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NRA, LaPierre Found Liable For Misconduct In $6M Verdict
A New York jury found Friday that the National Rifle Association, longtime CEO Wayne LaPierre and two other exec...(read more)
With Interest, Trump Now Owes $454M For NY Valuation Fraud
Donald Trump owes New York state nearly a half billion dollars after a county clerk on Friday tacked on $99 mill...(read more)
Up Next At High Court: Social Media Laws & Bump Stocks
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments related to three big-ticket cases this week in a pair of First Amendment challenges to Florida and Texas laws prohibiting social media platforms from removing content or users based on their viewpoints, and a dispute over the federal government's authority to ban bump stocks.
CFPB Subjects Lender To Supervision In 1st Oversight Flex
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Friday that it has decided to require supervision for one of the nation's largest personal installment lenders, a move that marks the first time the agency has flexed its special risk-based oversight power over a company's objections.
Smirnov's Attys May Be Trying To Help Him Flee, Judge Says
A California federal judge indicated Thursday that counsel for Alexander Smirnov, the former FBI informant charged with fabricating reports that President Joe Biden and his son took bribes from a Ukrainian company, are trying to get Smirnov released ahead of trial "likely to facilitate his absconding from the United States."
'This Isn't MTV Unplugged': Guitar Banned At Supertramp Trial
A California federal judge on Friday denied a request by former Supertramp member Roger Hodgson to play his guitar on the witness stand in a trial over a songwriting royalty dispute with his former bandmates, saying it isn't relevant in a breach of contract case and that the trial "isn't MTV Unplugged."
FTC Rips H&R Block's 'Deceptive' Marketing, 'Coercive' Ploys
The Federal Trade Commission filed an administrative complaint against H&R Block claiming the tax preparation company deceptively marketed some products as "free" and "coerced" people to pay for pricier products, the government agency announced Friday.
Barclays Must Face Trimmed Suit Over $17.6B Over-Issuance
Barclays PLC and a number of its top executives must face a trimmed version of a proposed class action over a financial reporting error that led to Barclays selling more than $17.6 billion in securities over its maximum registered amount, a New York federal judge ruled Friday.
Yes, Justices Mainly Use Arguments To Talk To Each Other
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor confirmed Friday a common complaint from attorneys who've argued in front of her and her eight colleagues: The justices are most definitely using their questions at oral arguments to talk to each other, not the lawyers.
NCAA Can't Enforce NIL Restrictions Amid Suit, Judge Rules
A Tennessee federal judge on Friday granted a preliminary injunction preventing the NCAA from enforcing its ban on name, image and likeness compensation for athletes being recruited by institutions, allowing the schools to immediately offer NIL deals to recruits without punishment.
Trump Flags Thousands Of Calls, Texts In Fani Willis DQ Bid
As a bid to oust Fulton County District Attorney Fani T. Willis over her relationship with a prosecutor in Donald Trump's election interference case garners support, the former president pointed Friday to thousands of text messages and dozens of visits to back up the defense argument that the relationship began before Willis hired the prosecutor.
Woodside Selling 15.1% Stake In Aussie Gas Project For $1.4B
Australia's Woodside Energy said Friday it will sell a 15.1% stake in its Scarborough gas project to Japan-based JERA at a $1.4 billion value, creating a partnership that will help boost the project's development while creating opportunities for further collaboration.
Great Scott! NBCUniversal Can't Beat DeLorean TM Claim
NBCUniversal Media cannot escape a trademark infringement claim in a dispute over royalty payments for its use of the iconic DeLorean DMC-12 sports car on "Back to the Future" merchandise, a California federal judge ruled Thursday.
Stressful Atty Work Can Warrant Disability Pay, Judge Says
A Virginia federal judge held Wednesday that a cybersecurity attorney whose doctors advised that he stop working after heart surgery shouldn't have had his long-term disability benefits claim denied, ruling that a life insurance company ignored evidence that his job was highly stressful and that stress could be dangerous.
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