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    Army Corps Says Pipeline Camp Cleanup Needs To Speed Up

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said in a statement Thursday that the cleanup of North Dakota camps used by opponents of the Dakota Access pipeline isn’t on track to be finished before the agency fully closes the camps on Feb. 22. ...read more

    Ex-Neurostar Investors Say Buyer Is Holding Onto Escrow

    Former securityholders of medical imaging device maker Neurostar Solutions Inc. said in a lawsuit unsealed Friday in Delaware Chancery Court that the company that bought the firm in 2014 is withholding more than $1.7 million of cash placed into escrow...

    Oakland's Justified In Banning Coal Shipments, Enviros Say

    A pair of environmental organizations filed motions in California federal court on Thursday, asking to intervene to defend the city of Oakland against a suit alleging it violated the commerce clause when it passed an ordinance aimed at preventing the...

    Oakland's Justified In Banning Coal Shipments, Enviros Say

    A pair of environmental organizations filed motions in California federal court on Thursday, asking to intervene to defend the city of Oakland against a suit alleging it violated the commerce clause when it passed an ordinance aimed at preventing the...

    Oakland's Justified In Banning Coal Shipments, Enviros Say

    A pair of environmental organizations filed motions in California federal court on Thursday, asking to intervene to defend the city of Oakland against a suit alleging it violated the commerce clause when it passed an ordinance aimed at preventing the...

    Oakland's Justified In Banning Coal Shipments, Enviros Say

    A pair of environmental organizations filed motions in California federal court on Thursday, asking to intervene to defend the city of Oakland against a suit alleging it violated the commerce clause when it passed an ordinance aimed at preventing the...

    Plaintiff's Lawyer Fights Reed Smith Atty's Sanctions Bid

    An employment attorney who allegedly said that a Reed Smith LLP partner was displaying "female energy" during a deposition pushed back against a bid to sanction him for his remarks, telling a California federal court Thursday there has been...

    Ocwen Inks $225M Deal Over Backdating Calif. Loan Docs

    Ocwen Loan Servicing LLC agreed on Friday to a $225 million deal resolving allegations brought by the California Department of Business Oversight that the mortgage servicer backdated mortgage payment notices and restoring Ocwen’s ability to service...

    Shopper Says Nordstrom Misleadingly Advertises Sales

    After one too many shopping trips at Nordstrom allegedly ended with the clothing retailer not delivering on its promise of certain advertised prices, an Alaska woman took action with a lawsuit on Thursday in federal court accusing the company of fraud...

    Time Can't Use Spokeo To Dodge Mich. Video Privacy Action

    A Michigan federal judge has refused to nix a proposed class action accusing Time Inc. of violating Michigan's Video Rental Privacy Act, ruling that the publisher's alleged disclosure of subscribers' personal data was a concrete injury sufficient...

    Time Can't Use Spokeo To Dodge Mich. Video Privacy Action

    A Michigan federal judge has refused to nix a proposed class action accusing Time Inc. of violating Michigan's Video Rental Privacy Act, ruling that the publisher's alleged disclosure of subscribers' personal data was a concrete injury sufficient...

    Partnership Audit Rule Freeze Causing Confusion For States

    A federal freeze on new and pending regulations is forcing states to delay introducing legislation to conform with a new federal law for auditing partnerships, leaving taxpayers with unanswered questions on if, when and how to amend their partnership...

    Snapchat's $3B IPO Leads Rebounding Tech Market

    Technology initial public offerings are poised to awaken from their slumber, according to findings of a new analysis by Fenwick & West LLP that point to positive signs that began around Labor Day, and experts say momentum can accelerate if Snapchat...

    Snapchat's $3B IPO Leads Rebounding Tech Market

    Technology initial public offerings are poised to awaken from their slumber, according to findings of a new analysis by Fenwick & West LLP that point to positive signs that began around Labor Day, and experts say momentum can accelerate if Snapchat...

    Iranian-Linked NY Property Issue To Go To Jury

    A jury should decide whether the majority owner of a tower in Manhattan knew its business partner was controlled by the Iranian government after 1995, a New York federal judge ruled Thursday, punting one of the issues that will decide whether the owner...

    Dentists Say Small Supplier Joined Price-Fixing Conspiracy

    A potential class of dentists on Friday shot back against arguments from a dental supplies company that it was too small to join three large suppliers in a nationwide price-fixing conspiracy, arguing in New York federal court that the allegations against...

    Dentists Say Small Supplier Joined Price-Fixing Conspiracy

    A potential class of dentists on Friday shot back against arguments from a dental supplies company that it was too small to join three large suppliers in a nationwide price-fixing conspiracy, arguing in New York federal court that the allegations against...

    Tax Trial Over Cable Co. Sale Hangs On Diligence

    A Kentucky family suing the IRS to recover $15 million in alleged tax overpayments and civil tax evasion penalties stemming from the sale of their cable company will argue in court that the penalties are unprecedented given their efforts to conform to...

    Tax Trial Over Cable Co. Sale Hangs On Diligence

    A Kentucky family suing the IRS to recover $15 million in alleged tax overpayments and civil tax evasion penalties stemming from the sale of their cable company will argue in court that the penalties are unprecedented given their efforts to conform to...

    Sessions' National Security Focus Will Fuel Privacy Fights

    Jeff Sessions’ record of favoring what he sees as national security interests over personal privacy rights indicates the new attorney general will likely take an aggressive approach to gathering digital data, and in doing so he will almost certainly...

    Sessions' National Security Focus Will Fuel Privacy Fights

    Jeff Sessions’ record of favoring what he sees as national security interests over personal privacy rights indicates the new attorney general will likely take an aggressive approach to gathering digital data, and in doing so he will almost certainly...

    Sessions' National Security Focus Will Fuel Privacy Fights

    Jeff Sessions’ record of favoring what he sees as national security interests over personal privacy rights indicates the new attorney general will likely take an aggressive approach to gathering digital data, and in doing so he will almost certainly...

    Scholastic Loses $3.3M Georgia Sales Tax Dispute

    Scholastic Inc.'s book clubs unit is still on the hook for $3.3 million in taxes and penalties after the Georgia Tax Tribunal found the company has too much of a “nexus” to the state to argue the commerce clause's reservations for...

    Union Pacific Can't Dodge Asarco's $482M Cleanup Cost Suit

    An Idaho federal judge on Thursday trimmed copper mining company Asarco LLC’s lawsuit seeking to establish Union Pacific Railroad’s liability for part of a $482 million environmental cleanup, but declined to toss the entire matter as the rail...

    Ex-NJ Atty, Dad Indicted For Roles In $13M Ponzi Scheme

    A former attorney and his father have been indicted on federal criminal charges in New Jersey for their roles in a Ponzi scheme that allegedly involved swindling more than 40 clients out of roughly $13 million over a three-year period, authorities announced...