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    Armored Truck Contractor Denied Move To Medical Prison

    The former CEO of a now-defunct military contractor that provided faulty armored trucks can’t transfer to a medical prison for treatment of his prostate cancer and can't shake a filing by prosecutors arguing that the jury rightfully convicted...

    Armored Truck Contractor Denied Move To Medical Prison

    The former CEO of a now-defunct military contractor that provided faulty armored trucks can’t transfer to a medical prison for treatment of his prostate cancer and can't shake a filing by prosecutors arguing that the jury rightfully convicted...

    Engineering Co. Blasts Tanzania's Bid To Nix $41M Road Suit

    An English civil engineering company Monday urged a D.C. federal court not to dismiss its $41.4 million suit seeking to enforce two foreign judgments against Tanzania over a road rehabilitation project, fighting the country’s claim of sovereign...

    Engineering Co. Blasts Tanzania's Bid To Nix $41M Road Suit

    An English civil engineering company Monday urged a D.C. federal court not to dismiss its $41.4 million suit seeking to enforce two foreign judgments against Tanzania over a road rehabilitation project, fighting the country’s claim of sovereign...

    Atty Must Appeal Sentence At Criminal Court, Panel Says

    A defense attorney who was sentenced to six months in jail after being found in contempt of court can only challenge the punishment before the Court of Criminal Appeals — Texas' highest criminal court — an appellate panel held Monday,...

    Pier 1 Imports' $3.5M 'Flex Shift' Deal Gets Initial OK

    A California federal judge on Monday approved class certification for employees of Pier 1 Imports, simultaneously granting preliminary approval of a $3.5 million settlement that reimburses them for hours they spent working without pay while checking in...

    $100M M&G DIP Cleared Over Lienholder, Trustee Objections

    Bankrupt global plastics supplier M&G USA Corp. secured final Delaware court approval Tuesday for a $100 million debtor-in-possession loan needed to keep its sale plan alive, over objections from Texas plant construction lienholders and the U.S. trustee's...

    NLRB Member Signals Shift On Grad Students As 'Employees'

    Republican National Labor Relations Board member Bill Emanuel said in an unpublished order on Tuesday that the board should review its 2016 ruling letting graduate student workers at private schools unionize, a day after the board’s new GOP majority...

    Turkish Banker Disputes That Iran Warning Made Him Nervous

    A former Obama administration official on Tuesday told a Manhattan jury that Mehmet Hakan Atilla, a Turkish banker accused of helping Iran dodge U.S. sanctions, was “taken aback” and “sweating” when directly warned against helping...

    Turkish Banker Disputes That Iran Warning Made Him Nervous

    A former Obama administration official on Tuesday told a Manhattan jury that Mehmet Hakan Atilla, a Turkish banker accused of helping Iran dodge U.S. sanctions, was “taken aback” and “sweating” when directly warned against helping...

    Turkish Banker Disputes That Iran Warning Made Him Nervous

    A former Obama administration official on Tuesday told a Manhattan jury that Mehmet Hakan Atilla, a Turkish banker accused of helping Iran dodge U.S. sanctions, was “taken aback” and “sweating” when directly warned against helping...

    Turkish Banker Disputes That Iran Warning Made Him Nervous

    A former Obama administration official on Tuesday told a Manhattan jury that Mehmet Hakan Atilla, a Turkish banker accused of helping Iran dodge U.S. sanctions, was “taken aback” and “sweating” when directly warned against helping...

    Mass. Vending Co. Owners Sentenced For Illegal Gaming

    The owners of vending machine company Four Star Vending in North Andover pled guilty and were sentenced for running an illegal gaming and money laundering scheme that netted the largest seizure in the history of Massachusetts' money laundering statute...

    Retailers Settle Claims Against Teikoku In Lidoderm MDL

    A handful of retailers, including Walgreen Co., Rite Aid Corp., CVS Pharmacy Inc. and Kroger Co., told a California federal court Tuesday that they have settled claims against Japanese pharmaceutical company Teikoku and a domestic subsidiary in antitrust...

    Retailers Settle Claims Against Teikoku In Lidoderm MDL

    A handful of retailers, including Walgreen Co., Rite Aid Corp., CVS Pharmacy Inc. and Kroger Co., told a California federal court Tuesday that they have settled claims against Japanese pharmaceutical company Teikoku and a domestic subsidiary in antitrust...

    Calif. Hashes Out Regs For Recreational Pot Legalization

    As California prepares for the legalization of recreational marijuana next year, state authorities are issuing emergency regulations and rules to usher in cannabis sales beginning Jan. 1. ...read more

    Calif. Hashes Out Regs For Recreational Pot Legalization

    As California prepares for the legalization of recreational marijuana next year, state authorities are issuing emergency regulations and rules to usher in cannabis sales beginning Jan. 1. ...read more

    DOT Escapes Enviro Suit Over Review Of Oil Spill Plans

    A Michigan federal judge on Tuesday granted a quick win to the U.S. Department of Transportation in a suit accusing it of shirking its responsibilities to review spill response plans for certain oil facilities, agreeing with the agency that the environmental...

    DOT Escapes Enviro Suit Over Review Of Oil Spill Plans

    A Michigan federal judge on Tuesday granted a quick win to the U.S. Department of Transportation in a suit accusing it of shirking its responsibilities to review spill response plans for certain oil facilities, agreeing with the agency that the environmental...

    DOT Escapes Enviro Suit Over Review Of Oil Spill Plans

    A Michigan federal judge on Tuesday granted a quick win to the U.S. Department of Transportation in a suit accusing it of shirking its responsibilities to review spill response plans for certain oil facilities, agreeing with the agency that the environmental...

    Fla. Gov.'s Measure To Make Tax Hikes Harder Advances

    A Florida Constitution Revision Commission committee on Tuesday advanced a proposed amendment backed by Gov. Rick Scott that would require the Legislature to reach a two-thirds supermajority to raise any taxes or fees. ...read more

    Fla. Gov.'s Measure To Make Tax Hikes Harder Advances

    A Florida Constitution Revision Commission committee on Tuesday advanced a proposed amendment backed by Gov. Rick Scott that would require the Legislature to reach a two-thirds supermajority to raise any taxes or fees. ...read more

    Split Del. Justices OK Denial Of $50M Drug Approval Bonus

    Delaware's Supreme Court narrowly upheld Tuesday a lower court decision that denied stockholders of the former Calistoga Pharmaceuticals a $50 million bonus payment for limited European Union approval of a new drug for one form of blood cancer. ....

    Split Del. Justices OK Denial Of $50M Drug Approval Bonus

    Delaware's Supreme Court narrowly upheld Tuesday a lower court decision that denied stockholders of the former Calistoga Pharmaceuticals a $50 million bonus payment for limited European Union approval of a new drug for one form of blood cancer. ....

    Ex-Trump Adviser Wants To Weigh In On AT&T Merger Row

    Former Trump administration campaign volunteer Carter Page asked a D.C. federal court on Tuesday if he could weigh in on the government’s challenge of AT&T’s proposed Time Warner deal, saying that he can provide unique insight into how...