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    Elbit Accuses Ex-Employee, Competitor Of Trade Secrets Theft

    A maker of helmet-mounted display systems used by military pilots told a Chicago federal judge Thursday that a former employee stole trade secrets for a competitor and used them to wrench away a lucrative foreign military contract. ...read more

    Elbit Accuses Ex-Employee, Competitor Of Trade Secrets Theft

    A maker of helmet-mounted display systems used by military pilots told a Chicago federal judge Thursday that a former employee stole trade secrets for a competitor and used them to wrench away a lucrative foreign military contract. ...read more

    Fla. Judge Hits Taser Rival With More Sanctions In IP Row

    Electrical weapons maker Phazzer Electronics was zapped with additional sanctions recently when a Florida federal judge found that its bid to stay his ruling granting rival Taser an injunction and sanctions in a trademark and patent infringement suit...

    Ex-Attys Ask For Way To Get Paid In $350M EB-5 Fraud Case

    Former attorneys for embattled Jay Peak ski resort owner Ariel Quiros asked a Florida federal judge Friday to modify an asset freeze in the $350 million EB-5 visa fraud suit against their ex-client to allow them to be paid. ...read more

    ITC Says Imports Hurt Solar-Makers; Trump Will Pick Remedy

    The International Trade Commission unanimously agreed with solar equipment manufacturers Suniva and SolarWorld on Friday that imports of foreign solar energy components had injured the U.S. industry, a finding that will allow President Donald Trump to...

    ITC Says Imports Hurt Solar-Makers; Trump Will Pick Remedy

    The International Trade Commission unanimously agreed with solar equipment manufacturers Suniva and SolarWorld on Friday that imports of foreign solar energy components had injured the U.S. industry, a finding that will allow President Donald Trump to...

    ITC Says Imports Hurt Solar-Makers; Trump Will Pick Remedy

    The International Trade Commission unanimously agreed with solar equipment manufacturers Suniva and SolarWorld on Friday that imports of foreign solar energy components had injured the U.S. industry, a finding that will allow President Donald Trump to...

    Tax Reform Is Not Americans' Top Concern

    Reducing federal tax rates on individuals and businesses is an “extremely important priority” for Congress according to one-fifth of recently polled Americans, but other issues are weighing more heavily on their minds. ...read more

    La. Intervenes In Case Over Red Snapper Overfishing

    The state of Louisiana asked a D.C. federal court Thursday to allow it to intervene on the federal government’s behalf in a conservation group’s suit over authorities’ decision to temporarily allow "overfishing" of red snapper...

    Honeywell, NRDC Urge DC Circ. To Revisit HFC Decision

    Honeywell International Inc., Chemours Co. FC LLC and the Natural Resources Defense Council on Friday urged the D.C. Circuit to reconsider an August decision to undo a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency rule to prohibit manufacturers from using hydrofluorocarbons...

    Honeywell, NRDC Urge DC Circ. To Revisit HFC Decision

    Honeywell International Inc., Chemours Co. FC LLC and the Natural Resources Defense Council on Friday urged the D.C. Circuit to reconsider an August decision to undo a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency rule to prohibit manufacturers from using hydrofluorocarbons...

    House To Consider Tax Relief Bill For Hurricane Victims

    Individuals affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria may be able to access their retirement accounts without getting penalized, and they may be able to claim bigger tax deductions for expensive property damage under a bill announced Friday. ...read...

    House To Consider Tax Relief Bill For Hurricane Victims

    Individuals affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria may be able to access their retirement accounts without getting penalized, and they may be able to claim bigger tax deductions for expensive property damage under a bill announced Friday. ...read...

    Rams Fans Want Info On Seat License Pricing At LA Stadium

    A proposed class of Rams fans whose season tickets were canceled when the team moved to LA asked a Missouri federal court on Friday to force the NFL team to hand over documents related to its discussions over pricing personal seat licenses at its new...

    FCC Inquiry Sees Contention Over Broadband Standards

    An FCC inquiry into the state of nationwide broadband deployment proved contentious as an initial comment period closed Thursday, with industry groups arguing that the government should count both fixed and mobile services in its analysis and set a certain...

    FCC Inquiry Sees Contention Over Broadband Standards

    An FCC inquiry into the state of nationwide broadband deployment proved contentious as an initial comment period closed Thursday, with industry groups arguing that the government should count both fixed and mobile services in its analysis and set a certain...

    Drug Cos. Behind On Safety Studies, Researchers Say In NEJM

    Drug companies aren’t submitting required post-approval studies for their drugs on time and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration isn’t being diligent enough in pushing them to do so or taking action against them, a group of researchers from...

    Enviros Sue To Stop Montana Gold Mine Near Yellowstone

    Environmental groups filed suit in Montana state court on Friday attempting to halt the first phase of a mining project being developed by Lucky Minerals LLC that involves exploratory drilling on private property 30 miles north of Yellowstone National...

    Enviros Sue To Stop Montana Gold Mine Near Yellowstone

    Environmental groups filed suit in Montana state court on Friday attempting to halt the first phase of a mining project being developed by Lucky Minerals LLC that involves exploratory drilling on private property 30 miles north of Yellowstone National...

    Enviros Sue To Stop Montana Gold Mine Near Yellowstone

    Environmental groups filed suit in Montana state court on Friday attempting to halt the first phase of a mining project being developed by Lucky Minerals LLC that involves exploratory drilling on private property 30 miles north of Yellowstone National...

    Banks Can Seek Fees In Dana Transport RICO Suit: Judge

    A New York federal judge on Friday said a group of banks, including PNC Bank and Wells Fargo & Co., can pursue a claim for legal fees and expenses against Dana Transport Inc., which had sued the banks for RICO violations but voluntarily dismissed...

    Banks Can Seek Fees In Dana Transport RICO Suit: Judge

    A New York federal judge on Friday said a group of banks, including PNC Bank and Wells Fargo & Co., can pursue a claim for legal fees and expenses against Dana Transport Inc., which had sued the banks for RICO violations but voluntarily dismissed...

    Banks Can Seek Fees In Dana Transport RICO Suit: Judge

    A New York federal judge on Friday said a group of banks, including PNC Bank and Wells Fargo & Co., can pursue a claim for legal fees and expenses against Dana Transport Inc., which had sued the banks for RICO violations but voluntarily dismissed...

    5 Firms To Guide IPOs Totaling $1.25B As Deals Gain Steam

    Five firms are set to steer a busy slate of six initial public offerings that could raise $1.25 billion during the week of Sept. 25, led by private-equity backed chemical producer PQ Group Holdings Inc. and digital streaming pioneer Roku Inc. ...read...

    5 Firms To Guide IPOs Totaling $1.25B As Deals Gain Steam

    Five firms are set to steer a busy slate of six initial public offerings that could raise $1.25 billion during the week of Sept. 25, led by private-equity backed chemical producer PQ Group Holdings Inc. and digital streaming pioneer Roku Inc. ...read...