LexisNexis® Legal Newsroom
    Greenberg Traurig Pays $9.8M To Settle Lender's Claims

    Greenberg Traurig LLP has agreed to pay $9.75 million to settle malpractice claims over its work for defunct loan originator and Ponzi scheme vehicle Mortgages Ltd. more than a decade ago, provided an Arizona bankruptcy court signs off on the deal. ....

    Financier Named In 'Frivolous' Fox News Suit Seeks Sanctions

    A wealthy Trump supporter accused of pushing a bogus murder conspiracy story on Fox News asked a Manhattan federal judge Tuesday to impose sanctions against a private investigator at the center of the dispute and his attorney for filing a frivolous lawsuit...

    Financier Named In 'Frivolous' Fox News Suit Seeks Sanctions

    A wealthy Trump supporter accused of pushing a bogus murder conspiracy story on Fox News asked a Manhattan federal judge Tuesday to impose sanctions against a private investigator at the center of the dispute and his attorney for filing a frivolous lawsuit...

    Financier Named In 'Frivolous' Fox News Suit Seeks Sanctions

    A wealthy Trump supporter accused of pushing a bogus murder conspiracy story on Fox News asked a Manhattan federal judge Tuesday to impose sanctions against a private investigator at the center of the dispute and his attorney for filing a frivolous lawsuit...

    Why A Rare Tie Vote Doesn't Foretell Roadblocks At FTC

    Tuesday's decision to let Walgreens forge ahead with its $4.4 billion acquisition of nearly 2,000 Rite Aid stores highlights the inherent risk of leaving the Federal Trade Commission with just two top decision makers, but the split's rarity underscores...

    Why A Rare Tie Vote Doesn't Foretell Roadblocks At FTC

    Tuesday's decision to let Walgreens forge ahead with its $4.4 billion acquisition of nearly 2,000 Rite Aid stores highlights the inherent risk of leaving the Federal Trade Commission with just two top decision makers, but the split's rarity underscores...

    Why A Rare Tie Vote Doesn't Foretell Roadblocks At FTC

    Tuesday's decision to let Walgreens forge ahead with its $4.4 billion acquisition of nearly 2,000 Rite Aid stores highlights the inherent risk of leaving the Federal Trade Commission with just two top decision makers, but the split's rarity underscores...

    Why A Rare Tie Vote Doesn't Foretell Roadblocks At FTC

    Tuesday's decision to let Walgreens forge ahead with its $4.4 billion acquisition of nearly 2,000 Rite Aid stores highlights the inherent risk of leaving the Federal Trade Commission with just two top decision makers, but the split's rarity underscores...

    You Can Send A Cease-And-Desist And Not Be Jerk About It

    In-house lawyers at Netflix won the company praise this week with a charming cease-and-desist letter they sent to an unauthorized “Stranger Things”-themed pop-up bar, reminding trademark attorneys everywhere that doom-and-gloom boilerplate...

    9th Circ. Upholds Amazon's Win In List-Price Class Action

    A Ninth Circuit panel Tuesday affirmed a lower court’s use of Washington law when it dismissed an Amazon shopper’s putative class action over alleged inflation of comparative discounts, rejecting the shopper’s argument that California...

    Gordon Ramsay Must Give Up Docs On Caesar's Restaurants

    An Illinois bankruptcy judge Wednesday ordered celebrity British chef Gordon Ramsay to turn over documents covering plans for restaurants with Caesar’s, saying that the television personality is at the center of a dispute involving the casino giant...

    Celeb Chef Must Turn Over Docs On Caesar's Restaurants

    An Illinois bankruptcy judge Wednesday ordered celebrity British chef Gordon Ramsay to turn over documents covering plans for restaurants with Caesar’s, saying that the television personality is at the center of a dispute involving the casino giant...

    Rolls-Royce Wants FCA Claims Tossed, Atty DQ'd

    Rolls-Royce North America Inc. told a Texas federal court Tuesday that a former consultant accusing the company of improperly billing the U.S. Air Force for uncertified parts from crashed aircraft has made too-vague allegations and that his counsel once...

    Migrants Coerced, Denied Rights At US-Mexico Border: Report

    The American Immigration Council published a report Wednesday indicating that immigration authorities regularly fail to inform Mexican migrants at the U.S. southern border of their rights, coerce those in custody and neglect to supply them with their...

    Confusion Over Twins Leads To FCRA Suit Against Avis

    A case of mistaken identity cost a woman a job at car rental company Avis after a background check turned up an “extensive criminal history” that actually belonged to her twin brother, according to a Fair Credit Reporting Act proposed class...

    Confusion Over Twins Leads To FCRA Suit Against Avis

    A case of mistaken identity cost a woman a job at car rental company Avis after a background check turned up an “extensive criminal history” that actually belonged to her twin brother, according to a Fair Credit Reporting Act proposed class...

    Pa. County Didn't Willfully Flout FLSA, 3rd Circ. Says

    The Third Circuit ruled Wednesday that Pennsylvania’s Lackawanna County didn’t willfully violate the Fair Labor Standards Act when it failed to pay overtime to workers who performed multiple part-time jobs, saying that testimony from county...

    Pa. County Didn't Willfully Flout FLSA, 3rd Circ. Says

    The Third Circuit ruled Wednesday that Pennsylvania’s Lackawanna County didn’t willfully violate the Fair Labor Standards Act when it failed to pay overtime to workers who performed multiple part-time jobs, saying that testimony from county...

    2nd Circ. Overturns Ex-DHB CEO’s Restitution, Keeps Bail

    The Second Circuit on Wednesday vacated a securities fraud conviction against the deceased former CEO of military body armor maker DHB Industries Inc. and let his estate off the hook for $91 million in restitution, but found his family can’t get...

    2nd Circ. Overturns Ex-DHB CEO’s Restitution, Keeps Bail

    The Second Circuit on Wednesday vacated a securities fraud conviction against the deceased former CEO of military body armor maker DHB Industries Inc. and let his estate off the hook for $91 million in restitution, but found his family can’t get...

    Bally Slots Owner Drops $628M On Gambling Software Co.

    Gambling product provider Scientific Games Corp., which owns slot machine maker Bally Technologies Inc., has struck a deal to scoop up digital gambling software company NYX Gaming Group Ltd. for roughly $628.3 million to create a digital gambling and...

    Bally Slots Owner Drops $628M On Gambling Software Co.

    Gambling product provider Scientific Games Corp., which owns slot machine maker Bally Technologies Inc., has struck a deal to scoop up digital gambling software company NYX Gaming Group Ltd. for roughly $628.3 million to create a digital gambling and...

    White Collar 'Goes Dark' With Rise Of Secret Messaging Apps

    White collar suspects’ use of email and other electronic communications about their illicit activity has been a boon to prosecutors for decades, but the rise of encrypted messaging apps and other new technology may be a roadblock to Wall Street...

    White Collar 'Goes Dark' With Rise Of Secret Messaging Apps

    White collar suspects’ use of email and other electronic communications about their illicit activity has been a boon to prosecutors for decades, but the rise of encrypted messaging apps and other new technology may be a roadblock to Wall Street...

    White Collar 'Goes Dark' With Rise Of Secret Messaging Apps

    White collar suspects’ use of email and other electronic communications about their illicit activity has been a boon to prosecutors for decades, but the rise of encrypted messaging apps and other new technology may be a roadblock to Wall Street...