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    Commerce Must Fix Chinese Co.'s 2 Different Tariffs: CIT

    The U.S. Department of Commerce must fix a mistake that pegged a 58.84 percent anti-dumping duty on a Chinese plywood flooring exporter that obtained a dumping margin of zero in another Commerce proceeding, a U.S. Court of International Trade judge said...

    Enviros Appeal Toss Of FERC Pro-Energy Pipeline Bias Claims

    The Delaware Riverkeeper Network on Thursday appealed to the D.C. Circuit the dismissal of its suit claiming that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's pipeline approval process unconstitutionally favors the energy industry. ...read more

    Enviros Appeal Toss Of FERC Pro-Energy Pipeline Bias Claims

    The Delaware Riverkeeper Network on Thursday appealed to the D.C. Circuit the dismissal of its suit claiming that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's pipeline approval process unconstitutionally favors the energy industry. ...read more

    Enviros Appeal Toss Of FERC Pro-Energy Pipeline Bias Claims

    The Delaware Riverkeeper Network on Thursday appealed to the D.C. Circuit the dismissal of its suit claiming that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's pipeline approval process unconstitutionally favors the energy industry. ...read more

    Enviros Appeal Toss Of FERC Pro-Energy Pipeline Bias Claims

    The Delaware Riverkeeper Network on Thursday appealed to the D.C. Circuit the dismissal of its suit claiming that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's pipeline approval process unconstitutionally favors the energy industry. ...read more

    Driver Says Updated GM Ignition Switch Part Also Defective

    The customer at the center of an upcoming bellwether trial over ignition-switch defects urged a New York federal judge on Thursday to rule that his vehicle had a manufacturing defect, saying the company has admitted as much — and that its admissions...

    Trump Campaign Rhetoric Surfaces At Immigration Ban Hearing

    President Donald Trump’s campaign promise to ban Muslims from the U.S. emerged on Friday in D.C. federal court, at the center of a challenge to the latest executive action on immigration, as a judge considered whether the statements should be considered...

    Foreign Surveillance Court Approves 1,700 Warrants In 2016

    The secretive federal court responsible for approving foreign surveillance requests either fully or partially denied 35 surveillance applications in 2016, while approving a little more than 1,700 applications, according to a report issued Thursday. ....

    Fidelity Sues Ex-Worker, Alleging Misuse Of Confidential Info

    Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC on Friday filed a lawsuit in New York federal court against one of its former employees and Citigroup Global Markets Inc., alleging that the employee, who is now working at Citigroup, is misusing Fidelity’s confidential...

    Fidelity Sues Ex-Worker, Alleging Misuse Of Confidential Info

    Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC on Friday filed a lawsuit in New York federal court against one of its former employees and Citigroup Global Markets Inc., alleging that the employee, who is now working at Citigroup, is misusing Fidelity’s confidential...

    Navajo Council Votes To Oust Housing Agency Board

    The Navajo Nation Council on Thursday approved an emergency bill to immediately remove the leadership of the Navajo Housing Authority, after council members and the tribe’s president accused the agency of mismanagement of federal funding for tribe...

    JPMorgan Pushed To Reveal Cybersecurity Code In IP Suit

    Patent holding company Intellectual Ventures on Thursday sought to force JPMorgan Chase & Co. to turn over source code for its cybersecurity software in New York federal court, reasoning that an expert’s testimony needed to be verified against...

    JPMorgan Pushed To Reveal Cybersecurity Code In IP Suit

    Patent holding company Intellectual Ventures on Thursday sought to force JPMorgan Chase & Co. to turn over source code for its cybersecurity software in New York federal court, reasoning that an expert’s testimony needed to be verified against...

    Dewey Prosecution Rests In Retrial, Defense Plans Unclear

    New York prosecutors finished laying out their fraud case Friday against two former executives of failed law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP, turning the focus to whether Stephen DiCarmine and Joel Sanders will take the stand in their own defense before...

    Dewey Prosecution Rests In Retrial, Defense Plans Unclear

    New York prosecutors finished laying out their fraud case Friday against two former executives of failed law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP, turning the focus to whether Stephen DiCarmine and Joel Sanders will take the stand in their own defense before...

    NY Rests In Dewey Retrial, Defense’s Plans Still Unclear

    New York prosecutors finished laying out their fraud case Friday against two former executives of failed law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP, turning the focus to whether Stephen DiCarmine and Joel Sanders will take the stand in their own defense before...

    Chinese Man Pleads Guilty In Carbon Fiber Smuggling Sting

    A Chinese man accused of attempting to purchase military-grade carbon fiber and illegally export it to China pled guilty in New York federal court on Friday, prosecutors announced. ...read more

    Chinese Man Pleads Guilty In Carbon Fiber Smuggling Sting

    A Chinese man accused of attempting to purchase military-grade carbon fiber and illegally export it to China pled guilty in New York federal court on Friday, prosecutors announced. ...read more

    Chinese Man Pleads Guilty In Carbon Fiber Smuggling Sting

    A Chinese man accused of attempting to purchase military-grade carbon fiber and illegally export it to China pled guilty in New York federal court on Friday, prosecutors announced. ...read more

    Grassley Probes FBI's EB-5 Fraud Allegations

    Sen. Chuck Grassley is launching his own inquiry into an allegedly fraudulent EB-5 investor center, requesting more information Thursday from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security about a California attorney and her father accused of helping fugitives...

    Grassley Probes FBI's EB-5 Fraud Allegations

    Sen. Chuck Grassley is launching his own inquiry into an allegedly fraudulent EB-5 investor center, requesting more information Thursday from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security about a California attorney and her father accused of helping fugitives...

    Grassley Probes FBI's EB-5 Fraud Allegations

    Sen. Chuck Grassley is launching his own inquiry into an allegedly fraudulent EB-5 investor center, requesting more information Thursday from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security about a California attorney and her father accused of helping fugitives...

    Apple Slips Suit Alleging Mac Pro Defects, For Now

    A California judge on Friday dismissed a proposed class action alleging that Apple Inc.’s 2013 line of Mac Pro computers contain defective components that cause them to freeze and crash, but gave the plaintiff leave to amend to clarify whether his...

    Lifelock Investors Take FTC Compliance Suit To 9th Circ.

    Lifelock Inc. investors urged a Ninth Circuit panel Friday to revive their putative securities class action alleging the identity theft protection company lied about its compliance with a Federal Trade Commission false advertising order, arguing a lower...

    Lifelock Investors Take FTC Compliance Suit To 9th Circ.

    Lifelock Inc. investors urged a Ninth Circuit panel Friday to revive their putative securities class action alleging the identity theft protection company lied about its compliance with a Federal Trade Commission false advertising order, arguing a lower...