An Oklahoma tribe suing Gov. Kevin Stitt for allegedly violating its gaming compact has urged a federal court to reject the state's bid for an early win, arguing that the government still refuses to ...
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected a California public safety advocate's challenge to a Ninth Circuit decision upholding the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission's plan for shutting down a ...
The widow of a doctor who committed suicide while stuck aboard a cruise ship during the COVID-19 pandemic must try to resolve her wrongful death claim against the shipowner through arbitration, a ...
The Tina Turner Musical" seeking coverage for COVID-19-related losses must go forward, a New York state judge ruled Monday, fully throwing out a Chubb unit's bid to escape the suit.
A South Carolina manufacturing facility delivering cables to a construction company outside the U.S. doesn't owe sales tax on the cost of delivery and production, the state Department of Revenue ruled ...
A California federal jury found Friday that Samsung doesn't owe damages for failing to fulfill Netlist's orders for computer memory products in breach of their deal, handing a win to the electronics ...
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced a $2 million deal with American Renal Associates Holdings Inc. on Monday along with a complaint that says the company and three former executives ...
The U.S. Supreme Court expressed skepticism Monday about reviving Northwestern University workers' proposed class action accusing the school of violating the Employee Retirement Income Security Act by ...
Law360 (December 6, 2021, 7:42 PM EST) -- A Georgia federal judge has refused to let an electronic nicotine delivery pipe maker amend a patent infringement lawsuit against tobacco giant Philip Morris, ...
A federal judge on Monday blocked lawyers for a state judge accused of obstructing a 2018 probe into New York City's Municipal Credit Union from asking the troubled lender's former general counsel for ...
A Colorado resident will keep at least $2.2 million in her Swiss bank account to cover U.S. penalties her husband faces over allegedly undisclosed offshore accounts, according to an agreement filed ...
Philadelphia Indemnity Insurance Co. must pay $5 million toward consent judgments that a transportation company paid to settle suits brought by wedding-goers injured when a specialized trolley flipped ...