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    3 Firms To Guide IPOs Totaling $629M Led By Large Bank Deal

    At least three firms plan to steer initial public offerings totaling $629 million during the first week of August, topped by the largest bank IPO in two years in an otherwise-small slate of companies going public during shaky times. ...read more

    PGA Tour Says No Bad Faith In Vijay Singh Suspension

    PGA Tour Inc. again urged a New York state court Friday to toss former No. 1 golfer Vijay Singh’s suit claiming it wrongly suspended him in 2013 after he told a reporter he used a product believed to contain a banned substance, saying it followed...

    PGA Tour Says No Bad Faith In Vijay Singh Suspension

    PGA Tour Inc. again urged a New York state court Friday to toss former No. 1 golfer Vijay Singh’s suit claiming it wrongly suspended him in 2013 after he told a reporter he used a product believed to contain a banned substance, saying it followed...

    Rival Tire Makers Demand Judgment Reversals In TM Fight

    OTR Wheel Engineering Inc. pushed a Washington federal court Thursday to reverse its finding that a tire trademark was gained through fraudulent means, arguing no reasonable juror could find fraud, while a rival in the trademark dispute claimed it should...

    EU Sets New Anti-Dumping Duties On Chinese Steel

    The European Union announced Thursday that it is imposing anti-dumping duties on more Chinese steel imports amid continued complaints from Europe and elsewhere of a glut of Chinese steel flooding world markets. ...read more

    Uber, Drivers Spar Over Paused 9th Circ. Arbitration Row

    Uber drivers on Friday pushed back against the ride-hailing giant’s bid to restart proceedings in a pair of Ninth Circuit challenges to the validity of its December 2015 arbitration agreement in closely watched class actions accusing Uber of misclassifying...

    Sony Iron Man Copyright Row Gets New Life At 2nd Circ.

    Sony Music Entertainment will have to face a lawsuit by the man who wrote the 1960s Iron Man theme song after the Second Circuit on Friday concluded the song’s ownership was disputed and revived the writer’s copyright claim over Ghostface...

    Sony Iron Man Copyright Row Gets New Life At 2nd Circ.

    Sony Music Entertainment will have to face a lawsuit by the man who wrote the 1960s Iron Man theme song after the Second Circuit on Friday concluded the song’s ownership was disputed and revived the writer’s copyright claim over Ghostface...

    CFPB Includes Co-Ops In Mortgage Disclosure Rule Changes

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Friday it has proposed several updates to its mortgage disclosure rule, to clarify certain parts of the rule and to aid with compliance, including by resolving issues related to housing co-ops, all while preserving...

    CFPB Includes Co-Ops In Mortgage Disclosure Rule Changes

    The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Friday it has proposed several updates to its mortgage disclosure rule, to clarify certain parts of the rule and to aid with compliance, including by resolving issues related to housing co-ops, all while preserving...

    SunEdison Plan Members Denied Bid To Revive ERISA Suit

    A Missouri federal judge on Friday shot down an attempt by former SunEdison employees to revive a proposed class action against company directors who the workers say violated the Employee Retirement Income Security Act by offering inflated company stock...

    Feds Slam Ex-Pa. School CEO's Strike Bid In Fraud Case

    Federal prosecutors have blasted the requests of a former Pennsylvania charter school CEO to have accusations that he violated campaign finance and ethics laws excluded from his criminal fraud trial, arguing on Thursday and Friday that evidence of the...

    Feds Slam Ex-Pa. School CEO's Strike Bid In Fraud Case

    Federal prosecutors have blasted the requests of a former Pennsylvania charter school CEO to have accusations that he violated campaign finance and ethics laws excluded from his criminal fraud trial, arguing on Thursday and Friday that evidence of the...

    Feds Slam Ex-Pa. School CEO's Strike Bid In Fraud Case

    Federal prosecutors have blasted the requests of a former Pennsylvania charter school CEO to have accusations that he violated campaign finance and ethics laws excluded from his criminal fraud trial, arguing on Thursday and Friday that evidence of the...

    Google Meets Italy's Demands On Data Use Practices

    Google received a pass on Friday from Italy's data protection watchdog, which had been monitoring the tech giant’s progress on changing the way it treats user data to fall on line with Italian laws. ...read more

    AT&T Says FCC Privacy Proposal’s Breach Plan Is Too Broad

    AT&T Inc. representatives have pushed the Federal Communications Commission to limit the scope of data breach notification requirements in its planned rules for broadband service providers only to situations where the information is legitimately sensitive...

    AT&T Says FCC Privacy Proposal’s Breach Plan Is Too Broad

    AT&T Inc. representatives have pushed the Federal Communications Commission to limit the scope of data breach notification requirements in its planned rules for broadband service providers only to situations where the information is legitimately sensitive...

    AT&T Says FCC Privacy Proposal’s Breach Plan Is Too Broad

    AT&T Inc. representatives have pushed the Federal Communications Commission to limit the scope of data breach notification requirements in its planned rules for broadband service providers only to situations where the information is legitimately sensitive...

    2nd Circ. Affirms Nix Of Ex-DHB GC's Suit Over $1.9M Fees

    The Second Circuit on Friday tossed a suit brought by the former general counsel of defunct DHB Industries Inc. seeking to recover $1.9 million in fees, saying he lacked standing to dispute certain fee awards stemming from a class settlement resolving...

    Enviros Urge FERC To Reconsider Extension For $683M Pipeline

    Environmental groups on Thursday urged the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to rethink its decision to give Constitution Pipeline Co. LLC an additional two years to build its contested $683 million natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania to New York...

    Enviros Urge FERC To Reconsider Extension For $683M Pipeline

    Environmental groups on Thursday urged the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to rethink its decision to give Constitution Pipeline Co. LLC an additional two years to build its contested $683 million natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania to New York...

    Enviros Urge FERC To Reconsider Extension For $683M Pipeline

    Environmental groups on Thursday urged the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to rethink its decision to give Constitution Pipeline Co. LLC an additional two years to build its contested $683 million natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania to New York...

    Enviros Urge FERC To Reconsider Extension For $683M Pipeline

    Environmental groups on Thursday urged the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to rethink its decision to give Constitution Pipeline Co. LLC an additional two years to build its contested $683 million natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania to New York...

    FCC ‘Tinkering’ Can’t Fix Prison Call Issue, Providers Say

    The Federal Communications Commission’s planned vote on raising caps on rates it approved for inmate phone calls last year doesn’t address the basic legal issues that have led the D.C. Circuit to halt the FCC’s actions three times, several call providers...

    FCC ‘Tinkering’ Can’t Fix Prison Call Issue, Providers Say

    The Federal Communications Commission’s planned vote on raising caps on rates it approved for inmate phone calls last year doesn’t address the basic legal issues that have led the D.C. Circuit to halt the FCC’s actions three times, several call providers...