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    States, Industry Urge 10th Circ. To Uphold Frack Rule Ban

    Four states, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and several other oil and gas industry groups on Friday told the Tenth Circuit it should not disturb a lower court ruling setting aside a federal rule for hydraulic fracturing on federal and Native American lands...

    States, Industry Urge 10th Circ. To Uphold Frack Rule Ban

    Four states, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and several other oil and gas industry groups on Friday told the Tenth Circuit it should not disturb a lower court ruling setting aside a federal rule for hydraulic fracturing on federal and Native American lands...

    Solar Panel Co. With $32M In Debt Hits Ch. 11

    California solar panel company Verengo Inc. hit Chapter 11 on Friday after its business footprint began to shrink and its liquidity position deteriorated to the point where it couldn’t make payments on its $32 million in liabilities. ...read more

    Solar Panel Co. With $32M In Debt Hits Ch. 11

    California solar panel company Verengo Inc. hit Chapter 11 on Friday after its business footprint began to shrink and its liquidity position deteriorated to the point where it couldn’t make payments on its $32 million in liabilities. ...read more

    Private Equity Firm Gores Is Sued Over Adecco Deal

    Staffing company Adecco Inc. sued an arm of the Gores Group in a New York court Thursday, claiming the private equity firm owes it $2.1 million from an acquisition deal. ...read more

    Private Equity Firm Gores Is Sued Over Adecco Deal

    Staffing company Adecco Inc. sued an arm of the Gores Group in a New York court Thursday, claiming the private equity firm owes it $2.1 million from an acquisition deal. ...read more

    Private Equity Firm Gores Is Sued Over Adecco Deal

    Staffing company Adecco Inc. sued an arm of the Gores Group in a New York court Thursday, claiming the private equity firm owes it $2.1 million from an acquisition deal. ...read more

    Private Equity Firm Gores Is Sued Over Adecco Deal

    Staffing company Adecco Inc. sued an arm of the Gores Group in a New York court Thursday, claiming the private equity firm owes it $2.1 million from an acquisition deal. ...read more

    Fla. High Court Limits Arbitration In Nursing Home Cases

    The Florida Supreme Court held on Thursday that nursing home residents can’t be bound by arbitration agreements in contracts signed with the home by family members, settling a dispute between several of the state’s appellate courts over the...

    Fla. High Court Limits Arbitration In Nursing Home Cases

    The Florida Supreme Court held on Thursday that nursing home residents can’t be bound by arbitration agreements in contracts signed with the home by family members, settling a dispute between several of the state’s appellate courts over the...

    PennEast Makes Route Changes To Controversial Gas Pipeline

    PennEast Pipeline Co. LLC announced seven changes to the route of its proposed $1.6 billion natural gas pipeline through Pennsylvania and New Jersey on Friday, saying that the alterations were made in an effort to protect the environment, but environmental...

    PennEast Makes Route Changes To Controversial Gas Pipeline

    PennEast Pipeline Co. LLC announced seven changes to the route of its proposed $1.6 billion natural gas pipeline through Pennsylvania and New Jersey on Friday, saying that the alterations were made in an effort to protect the environment, but environmental...

    PennEast Makes Route Changes To Controversial Gas Pipeline

    PennEast Pipeline Co. LLC announced seven changes to the route of its proposed $1.6 billion natural gas pipeline through Pennsylvania and New Jersey on Friday, saying that the alterations were made in an effort to protect the environment, but environmental...

    PennEast Makes Route Changes To Controversial Gas Pipeline

    PennEast Pipeline Co. LLC announced seven changes to the route of its proposed $1.6 billion natural gas pipeline through Pennsylvania and New Jersey on Friday, saying that the alterations were made in an effort to protect the environment, but environmental...

    Kuwaiti Sheikh, Geneva Lawyers Targeted In Forgery Probe

    A Kuwaiti sheikh and certain members of a Geneva arbitration boutique have been indicted as part of an investigation into an allegedly forged video connected to an arbitration stemming from a power struggle over who will be the next Emir of Kuwait, French...

    BigLaw Firms Shift Gears To New Leadership

    SECOND EDITING----SEP SUM BOX---WAIT FOR GRAPHIC---Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP on Tuesday became the seventh large law firm in under a month to announce a leadership swap in what some say may be a shift toward a new generation of law firm leaders...

    Texas High Court Takes Contractor's Exxon Drug Testing Row

    The Texas Supreme Court on Friday granted a request from ExxonMobil Corp. for review in a case brought by a contract worker who argues the oil and gas giant is responsible for what he says was the mishandling of a drug test by a third company. ...read...

    Shearman & Sterling Shakes Things Up With Nonequity Role

    Shearman & Sterling LLP attorneys have learned that the New York-based law firm is planning to overhaul its existing management structure, creating a nonequity partner role for the first time and consolidating certain practice groups, according to...

    Columbia Property Sells Denver-Area Campus In $122M Deal

    Columbia Property Trust, a real estate investment trust focused on office properties, said Friday that it has sold a three-building office complex in the suburbs of Denver to investment firm Angelo Gordon & Co. in a deal worth $122 million, as part...

    Potential Hawaiian Gov't Gets Path To Relationship With Feds

    The Native Hawaiian community will have the ability to establish a government-to-government relationship with the federal government under a finalized rule that was unveiled by the U.S. Department of the Interior on Friday. ...read more

    DC Circ. Urged To Rethink SEC In-House Constitutionality

    An investment adviser claiming the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s in-house judges require presidential appointment asked the D.C. Circuit on Friday to reconsider its decision rejecting his petition for review, saying the appellate court...

    DC Circ. Urged To Rethink SEC In-House Constitutionality

    An investment adviser claiming the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s in-house judges require presidential appointment asked the D.C. Circuit on Friday to reconsider its decision rejecting his petition for review, saying the appellate court...

    Mexico City Airport Project Raises $2B In Green Bond Offering

    The Mexico City Airport Trust, which is behind a multi-billion-dollar airport project in the city, priced a two-tranche $2 billion green bond offering on Thursday, the largest offering of its kind ever in Latin America, to help finance construction and...

    Activists Say Canada-EU Investment Court Guts Democracy

    European civil society groups have released a new report ripping an investment court system that Canada and the European Union plan to create with a pending trade deal, saying their purported reforms to investor-state arbitration don’t go far enough...

    Tobacco Cos. Slammed With $9M Verdict In Engle Trial

    A Florida jury on Friday hit R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. and Philip Morris USA Inc. with a total of $3 million in punitive damages in an Engle progeny trial over a longtime smoker's lung cancer death, adding to a $6.1 million compensatory verdict awarded...