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    Cybersecurity Pioneer McAfee Says Intel Can't Use His Name

    Cybersecurity pioneer John McAfee and MGT Capital Investments Inc. filed suit in New York’s Southern District Friday asking the court to declare that the proposed name “John McAfee Global Technologies Inc.” does not infringe upon any...

    Split 9th Circ. Rehearing Denial In Tip Cases Draws Dissent

    In a ruling that drew a sharply worded dissent joined by nine judges, a split Ninth Circuit panel declined Tuesday to rehear consolidated cases in which it had upheld a U.S. Department of Labor rule barring employers from using server tip pools to boost...

    Split 9th Circ. Rehearing Denial In Tip Cases Draws Dissent

    In a ruling that drew a sharply worded dissent joined by nine judges, a split Ninth Circuit panel declined Tuesday to rehear consolidated cases in which it had upheld a U.S. Department of Labor rule barring employers from using server tip pools to boost...

    Wash. City Says Tribe Can Furnish Own Casino Sewers

    Snoqualmie, Washington, urged a federal court Friday not to force the city to continue providing sewer services to the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe's casino, arguing the city has no legal duty to provide the services because the tribe is planning to build...

    Wash. City Says Tribe Can Furnish Own Casino Sewers

    Snoqualmie, Washington, urged a federal court Friday not to force the city to continue providing sewer services to the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe's casino, arguing the city has no legal duty to provide the services because the tribe is planning to build...

    DOD Issues Guidance On Commercial Purchasing Process

    The U.S. Department of Defense has issued guidance for improving the consistency and timeliness of commercial purchases, reminding contracting officers that there are steps they can take to streamline the procurement process while a related proposed rule...

    DOD Issues Guidance On Commercial Purchasing Process

    The U.S. Department of Defense has issued guidance for improving the consistency and timeliness of commercial purchases, reminding contracting officers that there are steps they can take to streamline the procurement process while a related proposed rule...

    Obama Taps Latham Partner As 1st-Ever Muslim Federal Judge

    A Washington, D.C.-based Latham & Watkins LLP partner was nominated Tuesday by President Barack Obama to serve on the federal bench for the District of Columbia in what marks the first time a Muslim American has been nominated to the federal judiciary...

    LeClairRyan To Pay $20M To End Bankrupt Ex-Client's Claims

    LeClairRyan has said it will pay more than $20 million to resolve claims brought by the bankruptcy trustee of longtime client Health Diagnostics Laboratory Inc., a medical screening company that last year agreed to pay $47 million to resolve whistleblower...

    GoPro Says Colombia Camera Distributor Owes $1.3M Award

    Camera and software maker GoPro Inc. asked a California federal judge on Tuesday to confirm a $1.3 million arbitral award against its former distributors for Colombia, saying an arbitrator found its cameras were turning up in markets where they weren...

    GoPro Says Colombia Camera Distributor Owes $1.3M Award

    Camera and software maker GoPro Inc. asked a California federal judge on Tuesday to confirm a $1.3 million arbitral award against its former distributors for Colombia, saying an arbitrator found its cameras were turning up in markets where they weren...

    FCC Moves To Double Satellite Regulatory Fees

    The Federal Communications Commission moved forward Friday with its plan to double the regulatory fees charged to direct broadcast satellite providers as it seeks to scoop up $384 million in fiscal year 2016 from the companies it oversees, arguing the...

    FCC Moves To Double Satellite Regulatory Fees

    The Federal Communications Commission moved forward Friday with its plan to double the regulatory fees charged to direct broadcast satellite providers as it seeks to scoop up $384 million in fiscal year 2016 from the companies it oversees, arguing the...

    No New Trial For DHL Express After $8.2M Verdict

    A federal judge in Utah on Tuesday declined to let DHL Express USA Inc. escape an $8.2 million jury verdict for breaching contracts as it wound down domestic shipping operations. ...read more

    NJ Group Files Action To Block $1.15B Meadowlands Bond Sale

    A New Jersey non-profit filed legal action Tuesday to block the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority from issuing $1.15 billion in bonds to pay for construction of the unfinished American Dream mall in the Meadowlands, saying the agency engaged...

    NJ Group Files Action To Block $1.15B Meadowlands Bond Sale

    A New Jersey non-profit filed legal action Tuesday to block the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority from issuing $1.15 billion in bonds to pay for construction of the unfinished American Dream mall in the Meadowlands, saying the agency engaged...

    NJ Group Files Action To Block $1.15B Meadowlands Bond Sale

    A New Jersey non-profit filed legal action Tuesday to block the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority from issuing $1.15 billion in bonds to pay for construction of the unfinished American Dream mall in the Meadowlands, saying the agency engaged...

    NJ Group Files Action To Block $1.15B Meadowlands Bond Sale

    A New Jersey non-profit filed legal action Tuesday to block the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority from issuing $1.15 billion in bonds to pay for construction of the unfinished American Dream mall in the Meadowlands, saying the agency engaged...

    NJ Group Files Action To Block $1.15B Meadowlands Bond Sale

    EDITING - A New Jersey non-profit filed legal action Tuesday to block the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority from issuing $1.15 billion in bonds to pay for construction of the unfinished American Dream mall in the Meadowlands, saying the agency...

    Nixon Peabody Mistakes Cost Them $8M, Business Trio Says

    Three partners who sold their medical monitoring business with the help of Nixon Peabody LLP sued the firm in state court on Friday, saying that an $8 million judgment won by the purchasers of the business was the result of shoddy legal representation...

    SDNY Cybercrime Chief Joins Sullivan & Cromwell

    Sullivan & Cromwell LLP has added the Southern District of New York’s former chief of its complex frauds and cybercrime unit as special counsel in its litigation group, the firm announced on Tuesday. ...read more

    SDNY Cybercrime Chief Joins Sullivan & Cromwell

    Sullivan & Cromwell LLP has added the Southern District of New York’s former chief of its complex frauds and cybercrime unit as special counsel in its litigation group, the firm announced on Tuesday. ...read more

    SDNY Cybercrime Chief Joins Sullivan & Cromwell

    Sullivan & Cromwell LLP has added the Southern District of New York’s former chief of its complex frauds and cybercrime unit as special counsel in its litigation group, the firm announced on Tuesday. ...read more

    SDNY Cybercrime Chief Joins Sullivan & Cromwell

    Sullivan & Cromwell LLP has added the Southern District of New York’s former chief of its complex frauds and cybercrime unit as special counsel in its litigation group, the firm announced on Tuesday. ...read more

    SDNY Cybercrime Chief Joins Sullivan & Cromwell

    Sullivan & Cromwell LLP has added the Southern District of New York’s former chief of its complex frauds and cybercrime unit as special counsel in its litigation group, the firm announced on Tuesday. ...read more