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    Fla. Appeals Court Affirms $35M Jury Award For Smoker's Kin

    A Florida appeals court affirmed a $35 million jury verdict against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. on Wednesday despite finding that a trial court should not have allowed a jury instruction requested by a lawyer for a smoker's family. ...read more

    Delta Won't Pay US Tariffs On New Bombardier Jets, CEO Says

    Delta Air Lines Inc. won’t pay the approximately 300 percent in tariffs that the U.S. Department of Commerce is seeking to slap on Bombardier Inc.’s new line of C-series commercial jets, the airline’s chief executive said Wednesday, vowing not to be saddled...

    Buchanan Ingersoll Hires Kirkland Pharmaceuticals Litigator

    Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC has expanded its litigation practice with the addition of a litigator from Kirkland & Ellis LLP whose past work includes “bet the company” cases involving the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and automakers’...

    Buchanan Ingersoll Hires Kirkland Pharmaceuticals Litigator

    Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC has expanded its litigation practice with the addition of a litigator from Kirkland & Ellis LLP whose past work includes “bet the company” cases involving the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and automakers’...

    Rocket Fuel To Pay $3.2M To End Stock-Drop Suit Over Bots

    A California federal judge on Wednesday approved Rocket Fuel Inc.’s $3.15 million deal to resolve a putative shareholder class action alleging the online advertising platform pumped its stock by lying about its ability to block value-draining robot traffic...

    Rocket Fuel To Pay $3.2M To End Stock-Drop Suit Over Bots

    A California federal judge on Wednesday approved Rocket Fuel Inc.’s $3.15 million deal to resolve a putative shareholder class action alleging the online advertising platform pumped its stock by lying about its ability to block value-draining robot traffic...

    Preparing For NYC's New Salary History Law

    Recent guidance from the New York City Commission on Human Rights clarifies several aspects of the city's new salary history law that takes effect this month, including its application in the context of corporate acquisitions, say attorneys with Cleary...

    Preparing For NYC's New Salary History Law

    Recent guidance from the New York City Commission on Human Rights clarifies several aspects of the city's new salary history law that takes effect this month, including its application in the context of corporate acquisitions, say attorneys with Cleary...

    Preparing For NYC's New Salary History Law

    Recent guidance from the New York City Commission on Human Rights clarifies several aspects of the city's new salary history law that takes effect this month, including its application in the context of corporate acquisitions, say attorneys with Cleary...

    Sen. McConnell Pushes To Speed Judicial Picks Amid Pressure

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has moved to up the pace of putting President Donald Trump’s picks on the federal bench this week in the face of increasing pressure from his caucus and outside conservative groups. ...read more

    Sen. McConnell Pushes To Speed Judicial Picks Amid Pressure

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has moved to up the pace of putting President Donald Trump’s picks on the federal bench this week in the face of increasing pressure from his caucus and outside conservative groups. ...read more

    AGs Tell Experian, TransUnion To Halt Fees Post Equifax

    Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan led a coalition of 37 attorneys general Tuesday urging Experian and TransUnion to stop charging fees to consumers seeking to put a credit freeze on their accounts following the massive Equifax data breach. ...read...

    AGs Tell Experian, TransUnion To Halt Fees Post Equifax

    Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan led a coalition of 37 attorneys general Tuesday urging Experian and TransUnion to stop charging fees to consumers seeking to put a credit freeze on their accounts following the massive Equifax data breach. ...read...

    AGs Tell Experian, TransUnion To Halt Fees Post Equifax

    Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan led a coalition of 37 attorneys general Tuesday urging Experian and TransUnion to stop charging fees to consumers seeking to put a credit freeze on their accounts following the massive Equifax data breach. ...read...

    AGs Tell Experian, TransUnion To Halt Fees Post Equifax

    Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan led a coalition of 37 attorneys general Tuesday urging Experian and TransUnion to stop charging fees to consumers seeking to put a credit freeze on their accounts following the massive Equifax data breach. ...read...

    AGs Tell Experian, TransUnion To Halt Fees Post Equifax

    Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan led a coalition of 37 attorneys general Tuesday urging Experian and TransUnion to stop charging fees to consumers seeking to put a credit freeze on their accounts following the massive Equifax data breach. ...read...

    FERC's Southwest Grid Plan OK Discriminatory, D.C. Circ. Told

    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission essentially gave away the farm by letting two utilities into Southwest Power Pool Inc.'s transmission footprint without having to pay certain facility costs, Kansas utility regulators complained to a D.C. Circuit...

    FERC's Southwest Grid Plan OK Discriminatory, D.C. Circ. Told

    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission essentially gave away the farm by letting two utilities into Southwest Power Pool Inc.'s transmission footprint without having to pay certain facility costs, Kansas utility regulators complained to a D.C. Circuit...

    Ex-Owners Of Army Contractor Sentenced For $6M Fraud

    Two brothers who once owned a Pennsylvania company that makes accessories for military vehicles have been sentenced to 24 and 30 months in prison and ordered to pay fines totaling $800,000 for defrauding the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department...

    Ex-Owners Of Army Contractor Sentenced For $6M Fraud

    Two brothers who once owned a Pennsylvania company that makes accessories for military vehicles have been sentenced to 24 and 30 months in prison and ordered to pay fines totaling $800,000 for defrauding the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department...

    Ex-Owners Of Army Contractor Sentenced For $6M Fraud

    Two brothers who once owned a Pennsylvania company that makes accessories for military vehicles have been sentenced to 24 and 30 months in prison and ordered to pay fines totaling $800,000 for defrauding the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department...

    Rail Shippers Denied Cert. In Fuel Surcharge Antitrust Row

    A group of rail shippers lost their bid for class certification in long-running multidistrict litigation accusing railroad giants of conspiring to fix fuel surcharges after a D.C. federal judge ruled Tuesday that there were still some individualized issues...

    Rail Shippers Denied Cert. In Fuel Surcharge Antitrust Row

    A group of rail shippers lost their bid for class certification in long-running multidistrict litigation accusing railroad giants of conspiring to fix fuel surcharges after a D.C. federal judge ruled Tuesday that there were still some individualized issues...

    CFTC Fines Dubai Trading Firm $300K For Alleged Spoofing

    A Dubai-based proprietary trading firm must pay a $300,000 penalty to settle allegations that one of its traders used an illegal tactic known as “spoofing” while trading in copper futures contracts on the Commodity Exchange Inc., the U.S....

    Tribe Bought Patents With Immunity Promise, Allergan Says

    The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe agreed to assert immunity during patent challenges and extend that immunity to Allergan Inc. in exchange for Allergan giving it ownership of patents protecting the dry eye treatment Restasis, the drugmaker said Tuesday after...