. and other U.S. companies, and attempting to send stolen military data to China, the U.S. Department of Justice said. ...read...

    Chinese National Pleads Guilty In Military-Data Hacking Row

    A Chinese national pled guilty Wednesday in California federal court to trying to hack into computers belonging to The Boeing Co. and other U.S. companies, and attempting to send stolen military data to China, the U.S. Department of Justice said. ...read...

    Quanta Continues Push To DQ Gibbons In Pollution Suit

    Quanta Resources Corp. reiterated their argument Wednesday that Gibbons PC should be tossed from litigation in New York federal court alleging Rexam Beverage Can Co. helped pollute a Quanta-owned refining center in New York City, saying Gibbons’...

    Quanta Continues Push To DQ Gibbons In Pollution Suit

    Quanta Resources Corp. reiterated their argument Wednesday that Gibbons PC should be tossed from litigation in New York federal court alleging Rexam Beverage Can Co. helped pollute a Quanta-owned refining center in New York City, saying Gibbons’...

    'Persuader' Rule May Drive Wedge Between Employers, Attys

    The U.S. Department of Labor unveiled the final version of its controversial “persuader” rule Wednesday, narrowing an exemption for what union-related communications between employers and attorneys can remain confidential, a rule management...